The centrally-located hotel offers a true taste of Chicago with personalized service,
top-notch amenities and value-driven packages
Visitors to the Windy City can look forward to a host of new and exciting ways to spend their springtime and summer getaway in Chicago. The Palmer House Hilton, the country’s longest continuously operating hotel, is pleased to offer a diverse set of warm-weather packages this season. Conveniently located in Chicago’s Loop neighborhood, the hotel is within walking distance to Chicago’s famed cultural, business and shopping destinations.
With its $170 million restoration complete, the 1.7 million-square-foot Palmer House Hilton remains an icon, with its roots dating back to 1871. Combining modern amenities and old-world grandeur, the hotel features 1,639 beautifully appointed guest rooms, 44 deluxe suites, 10 hospitality suites and one lavish 3,700-square-foot penthouse. With something for everyone-girlfriends, families and couples -spring and summer package offerings include:
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THE PIERRE OFFERS $400 ONE-NIGHT PACKAGE
TO HONOR 400TH ANNIVERSARY OF NEW YORK
Available September 3: Classic Room & Continental Breakfast
In celebration of Henry Hudson’s discovery of New York Harbor 400 years ago, The Pierre on Fifth Avenue overlooking New York’s Central Park is offering a special September 3 rate of $400 for a classic room complete with continental breakfast. If your stay overlaps the date, you’ll also enjoy a $400 rate for that night.
While at The Pierre, you can toast to the anniversary with a classic cocktail in the hotel’s new destination bar and lounge, Two E, or take in a city-wide array of events and museum exhibits celebrating the Dutch age of exploration that resulted in the founding of New Amsterdam on what was then the island of Manhattan. Visit www.ny400.org to learn more.
Book the 400th anniversary night package by calling The Pierre toll free, 1-800-743-7734.
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