HOOVER, AL--(Marketwired - Aug 29, 2016) - As jazz enthusiasts get ready to groove to the cool beats of the Sept. 17 Preserve Jazz: Over The Mountain Music Festival near Birmingham, the nearby Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa is rolling out the red carpet with two sizzling new VIP packages designed to welcome festivalgoers during the annual celebration.
Now through Sept. 16, 2016, guests who book the Preserve Jazz Package 1 are treated to a Friday night stay at the Birmingham, AL hotel on Sept. 16, breakfast for two on Sept. 17 and two festival tickets. The rate for this package is $279 plus tax. Meanwhile, the Preserve Jazz Package 2 includes accommodations for Friday and Saturday nights, two festival tickets and two tickets to the Renaissance Ross Bridge Sunday Jazz Brunch for $498 plus tax. Reservations are available online at www.preservejazz.com/hotel.
Tucked among the Alabama hills and a short drive from the vibrant restaurants, shops and sights of Birmingham, the Renaissance Birmingham Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa offers everything from a tranquil spa to championship golf and terrific on-site dining, as well as close proximity to local events and attractions. Guests enjoy picturesque resort views from private balconies, as well as luxury hotel comforts such as pillow top bedding, flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms and Aveda amenities.
Following the festival, the Birmingham luxury hotel will host a spectacular Sept. 18 Sunday Jazz Brunch from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Brock's Restaurant. Brunch will feature a beignet station, seafood gumbo, turtle soup, jambalaya, oyster pudding, croissant French toast with maple and strawberry syrups, zucchini frittata, smoked bacon, Conecuh sausage and much more. Omelets, eggs, pancakes and waffles will be cooked to order. For those not staying as part of the Preserve Package 2, the cost is $39 per person, $19.50 for children five to 12 and free for gests younger than five. For brunch reservations, please call 205-949-3029.
Now in its ninth year, the 2016 Preserve Jazz: Over the Mountain Music Festival welcomes jazz legend Cleve Eaton, who will be joined by Six Times Cool, Gerald Veasley, NOLA's Stooges Brass Band, Saxophonist Vann Burchfield, Guitarist Keith "Cashmere" Williams and Jazz Pianist Alex Bugnon, among others. The annual jazz celebration will be held in Hoover's Preserve neighborhood, a quintessentially Southern community just outside of Birmingham and a short drive from the Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa.
About Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa
A sophisticated sanctuary awaits guests of the Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa. Tranquilly situated in the pine-studded foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, this Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail's Resort Collection property was recently named one of the top golf resorts in North America by the editors of Golf Digest magazine and ranks as the fifth longest golf course in the world. The resort offers an ideal Birmingham business or vacation destination: The property's 248 guest rooms and 11 suites are designed for style, comfort and relaxation, featuring private balconies, crisp duvets, plush pillows and sleek bathrooms. Sample innovative Mediterranean entrees at Brock's or classic American cuisine at The Clubhouse, while JT's Lounge offers handcrafted martinis and delectable light fare. Recreational opportunities abound, from the property's on-site fitness center, whirlpool and indoor and outdoor saltwater pools, as well as outdoor water slide and separate children's pool, biking trail, jogging/fitness trail, tennis courts and badminton on the resort lawn. Paired with bagpipers at sunset, the world-class Spa at Ross Bridge and more than 18,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space, the Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa presents an unforgettable getaway. Start planning your stay today!