Planner Mary Pallattella worked with Grip Graphics to create a series of posters resembling the exterior of the Orient Express, which ran the length of the hallway just off the reception area.
Planners used videos of passing scenery—and audio of a train rolling down the tracks—to create the illusion of movement.
The steam locomotive bore an image of Polish Art Deco painter Tamara de Lempicka and Capital C's logo.
A tower of champagne glasses formed a Christmas tree at the entrance to the holiday party.
Cylinders wrapped around the overhead lights in the reception area featured black and white maps of Europe.
Vintage suitcases sat nestled beside a vanity in the room dressed as a sleeping car.
Gold bedding, leopard print pillows, and a black faux fur throw topped the bed in the sleeping car.
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