St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Chicago

Posted on  February 6, 2017

St. Patrick's Day Parade in Chicago

As the color green begins to invade the city of Chicago, natives and visitors alike know that St. Patrick’s Day is quickly approaching. This year, the festivities will kick off with the annual dyeing of the Chicago River, however the most anticipated event will begin at noon- the St. Patrick’s Day Downtown Parade.

 

The Main Attraction

On Saturday, March 11 the St. Patrick’s Day Parade will step off Columbus Drive at 12:00 p.m. This year will mark the 62nd anniversary of the Downtown Parade with the theme being “Irish Immigration: A New World of Opportunity.” As one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country, it’s a good idea to arrive early to claim your spot amongst the thousands of attendees. You can expect to see a wide variety of Irish floats and traditionally dressed dancers throughout the entire parade, something you won’t want to miss!

 

How it All Started

While the Irish population in Chicago had been growing steadily since the mid-1800s, the official celebrations didn’t take hold of the city until the 1900s. The first downtown parade was held in 1956 when the mayor at the time made it a city-wide event with reportedly 5,000 people marching, 29 floats and nearly 100,000 spectators. Today, Chicago is home to several St. Patrick’s Day parades and a green river, bringing in massive crowds to celebrate the Irish immigrants.

 

Other Events

If you just can’t get enough St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, there are still several other events that will be going on throughout the city. On Sunday, March 12 you can choose between the Northwest Side and South Side Irish parades, both stepping off at 12:00 p.m. Later in the week, on March 17 there will also be a St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at the Irish American Heritage Center featuring live music, dance, food and drinks. Tickets are $10 for adults, free for children and can be purchased online. Check out the complete list of St. Patrick’s Day events and activities here.

 

While planning out your week of Irish fun, don’t forget to consider a place to sleep! Only 15 minutes away from the parade location, the exceptional City Suites Hotel is the perfect place to stay after the St. Patrick’s Day festivities.

 

 

DETAILS

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Where: Columbus Drive, Chicago, IL

When: Saturday, March 11 at 12:00 p.m.

Admission: Free

 

WHERE TO STAY

City Suites Hotel   

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art Deco style. 933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL 60657. 773.404.3400.

www.chicagocitysuites.com

31st Annual New Year’s Day 5k Run/Walk

Posted on  December 2, 2015

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What better way to ring in the New Year than on healthy footing at the 31st Annual New Year’s Day 5k Run/Walk in Chicago? Located less than 2 miles from Broughton’s City Suites Hotel, get a head start on your New Year’s resolution and book your stay now!

 

About the 31st Annual New Year’s Day 5k Run/Walk

An estimated 1,500 people will grab their running shoes and hit the streets on New Year’s Day to participate in the first race of 2016. A favorite of fitness enthusiasts everywhere, this is the 31st year that the run has taken place in the Windy City. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Lake View Citizen’s Council: a non-profit neighborhood organization serving the Lakeview community. An after party will take place at Select Cut Steakhouse on N. Halsted Street. Highlights of the party include trophies and raffles prizes, along with a complimentary drink to those participants 21 years and older.

 

Runners are asked to register online before December 24th to receive pre-event pricing specials: Tickets for the 5k Fun Run/Walk are $25; increasing to $30 if you are interested in the Chip-timed Run. Breakfast options are also available for an additional $15 to your ticket price. All price options increase by $10 on the day of the race. If you are one of the first 1,500 runners to sign up, you are guaranteed a Sport-Tek technical commemorative long sleeve T-shirt, so don’t forget to register soon!

 

Pre-Registration and packet pickup will take place on Saturday, December 26 from 11am-6pm and Tuesday, December 29 from 4pm-8pm at Road Runner Sports. Event day registration starts at 9:30am at a location near Stockton and LaSalle Drives. See a map of the complete running course here.

 

 

Details

31st Annual New Year’s Day 5k Run/Walk

Where: Lincoln Park- Chicago, IL

When: Friday, January 1 @ 11am

 

 

Where to Stay

 

City Suites

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art deco style.

