‘Tis the Season for Great Hotel Rates from BEST WESTERN PLUS River North Chicago

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Now through February 2012 hotel rates at BEST WESTERN PLUS River North Hotel begin as low as $89 per night including free guest parking (a $40 daily value).

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Newly renovated double room at BEST WESTERN PLUS River North Hotel.

"Our hotel offers incredible value to travelers."

The holiday season and winter bring many things to Chicago: sparkling holiday decorations, ice skating and some of the best hotel rates of the year. Now through February 2012 hotel rates at BEST WESTERN PLUS River North Hotel begin as low as $89 per night.

Even more amazing than the incredibly low rates, is the fact that all reservations include free guest parking. “We are the only hotel in downtown Chicago that ALWAYS offers our guests free parking” stated Heidi Bitar, General Manager of the downtown Chicago hotel. “Our hotel offers incredible value to our travelers.”

Stay anytime now through February 2012 and receive:

  •     Deluxe accommodations with nightly rates beginning at $89*
  •     Free Guest Parking, one car per room
  •     Free wireless internet
  •     Full use of our indoor pool and fitness room

Take advantage of all Chicago has to offer this winter including, world class museums, Skating in the Sky at the John Hancock Observatory, Snow Days Chicago and more!

*Room rates vary by date and are subject to change without notice. Rates begin at $89.

ABOUT BEST WESTERN PLUS RIVER NORTH HOTEL CHICAGO
Offering incredible value and an unbeatable location, BEST WESTERN PLUS River North Hotel is and award winning hotel located in downtown Chicago. Featuring 150 guest rooms and suites this downtown Chicago hotel is the only hotel to offer its guest free parking. Standard amenities include: indoor pool, fitness room, sundeck, and free wireless internet. The full service restaurant onsite offers breakfast, lunch dinner and room service. To make reservations visit http://www.rivernorthhotel.com

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