History is Hott Lunch & Tour
The Palmer House Hilton's is offering a new interactive luncheon and tour series with Director of Public Relations Ken Price, a 28-year resident historian of the property.
The two-hour long historic luncheon and tour begins at 12:30 p.m. with a 45-minute lunch inside Lockwood, the property's modern American fare restaurant. A prix-fixe menu will be prepared featuring a salad and entrée along with the hotel's world-famous brownie and a glass of wine "to go" - serving as the ideal accompaniment for the tour afterwards. Guests will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with each other prior to the tour.
After lunch, guests will meet Ken for a 45-minute tour featuring the historic hotel's art-deco lobby, grand ballrooms, guestrooms and vintage artifacts showcased throughout the famed property. These sites aren't typically open to the public, so guests on the tour will have an exclusive insider view. The tour will conclude at 2 p.m. and participants will each receive a commemorate gift that embodies the true spirit of the hotel.
Reservations are $55 per person and need to be made 24-hours in advance. Tours will be offered Tuesday through Saturday and are subject to availability.