933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL. 773.404.3100

www.chicagocitysuites.com

2 More Reasons to Visit Chicago this Summer!

Posted on  July 11, 2014

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If you’ve read the  Innformer before, you probably know there is no shortage of things to do in Chicago. However, if you’re still not convinced, here are two more events well worth a trip to The Windy-City this summer!

 

Northhalsted Market Days

Date: August 9-10

Time: 11am to 10pm

Location: Northalsted street between Belmont and Addison

 

Northhalsted Market Days is a two-day street festival with live music, a fun atmosphere and plenty of refreshments. But, market days is not your typical street festival, it’s actually the largest street festival in the Midwest, spanning 6 city blocks! This year it will feature over 40 musical artists on three stages along with nearly 300 food and craft vendors. Some of this year’s most popular performer will include: Belinda Carlisle, Neon Trees and Karmin.

 

Located in the Boystown neighborhood of Chicago, Market Days is also notable for attracting a large number of attendees from the local LGBT community. Over 100,000 total attendees are expected this year.

 

Admission to the festival is free, but there is an $8 suggested donation with benefits going towards the Northalsted Business Alliance. For more information visit chicagoevents.com

 

 

Ravinia           

Date: Through September 20th

Time: Various

Location: Just north of Chicago at Highland Park,

 

Though it is technically the oldest outdoor music festival in the United States, calling Ravinia a “festival” is a little misleading. From the beginning of summer until the end of September Ravinia hosts a series of concerts at their outdoor venue every single day. A summer concert series might be a little more accurate!

 

Ravinia was first created in 1904 as an amusement park, with music just being one part of the entertainment. Since then music has turned into the main focus and over the last 100 years the festival has hosted such famous musicians as Louis Armstrong, Luciano Pavarotti, Frank Zappa, Willie Nelson, and Yo-Yo Ma as well as many more.

 

For more information, the complete summer schedule and to order tickets, check out www.ravinia.org.

  

 

WHERE TO STAY

 

Majestic Hotel

This hotel has lots of charm with its comfortable, delightful atmosphere of an upscale English manor, amidst the energetic city life of the bustling Lakeview neighborhood. 528 West Brompton, Chicago, IL 60657. 773.404.3499.

www.majestic-chicago.com

 

The Willows Hotel

The moment you arrive, you’ll feel the effortless charm of a French country home, accented by our 19th century-style furnishings and the warm welcome of our friendly staff. 555 West Surf, Chicago, IL 60657. 888.779.1904.

www.willowshotel.com

 

City Suites Hotel

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art Deco style. 933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL, 60657, 773.404.3400.

www.chicagocitysuites.com

Take a Bite out of the World’s Largest Food Festival!

Posted on  June 17, 2014

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Taste of Chicago 2014 is so much more than just a food festival. It’s a party, concert event, and all out celebration of everything great about the city of Chicago!

 

 

What is Taste of Chicago?

Taste of Chicago, like names implies is a food festival. This 5 day long celebration of cuisine includes the best dining options Chicago has to offer, the great atmosphere of Grant Park and world-class musical entertainment. The event lasts from Wednesday July 9th until Sunday July 13th .

 

Food Vendors

Obviously the food vendors themselves are the real meat of “Taste of Chicago” (pun intended). 3 types of vendors: five-day restaurants, pop-up restaurants and food trucks will be offering an extremely wide variety of food for guests to enjoy.

 

5-Day Restaurants

66 restaurants will be open for the duration of the festival providing a hugged diverse array of refreshments.

 

Pop-Up Restaurants

Pop up restaurants are vendors that will only be open for a limited time, a day or two.  So be sure to check out the Pop up  schedule to see what’s open when!

 

Food Trucks

What outdoor food festival would be complete without these portable vendors!

 

Food Prices

Food and Beverage tickets will be sold in strips of 12 tickets for $8.50 and restaurants will offer “Taste of” portions of items for $2.50 or less. Enabling you to sample a lot without getting too filled up!

 

 

Musical Performances at the Petrillo Music Shell 

Yes, food is the most important part of The Taste, but that’s no reason to underestimate the surrounding entrainment options guests will have access to. A variety of big name artists covering a wide range of musical styles will take the Petrillo Music Shell all week long during the festival!

