With the beginning of every new year there comes a period of reflection — a time during which we look back upon the highlights of the year that’s now behind us. Here at Chubb Hotel and Conference Center, 2016 was undoubtedly a year bustling with excitement, engagement and newfound connections. From an incredible new catering collaboration to life-altering conferences and dozens of stunning love story weddings, Chubb Hotel and Conference Center saw it all.
We’re beyond proud to share the story of longtime partners Eric and Michael, who, after 13 years together, will finally tie the knot with a wedding hosted at Chubb Hotel and Conference Center. In the first of a four-part series surrounding the ins and outs of their wedding planning, we highlight Eric and Michael’s engagement and how they came to choose Chubb to host their special day. Be on the lookout throughout the year as for more updates leading up to the big day!
At Chubb Hotel and Conference Center we work around the clock to make sure every guest has a quality experience. The secret to our wonderful service is our dedicated staff who make their job not only their business, but their pleasure.
We decided to sit down with one of those hard working employees to see what they think about working at Chubb Hotel. Today we talked with our very own Assistant Chief Engineer, Mike Doorly.
The holiday season is finally here! And this Thanksgiving we have a lot to be thankful for: our dedicated staff, our loyal guests, and of course our amazing event professionals.
With food and family as their forte, it’s no wonder why Thanksgiving is one of the biggest days of the year for our friends at Garces Events.
Before sitting down for our family meals we sat with some of the team to talk turkey, traditions and Chubb Hotel.
We’ve all been there. The quarterly meeting is meant to be productive, but your message is lost on the crowd thanks to faulty connections, fumbled connector cables and endless loading icons.
Sometimes, it can seem like Murphy’s Law has a special vendetta for conference technology. But at Chubb Hotel, we’re committed to working with innovative, high-tech equipment that’ll make your meeting go smoother than ever. Here are some of our capabilities.
It’s your big day. The vows were perfect, the dress was stunning, and the entire ceremony went without a hitch. Finally, you can relax and let loose at the reception, where you have a fantastic meal to look forward to as the party begins.
That’s where Garces Events comes in.
With several customizable menus and the genius of Culinary Director Adam DeLosso, Garces Events will make sure that your special day will be everything you wanted and more. With an award winning chef behind it all, the only thing you have to worry about is how you’re going to narrow down your favorites.
Need a little help getting started? Here’s a preview of a wedding day menu that’s hopefully get you inspired!
We love helping our guests’ visions come to life. Whether that be an enlightening conference, or the dream wedding you’ve pictured since childhood, Chubb Hotel is here for you. Over the years, our spaces have hosted many stunning and unique events. One of our recent favorites was a Bat Mitzvah reception that we hosted in May.
We could go on gushing about the décor alone, but that wouldn’t do this Enchanted Forest justice. Instead let us show you.
Wedding movies — they’ll never go out of style.
Whether you watch after your engagement because you’re high on excitement or with your bridal party while pampering the night before the big day, these funny, feel-good and sometimes disastrous wedding tales are the perfect way to relax before the festivities. From romantic moments to love triangle drama, here are our favorite wedding films.
Will getting down to business or celebrating a loved one’s wedding bring you to Chubb Hotel & Conference Center this summer?
If you’ve never had the pleasure of spending time in our neck of the woods, we know you’ll enjoy your stay because of our gorgeous property and the multitude of attractions in Montgomery County. As you probably know, though, we’re also pretty close to a major metropolis: Philadelphia.