martes, 27 de septiembre de 2011

One option in Chicago Illinois

Here's one Hotel if you want to visit America’s first planetarium, opened in 1930!. BEST WESTERN Grant Park Hotel
You'll be within walking distance of the Shedd Aquarium, the Field Museum, the Art Institute and the magnificent Buckingham Fountain. McCormick Place, Soldier Field (Home to Chicago Bears) and the Loop commercial district are only blocks away. The summer festivals in Grant Park and the attractions at Navy Pier are close by. Everything Chicago is known for: great restaurants, music from blues to jazz. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Grant Park Petrillo Bandshell are just steps away. Shop the Magnificent Mile. Public transportation is conveniently nearby. Our friendly staff can help you find maps and resources, so you can make your trip more memorable and worth repeating.


 Hotel Information:
Number of Guest Rooms: 172
Number of Floors: 9
Check-In: 3:00 P.M.
 Check-Out: 12:00 P.M.
Currency: U.S. DOLLARS (USD)
Time Zone: Central Standard Time
Hotel Ratings: AAA-2 Diamond
Pet Policy: No pets allowed
Child Policy: Children 17 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.


20 comentarios:

  1. The hotel is pretty nice, but nothing spectacular. If i was at walking distance from Soldier Field, i'd rather go there than the planetarium. Come on, we both know it's more appealing.

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  2. I'd love to visit that building. America was the boss in the 30's and the constructions from that era are amazing. Thanks for the post.

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  3. I like it, but I can't go to the USA. :(

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  4. This is a great blogging idea; following, mate! :)

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  5. Looks alright, I guess. Wouldn't spend much time in there anyway, given everything that surrounds it.

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  6. To Tipotas right american buildings from the 30's are awesome!

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  7. So it used to be a planetarium? That is pretty cool, but if they don't have much other old stuff in it, I hope they don't charge more!

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  8. oooh. I love traveling, so I would like to visit one of these planetariums some day. :) thanks for your comment. I support you $$$

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  9. i'm going to Chicago next year to see my Cubs in person, what's a good hotel to stay there/

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  12. It doesn't look like anything special :o

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  13. My broke ass can't afford to go anywhere! If I hit the lottery or something, I will be sure to check this place out.

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  14. Thats a very nice hotel. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. I love hotels. I don't know why, I just love everything about 'em. I've been traveling a lot lately, and am always looking for nice places to stay at.

    Nice blog, followed!

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  16. I was thinking of going here for my next vacation..I think you sealed the deal.

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  17. looks beautiful definitely worth a visit if you're traveling

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