Savor the Celebration




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If you are planning a full wedding reception with a ceremony, a rehearsal dinner or a farewell brunch, The Westin Cincinnati’s professional wedding specialists ensure all the important details are expertly handled so you can relax and savor the celebration.

The Westin offers fabulous wedding packages featuring delectable entrees, creative canapes, a four-hour open bar and pricing to accommodate a variety of budgets. Their skilled wedding planners can assist you in designing a wonderful package specifically for your event. 

“We picked the Fountain View Room for our reception space, and it really was beautiful,” says bride Corey Wirth. “It has a great layout and overlooks Fountain Square for a quite striking effect. I really can’t rate it highly enough. The food was fantastic. Our guest rooms were great. Well done, Westin!”

No matter which wedding package you choose, The Westin promises A-plus ambience, an attentive staff and fantastic food and drinks. 

What more could two people embarking upon their Together Forever journey desire for their special day?

 

The Westin Cincinnati is located at 21 East Fifth Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202. For more information, call 513.621.7700 or visit www.westin.com/cincinnati.

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