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Where has this Summer gone? Many schools are already back in session, Fall décor/costumes are out in the stores and low and behold even some Winter fashion!
That is why it is so important to not spend this upcoming Labor Day Weekend at home! There is just too much to see and do AND within a few months, it will be snowing! Well at least in the Midwest!
I came across this terrific deal at the Hyatt Regency Chicago!
The Hyatt Regency Chicago is ideally situated just off the Magnificent Mile (shopping, shopping and MORE shopping awaits!) and is steps away from the recently opened Maggie Daley Park. The hotel is the perfect place for you to stay if you are wanting to stay in the heart of the city!
Some of the complimentary amenities awaiting you are:
- 2,019 non-smoking guestrooms
- Hyatt Grand Bed®
- Wireless and high-speed Internet access (fee)
- 37-inch plasma television with remote control, cable movie channels, in-room pay movies
- Video messages, video account review, video checkout
- Individual climate control
- Electronic door lock with automatic deadbolt
- In-room laptop-sized electronic safe
- Turndown available on request
- Full bath amenities and hair dryer
- Coffeemaker with complimentary coffee
- Iron/ironing board
- iHome® alarm clock radio
There is so much to do near the hotel! You can either jump on the water taxi to head to Chinatown (which is a MUST visit) or to the Lake Michigan beaches, or you can check out the park or just spend some much needed getaway time together!
Rates start at $179 / night over Labor Day weekend. Reservations can be made online.
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