 

Wednesday July 9th

AWOLNATION

 

Thursday July 10th

Janelle Monae, Gary Clark Jr.

 

Friday July 11th

Nickel Creek, Emmylou Harris, Parker Millsap

 

Saturday July 12th

Jeff Tweedy, Lucinda Willaims

 

Sunday July 13th

Aloe Blacc, The Wailers

 

Additional Entertainment 

The Pure Leaf Celebrity Chef du Jour will have feature daily  chef demonstrations by famous gourmet cooking experts. Tickets are $45 and showtimes vary from 5:00pm to 6:30pm

 

There will also be FREE musical performances at the festival’s Bud Light Stage featuring a diverse selection form rock hip hop and country artists.

 

History of Taste of Chicago 

Last year’s Taste of Chicago made a profit for the first time in 6 years, hopefully this year’s event  “Taste” can build on that momentum!

 

 

Useful “Taste of Chicago” Links

 

Details

 

When: July 9- 13

Where: Grant Park, Chicago Il.

Admission: Free to get into the festival, but separate tickets available for performers.

Information for planning your visit and FAQs

Photo Attribution By theo0023 from Tampa Bay , USA (Taste of Chicago) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0) or CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

 

 

WHERE TO STAY

 

Majestic Hotel

This hotel has lots of charm with its comfortable, delightful atmosphere of an upscale English manor, amidst the energetic city life of the bustling Lakeview neighborhood. 528 West Brompton, Chicago, IL 60657. 773.404.3499.

www.majestic-chicago.com

 

The Willows Hotel

The moment you arrive, you’ll feel the effortless charm of a French country home, accented by our 19th century-style furnishings and the warm welcome of our friendly staff. 555 West Surf, Chicago, IL 60657. 888.779.1904.

www.willowshotel.com

 

City Suites Hotel

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art Deco style. 933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL, 60657, 773.404.3400.

www.chicagocitysuites.com

Chicago’s 45th Annual Pride Celebration

Posted on  May 28, 2014

 

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The 45th Annual Pride Celebration showcases the diversity, culture, and vibrancy of the LGBT community right in the heart of Chicago.  The Celebration encompasses cheering crowds and parades of participants, which combine to create a unique experience.

 

Pride Festival

The Pride Festival from June 21st to June 22nd, will kick off the celebration.  This two-day festival will take place along the famed Halsted strip in Chicago.  The second part of the celebration, the world-famous Pride Parade is scheduled for June 29th, 2014.  The four-mile parade starts at noon, at the Montrose Avenue and Broadway in Uptown intersection.

 

The annual Pride Celebration commemorates the rebellion of members of the LGBT community that occurred at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village in New York City.  The rebellion was in response to a routine police raid that occurred on June 27th, 1969.  Exactly one year following the raid, on June 27th, 1970, a “Gay-In” was the official igniter of the current celebrations.  The Pride Celebration in Chicago started in 1972 and has grown to be one the largest and most well known events in the world.

 

Pride Parade

The Pride Parade is a celebration of June Pride Month and is organized by PRIDEChicago, under the direction of long time coordinator, Richard Pfeiffer.  The Parade organizers have announced there will be over 200 colorful floats, decorated vehicles, marching bands, and walkers during the parade.  The participants will represent community businesses, organizations, elected government officials and individuals. The 2014 official line-up will be announced closer to the event start date.

 

Grand Marshals for the Pride Parade have always been a “who’s who” of the entertainment, sports, and political industries.  The Grand Marshal for this year’s parade is openly gay, former NFL football player, Wade Davis.  Davis has played for the Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks, during his football career.

 

Both of the events are free and open to all ages.  A voluntary donation is requested at the entry gates, which will be used to support community programs.  Chicago Pride Parade parking passes are also available to ease parking for participants, but are extremely limited.  Other parking and transportation routes can be found on the Chicago Transit website.

 

For more information, tips, and news be sure to also visit the Chicago Pride website as well as the Chicago Pride Facebook page.  The Pride Calendar is also available on the website which displays all of the events occurring in Chicago for the month of June.

