Park Hyatt’s ‘American Style’ Presidential Package

Staying in the Presidential Suite sounds like a grand idea for a Presidential Inauguration — especially if it’s at the Park Hyatt for its just-announced American Style package, a four night, all-inclusive premiere package for living a little luxury inaugural Americana… for just $57,000.

From January 18 – 22, 2013, the candidate who’s got the cash will stay in American Style, enjoying accommodations, food, fashion and other pamperings while in DC to see the sights, soirees, and the 57th President’s swearing in.

The experience starts with the penthouse Presidential suite — personal butler included — boasting a king bedroom, living room with separate sitting area, baby grand piano, executive work desk (with high-speed Internet), dining room, wet bar, walk-in rain shower — plus a travertine carved stone tub and a dedicated bath butler to draw your soothing suds.

Stylists from Saks Fifth Avenue Tysons Galleria will fill the suite’s wardrobe with sweet wears, all handpicked to guests’ personal preferences, and all available for charge at check-out should they choose to go out in these garments to any of the week’s special soirees… like a VIP backstage tour and box seats at a live performance of the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center, included in the package.

And this experience is equally about dining as it is about American dreaming: Start with a signed magnum bottle of Park Hyatt’s exclusively made Jed Steele Winery CabFranc, invite up to 12 friends for an in-suite tasting of charcuterie and artisanal cheeses, and then head down to the Blue Duck Tavern‘s celebrated Chefs Table (upon availability) for a five-course menu specially written using fresh ingredients from regional farms to create the President-elect’s favorite dishes.

Spa pampering, airport transfers and daily sedan transportation are just cherries on the top of this travel deal.  Not to mention American Style’s 57th heaven helps a hero; The Park Hyatt will also present a portion of the package’s sale to the USO.