At the Chateau Grande Hotel, a new 108-room facility in East Brunswick, life is just that – grand.
Inspired by classical French architecture, this unique hotel offers luxury lodging and is the perfect destination setting for weddings, executive retreats and corporate events.
But that’s not all. Modern dining and catering offered by celebrity chef David Burke makes the Chateau Grande the “total package,” according to general manager Sam Calello.
“This unique and wonderful hotel offers a product unlike anything else,” he explained. “The partnership we have with David Burke has created a vital relationship between the hotel and restaurant that creates a world-class experience for our guests.”
The Chateau Grande offers two luxury balcony suites and six spacious Bridal Suites along with king and queen guestrooms. The rooms feature crown molding, chandeliers and beautiful hardwood floors that provide the perfect amount of luxurious modern comfort.
When you enter the hotel’s restaurant, Orchard Park, a few things will catch your eye, including the state-of-the-art open kitchen, a 1,500-bottle wine room and a pink Himalayan salt brick wall. Burke, a James Beard award-winning chef, is known for his inventiveness and savory mastery, making the restaurant and catering experience like no other.
Outdoor seating for Orchard Terrace is now available, allowing guests to enjoy warm summer nights surrounded by good food, fire pits and outdoor televisions on a spacious patio.
The Chateau Grande can produce and cater large and intimate events in its ballroom for up to 150 people. Its sister facility, the Park Château, conveniently located next door, can manage larger business and wedding events.
“The environment here is extremely versatile, world-class but very welcoming for all occasions, both business and social,” Calello added. “And if you just want to escape for a night, the Chateau Grande is the perfect place.”
Along with Burke, the hotel and catering partners include Joe and Barry Maurillo, Vito Cucci, and PJ and Pat Calello.
The Chateau Grande hotel is excited about its recent involvement with the Middlesex County Chamber and hopes to foster connections with local businesses, according to Calello.
“We are really looking to develop relationships and partner with local businesses so we can become a good community partner for the tri-state area,” he said.
To learn more about the Chateau Grande, visit www.chateaugrande.com.