 

 

DETAILS

Chicago Pride

When: June 21st and 22nd (Festival) June 29th (Parade)

Where: Halsted Strip, Chicago (Festival) Montrose Avenue and Broadway (Parade)

Photo Attribution: AdamDixon at en.wikipedia [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html), CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) or CC-BY-SA-2.5-2.0-1.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5-2.0-1.0)], from Wikimedia Commons

 

WHERE TO STAY

Majestic Hotel

This hotel has lots of charm with its comfortable, delightful atmosphere of an upscale English manor, amidst the energetic city life of the bustling Lakeview neighborhood. 528 West Brompton, Chicago, IL 60657. 773.404.3499.

www.majestic-chicago.com

 

The Willows Hotel

The moment you arrive, you’ll feel the effortless charm of a French country home, accented by our 19th century-style furnishings and the warm welcome of our friendly staff. 555 West Surf, Chicago, IL 60657. 888.779.1904.

www.willowshotel.com

 

City Suites Hotel

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art Deco style. 933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL, 60657, 773.404.3400.

www.chicagocitysuites.com

National Restaurant Association Show 2014

Posted on  April 21, 2014

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If you work in the food or lodging industry you need to attend the National Restaurant Association Show 2014. The NRA show is the best way to connect and network with industry professionals, learn about the latest food service developments and fulfill your needs with a vendor. This year’s show will take place from May 17-20 at McCormick place in Chicago.

 

Who should attend? 

Over 60,000 business professionals from all different areas of the food service industry  attended last year’s show and that number is expected again this year.

 

The name “National Restaurant Association” is actually a bit misleading as you don’t need to be involved in the restaurant business to benefit from the show. People from across the food service industry attend the show including culinary professional, non-commercial operators K-12, university and healthcare feeders as well as retailers.

 

Exhibitors and Educational Sessions 

More than 2,000 exhibitors including vendors, food industry experts and business professionals representing a wide variety of needs and interests will be present this year, meaning you’ll be able to connect with someone meaningful to your business no matter what your particular need is.

 

 

There will also be a range of educational sessions designed to cover a wide variety of issues a the fore front of the industry.

 

Some of the key topics this year include:

-       Menu development

-       Marketing

-       Operational Issues

-       Sustainability

-       Technology

-       Health & Nutrition

-       Dealing with Special Dietary needs

 

Facts and Figures

-       77% of NRA attendees are influencers or decision makers at their business.

-       33% of attendees each year are first timers

-       On Average, attendees plan to spend $388,500 as a result of attending the show

-       Over 100 countries are represented

-       People from all 50 states attend

 

How to attend

You don’t need to be an NRA member to attend the show, but you do need to be associated with the food or restaurant industry or lodging industry, the show is not open to the public. Register today.

 

DETAILS

National Restaurant Association Show 2014

Date: May 17-20, 2014

Location: McCormick Place, Chicago Illinois

Registration: $99, but  complimentary badges are availability if your company is an NRA member.

 

 

WHERE TO STAY

 

Majestic Hotel

This hotel has lots of charm with its comfortable, delightful atmosphere of an upscale English manor, amidst the energetic city life of the bustling Lakeview neighborhood. 528 West Brompton, Chicago, IL 60657. 773.404.3499.

www.majestic-chicago.com

 

The Willows Hotel

The moment you arrive, you’ll feel the effortless charm of a French country home, accented by our 19th century-style furnishings and the warm welcome of our friendly staff. 555 West Surf, Chicago, IL 60657. 888.779.1904.

www.willowshotel.com

 

City Suites Hotel

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art Deco style. 933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL, 60657, 773.404.3400.

www.chicagocitysuites.com

Fight Hunger with Broughton Hotels of Chicago

Posted on  March 24, 2014

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Join Broughton Hotels of Chicago on National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day this April 2nd as we attempt to make 10, 000 PB&J sandwiches in one hour. Sandwich assembly will take place from 3:00 to 4:00pm with tables set up on Brompton between Pine Grove and Lake Shore in Chicago. Finished sandwiches will be donated to a variety of Chicago-based organizations.

