Accommodations

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    The Drake Hotel
    140 East Walton Place
    Chicago, Illinois 60611
    Tel: (866) 238-4218
    Main Website

     

    Meeting Hotel Information

    The Drake, a Hilton Hotel, was built in 1920 and is rich in history and architectural integrity and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The hotel was built as the nation’s first urban resort and is located in the Gold Coast neighborhood along the Shoreline of Lake Michigan within the Magnificent Mile. The hotel puts you in the heart of Chicago’s retail and dining corridor with nearby attractions including Water Tower Place, 900 North Shops, John Hancock Observatory, Museum of Contemporary Art and Navy Pier.

     

    CGS is offering attendees a special meeting rate of $229 per night single or double occupancy. Please make your reservation by June 14.

     

    To reserve your room at The Drake, please visit the The Drake Hotel website or contact the hotel reservation line by telephone at 1-800-55-DRAKE. To receive the special rate, please refer to the room block name: CGS when making your reservation.

     

    A 17.4% tax will apply to the rate. The room rate will be available for three days prior to and after the meeting based on hotel availability. Please make your room reservations as early as possible, reservation requests received after June 14 will be accepted by the Drake on a space-available basis.

     

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