at Long Island’s Harrison House
|Glen Cove, N.Y.
– June 17, 2005 – The Manor Club at Glen Cove has debuted at Harrison House
at Glen Cove, Long Island’s historic 55-acre estate located minutes from
New York City. The invitation-only membership club provides privileged
access to a host of world-class facilities and services at Harrison House
at Glen Cove, including spa and fitness, dining, business and social activities.
Inspired by English country houses, Harrison House at Glen Cove was created in 1910 as a retreat from urban life. Today, it is the preferred address for the area’s most exclusive social events, and its conference center hosts important business gatherings from local establishments to the Fortune 500.
“The Manor Club adds a new dimension to the community,” said Mike Czarcinski, vice president of operations, ARMARK Harrison Lodging. “It offers members a home away from home with top-of-the line accommodations, facilities and amenities.” The Manor Club features a members-only dining room as well as access to our spa and fitness facilities, provides area business executives the option of a convenient satellite office and it provides members the opportunity to house guests here. Additionally, members are entitled to preferred tee times at Glen Cove Golf Club.
The Harrison House is also home to the Harrison Conference Center at Glen Cove. The center features 25,000 square feet of meeting space, 27 dedicated conference rooms, an executive business center and 196 guestrooms, including 4 suites. With an additional focus on dining and recreation, the Harrison Conference Center at Glen Cove boasts The Garden room serving breakfast, lunch and dinner; private dining and themed events, The Pub for cocktails and snacks featuring game tables, a large-screen TV, billiards and table tennis, indoor and outdoor venues for corporate celebrations, a fitness center, sauna, steam and massage rooms, indoor and outdoor pools, bowling alley, lighted tennis courts, racquetball and nearby golf.
Located on 55 landscaped acres on Long Island’s Gold Coast, the Harrison Conference Center at Glen Cove is convenient to Manhattan and to the area’s major airports. Operated by ARAMARK Harrison Lodging, the property enjoys a picturesque country setting that provides the right atmosphere for social gatherings of all kinds and sizes. Its state-of-the-art meeting room technology, superior accommodations, outstanding cuisine and modern recreational and fitness facilities have received numerous awards and accolades for their excellence.
A limited number of memberships are available at The Manor Club at Glen Cove. For more information, log onto www.themanorclub.com. Inquiries should be directed to Craig Goldstein, director of membership, at (516) 674-2906.
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Middleton & Gendron, Inc.
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|Tom Nolan Promoted to Regional Vice President of ARAMARK Harrison Lodging / June 2005|
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|Jack Kealey, Senior Vice President of ARAMARK Harrison Lodging, Retires / March 2005|
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|Local Charity Comes Up The Winner In ARAMARK Harrison Lodging Super Bowl Wager / February 2005|
|ARAMARK Harrison Lodging and Joan Eisenstodt Identify Five Developments to Watch in 2005 / January 2005|
|ARAMARK Harrison Lodging’s Jack Kealey Named Recipient of IACC’s Mel Hosansky Award For Distinguished Service / April 2003|
|Mike Fahner and Greg Wier Named to Vice President Posts with ARAMARK Harrison Lodging / September 2004|
|Merrill Lynch Conference & Training Center to Retain ARAMARK Harrison Lodging Management, Undergo Improvements and Name Change to Harrison Conference Center & Hotel -- Princeton Forrestal Center / Aug 2004|
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