 

The Broughton Hotels of Chicago staff is not new to making sandwiches on a mass scale. Each of our three properties participate in a monthly event, making 100 sandwiches to distribute to those in need. Building 10,000 sandwiches in one hour is a much more ambitious goal, but with help from the community we’re confident we can reach it!

 

We’re inviting local organizations and businesses to assemble teams of their own to help in this project. All participating businesses and organizations will be recognized for their efforts. Also, if you are or know of a facility or group that currently accepts sandwich donations in the Chicago area, please let us know. Contact Courtney Willingham (773) 404-3496 or email her at Courtney@broughtonhotels.com for more information.

 

Work with us to make a difference… one sandwich at a time.

 

DETAILS

Date: 3pm April 2nd

Location: Between Pine Grove and Lake Shore in Chicago.

 

If you are interested in donating goods, volunteering a team, or accepting sandwiches please contact Courtney Willingham at 773-404-3496 or email her at Courtney@broughtonhotels.com.

Broughton Hotels of Chicago Unveil Renovations

Posted on  March 12, 2014

 

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On March 1st Broughton Hotels unveiled stunning renovations to its three boutique Chicago properties. The Majestic Hotel, The Willows and City Suites Chicago each underwent a functional and aesthetic transformation in the early part of 2014.

 

One of the updates to Broughton’s Chicago portfolio was a high-tech upgrade. Each of the Chicago properties now have a fiber-optic internet connection and an iHome docking station in each room. Another big change that guests will be sure to note is an overhaul of the lobby and guest-rooms of each property.

 

Broughton Hotels was able to achieve a difficult feat in renovating these properties which was providing a noticeable upgrade, yet still preserving the original look and feel that has attracted guests for years.

 

“We are thrilled to introduce a stunning renovation that retains the charm that travelers have embraced at Broughton Hotels.  – Larry Broughton, President and CEO Broughton Hotels.

 

Each of Broughton’s Chicago properties has a unique atmosphere and personality and the renovations build on those personalties. Though you’ll have to experience the hotels in-person to get the full effect here’s a list of some of the changes the hotels have undergone. Be sure to check out each hotel’s website for additional information and pictures of the renovation.

 

The Majestic Hotel 

This hotel has lots of charm with its comfortable, delightful atmosphere of an upscale English manor, amidst the energetic city life of the bustling Lakeview neighborhood. 528 West Brompton, Chicago, IL 60657. 773.404.3499.

Renovation Details

  • Art Deco Chandelier in the lobby
  • Wall length vintage photograph of Wrigley Field
  • Expansive fireplace
  • Neutral tone color scheme in guest rooms
  • New linens and window coverings
  • Wooden furniture
  • Plush carpeting

 

The Willows Hotel

 

The moment you arrive, you’ll feel the effortless charm of a French country home, accented by our 19th century-style furnishings and the warm welcome of our friendly staff. 555 West Surf, Chicago, IL 60657. 888.779.1904.

Renovation Details 

  • Lobby fireplace
  • Gathering tables
  • French country light fixtures
  • New guest-room furniture, carpeting and bed linens

 

City Suites Hotel

 

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art Deco style. 933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL, 60657, 773.404.3400.

Renovation Details 

  • Lobby corridor lined with natural wood beams
  • Striking black and white photography decorating the walls
  • Mid century themed light fixtures
  • Black and white linens
  • New furniture and carpeting in guest rooms

 

If you’ve never stayed at one of Broughton’s Chicago properties you’re missing out. And if you have been , be sure to stop in and see what’s new! 

 

 

 

Chicago Restaurant Week 2014

Posted on  December 27, 2013

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If you’re in Chicago between January 24th and February 6th, have a passion for food and a taste for local cuisine make sure to take advantage of Chicago Restaurant Week.

 

Chicago Restaurant Week, organized by Choose Chicago and in its 7th year, is designed to promote the restaurant industry in the area especially during the slow months of winter. Despite it’s name, Restaurant Week actually takes place over 13 days in which diners can enjoy lunch and dinner options at various locations both in the city and the suburbs.

