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Euro Splash Saturday Pool Party at The RoomMate Grace Hotel
Saturday, January 19th, 2012
The Grace Hotel Euro Splash Saturdays Pool Party
The Grace Hotel (DIP Aquabar and Lounge)
125 W45th Street
between 6th and 7th Avenues
New York City
Music by: Christian Jae
spinning Top 40, Hip Hop, R&B, House, etc
Vodka Open Bar from 10pm to 11pm
Guestlist without Pool Pass: Ladies free til 12am, $10 after on Eric Virgil’s guestlist. Guys $15 til 12am, $20 after on Eric Virgil’s guestlist.
Pool Pass: $20 for Ladies, $25 Men
Prepaid Pricing $15 for Ladies, $20 for Men.
Special Birthday Packages for parties over 10 people:
Special Discounted Prepaid Pool Pass. Link to set up for your party
Free Champagne (Gratuity not included)
Vodka Open Bar from 10pm to 11pm
Guestlist without Pool Pass: Ladies free til 1am, $10 after. Guys $10 til 12am, $15 after on the birthday list.
For Birthday Parties or general information, text Eric Virgil at 917-664-2686, email email@example.com or go to www.ericvirgil.com
Seems like event promoter Eric Virgil will be getting into Saturdays nights with a splash! The Grace Hotel known for its chic and infamous pool, would definitely add a twish in your weekend night out. Don’t forget to bring your bikinis and trunks! Finally your change to show yoru beach bod before summer in the Hamptons. Located in the heart of Times Square, you will be feelling the outside NYC madness but instead sipping on a cocktail poolside.
2 for $500 for Premium Liquor (1 Liters) tax and tip included before 12am.