New Year's Eve Heritage Jazz Age Package

The Omni Grove Park Inn
The Omni Grove Park Inn

Swing in to the new Roaring 20’s at The Omni Grove Park Inn with our New Year’s Eve Heritage Jazz-Age Package. Enjoy admission for two at exclusive events including the Monday night Comedy Show, Tuesday night Heritage Jazz Dinner featuring jazz quartet, Queen Bee and the Honeylovers and the main event, our New Year's Eve Speakeasy Party featuring Java, a full 9-piece band, and much more. All events are available for registered guests 18+ and each guest must hold a valid ticket/wristband. Package includes two nights of luxurious accommodations, The Art of Breakfast daily per registered guest, and valet or garage self-parking. Additional guest tickets/wristbands are available for purchase. To request seating with other parties at the Heritage Celebration Jazz Dinner in Heritage Ballroom or for our Kid's New Year's Party (ages 5-12) or Teen Festivities (ages 13-17), please call 800.438.5800 to speak with a reservations agent. Tables at the Heritage dinner can accommodate up to 10 people and groups larger than 10 will be divided. 1920's themed attire encouraged. All events are available for registered guests 18+ and each guest must hold a valid ticket/wristband. Please be prepared to present an ID upon request and please contact Concierge about arrangements for childcare options for guests under 18. Additional guest tickets/wristbands are available for purchase. To request seating with other parties at the Heritage Jazz Dinner in Heritage Ballroom, please call (800) 438-5800 to speak with a reservations agent. Tables at the Heritage dinner can accommodate up to 10 people and groups larger than 10 will be divided. The Art of Breakfast daily is available per registered guest. Subject to availability and blackout dates. Taxes and gratuities not included. Daily Resort Service Charge does not apply. Not valid for group or conventions and cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Minimum two-night length of stay. Must include the nights of December 30th and 31st.