 

Participants in Chicago Restaurant Week will have the opportunity to try food from over 280 restaurants with special menu pricing for the event. The event features Prixe-fixe menus beginning at $22 for lunch and going to $33-$44 for dinner.

 

Some of the top picks for the event will be restaurants such as Trencherman, Rick Bayless’ Topolobampo, BellyQ and Mexique. Many of the restaurants will also feature vegetarian options. Make sure to make your reservations if you’ll be in the area to participate in this delicious and enjoyable event in the city!

 

To get more information and the full list of participating restaurants visit EatItUpChicago.com

 

DETAILS

Chicago Restaurant Week

When: January 24- Feburary 6th

Where: City of Chicago and suburbs

Price: $22-$44

 

Where to Stay

Majestic Hotel

This hotel has lots of charm with its comfortable, delightful atmosphere of an upscale English manor, amidst the energetic city life of the bustling Lakeview neighborhood. 528 West Brompton, Chicago, IL 60657. 773.404.3499.

www.majestic-chicago.com

 

The Willows Hotel

The moment you arrive, you’ll feel the effortless charm of a French country home, accented by our 19th century-style furnishings and the warm welcome of our friendly staff. 555 West Surf, Chicago, IL 60657. 888.779.1904.

www.willowshotelchicago.com

 

City Suites Hotel

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art Deco style. 933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL, 60657, 773.404.3400.

www.chicagocitysuites.com

Celebrate 100 years of Wrigley Field at the 2014 Cubs Convention!

Posted on  December 26, 2013

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The Cubs Convention is the perfect way to get ready for another season of baseball and should be considered an essential event for any true Cubs fan. The 2014 Cubs Convention is the official kickoff event for the upcoming season and this year is an especially good year to go, as they are celebrating 100 years of Wrigley Field!

 

The three-day event will feature hands-on activities, players, Cubs celebrity guests, broadcasters and even prospects from the minor leagues. Attendees will get plenty of autograph and photo opportunities throughout the weekend!

 

Some of the players, coaches and organization alumni at this year’s event include:

  • Darwin Barney
  • Wellington Castillo
  • Starling Castro
  • Edwin Jackson
  • Rick Renteria
  • Chris Bosio
  • Bill Mueller
  • Brandon Hyde

 

This year’s Convention has something for every level of Cubs fan from die-hards that have followed the team their whole lives to kids who have never been to Wrigley Field.

 

One of the more unique activities featured at the convention is a replica broadcasting-booth where fans get to do their best Harry Caray impression as they call play-by-play for a Cubs highlight of their choice. There will also be a locker room sale where Fan’s will have the opportunity to purchase authentic Cubs memorabilia including uniforms, game-used bats and balls as well as bases from Wrigley Field.

 

Kid’s can practice their swing with wiffleballs on a mini baseball diamond while pitching instructors and batting cages will be available for older athletes.

 

The 2014 Cubs Convention will take  place from January 17th through the 19th. Admission is $60 for a weekend pass. Hurry and order your tickets today!

 

DETAILS

Cubs Convention Program

When: January 17 (2pm to 10pm), January 18 (9am to 10pm) January 19 (9am to 12pm)

Where: 301 East North Water Street Chicago IL 60611

Phone: 1-800-325-3535

Admission: $60 for a weekend pass

 

Where to stay

Majestic Hotel

This hotel has lots of charm with its comfortable, delightful atmosphere of an upscale English manor, amidst the energetic city life of the bustling Lakeview neighborhood. Come celebrate 100 years at Wrigley field this year at the Majestic hotel.

528 West Brompton, Chicago, IL 60657. 773.404.3499.

www.majestic-chicago.com

 

The Willows Hotel

The moment you arrive, you’ll feel the effortless charm of a French country home, accented by our 19th century-style furnishings and the warm welcome of our friendly staff. 555 West Surf, Chicago, IL 60657. 888.779.1904.

www.willowschicago.com

 

City Suites Chicago

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art Deco style. 933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL, 60657, 773.404.3400.

www.chicagocitysuites.com