• Tapestry Collection by Hilton opens The Rose Hotel Chicago O’Hare

     
    POSTED November 28, 2018
     

This November, Tapestry Collection by Hilton opened its first property in Illinois—The Rose Hotel Chicago O’Hare. The new hotel, designed by The Gettys Group, has eight modern meetings and event spaces, totaling 6,000 square feet of functional, flexible space. 

The Tapestry Collection by Hilton is known for its upscale, unique hotels, and The Rose Hotel—a 165-room hotel featuring fine-art inspired elements coupled with contemporary design—is no exception. “The Rose Hotel is a fantastic addition to Tapestry Collection and Rosemont’s newly developed Pearl District mixed-use complex, featuring eye-catching elements and a stunning design that genuinely embodies the local spirit,” said Jenna Hackett, global head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. The lobby encompasses a 44-by-11-foot  zebra wall as well as two abstract wallcoverings featuring the Chicago skyline.

The Rose Hotel is located in Rosemont, just one mile from Chicago O’Hare International Airport, and offers shuttles to the airport as well shuttles to public transport. On-the-go business travelers, meeting and event attendees and guests traveling for leisure can also enjoy on-site amenities including a large fitness center as well as locally-inspired dining and drink options. 

The Rose is offering special group rates in December 2018 and January 2019, as well as a custom shopping package, available until December 31, 2018. 

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The National Association of Catering & Events gathered on Sept. 11 at the Denver Botanic Gardens to commemorate the NACE’s 10th anniversary and provide a glimpse into the future. A panel of several founding members—Monica Cheeks of Hyatt Hotels, Cal Cheney of All Digital Photo & Video, Amanda Michalek of AORN and Brandi Pressgrove of Reckon Creative—discussed how the chapter got started, favorite programs from the past and how networking through NACE has helped grow their businesses and more.

 

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