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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Where to Stay

From the rehearsal party on Friday night (April 29) at the historic Grant's Lounge to the big day the next night at the Cox Capitol Theatre, the Walden-Weatherford wedding is a weekend affair and a good excuse to spend some time in Macon.

There are three hotels within a short distance of all of the festivities taking place in downtown Macon, all generously offering discounted rates for Walden-Weatherford wedding guests.

The 1842 Inn is walking distance to and from the Cox Capitol Theatre and Grant's Lounge. It is also a stone's throw from Jessica & Jamie's house. The Inn's normal rate is $230 per night, but the Inn is offering a special rate of $169 (+tax) per night for guests of the Walden-Weatherford wedding. Thanks to hotel manager EJ Nobles for the discount and say hello to Miss Gloria and Miss Emma who will take grand care of you.

The Hilton Garden Inn is Jessica's hotel partner in the College Hill Corridor. The hotel is located at Mercer University, and it is minutes' drive to downtown's wedding festivities. They are offering a special rate for Walden-Weatherford wedding guests at $109 (+tax) per night and have a personalized reservation page set up to make booking easy. Just click HERE. Elizabeth, Jonathan and the other great folks who Jessica loves to work with in the Corridor will make sure you have a wonderful weekend staying with them.

The Macon Marriott City Center is the newest hotel in the downtown region. They are a quick minute's drive to the wedding festivities, and it is possible to walk. They are offering a special wedding rate of $89 (+tax) per night. We love their bar (especially their blueberry mojitos!) and restaurant in their beautiful lobby and you'll get the full downtown Macon experience staying there. Click HERE to go to our personal reservation page.

We recommend making reservations soon in case the blocks fill. Please shoot us an e-mail as you make your reservations so we know where you will be staying. E-mail us both at We also hope to have information on transportation options soon.

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