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Trump Says You Don't Have To Be In London To Crash The Royal Wedding

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January 18, 2011 at 10:14 AM | by | ()

Jean Georges

No stranger to big flashy weddings himself, The Donald--or one of his hotels, at least--has caught Royal Wedding fever. We don't know if Trump has entered the lottery to attend the nuptials of Prince Wills and Kate Middleton but let's just say if he isn't on the guest list, at least we know he'll have a place to watch the ceremony: Jean Georges at his own Trump International Hotel & Tower New York.

And you can, too--for a price.

Guests who book the Trump Royal Wedding Experience package will all enjoy a fancy breakfast at Jean Georges on the morning of Friday, April 29. That is, after a 'royalty-like' stay in a room upstairs the night before. Since we're beholden to whatever time is showing on Big Ben that day, attending the breakfast, will however entail getting up at the ungodly hour of 5 a.m.

But the reward? Scrambled eggs with caviar, and pains au chocolat!

No wedding--not even one screened on TVs placed strategically around a Michelin Three-Starred restaurant--is complete without bubbles, so sparkling mimosas will also be served. The event and breakfast will conclude by 9 a.m., at which point the hotel suggests guests might wish to return to their rooms for a nap. We suggest returning to your room or heading to a bar to digest every last detail of Kate's dress and veil, how bald William looked, and what Party Prince Harry might do at the reception to really celebrate the occasion.

In all seriousness, we are sure this will be a classy event: we have met the hotel's British-born general manager Suzie Mills, and know that she is a delightful Brit with exacting standards.

Other important bits if you're interested in this package: a 4 p.m. late checkout is guaranteed; guests will receive a piece of official Royal Wedding china commissioned by The Royal Collection; and it is available the night of Thursday, April 28 only. Rates start at $1,075 for a City-view suite.

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