Monday, October 1, 2018

Rosemont's First Boutique Hotel, The Rose Hotel, Announces Official Opening in November

Where classy meets edgy. Rosemont’s first boutique hotel, The Rose Hotel Chicago/O’Hare, Tapestry Collection by Hilton, 5200 Pearl Street, an ultra-modern, chic and stylish hotel, will officially open its doors this November. The hotel boasts the closest off-airport proximity to O’Hare International Airport, and offers an exceptional, upscale experience by providing highly personalized service and the finest amenities. The Rose Hotel will be a quintessential destination for both Chicagoland residents and visitors alike to enjoy. This art-inspired hotel is committed to creating an atmosphere of collaboration and strong connections that enriches guests’ lives through art.

An oasis of luxury standing five stories high, the hotel features 165 stylish guest rooms and suites, all curated through the contributions of DLR, Getty’s Group, and Janko Group. Visually stimulating art, thoughtfully woven throughout the design of each room, creates an elegant and innovative ambiance. Each guest room is equipped with all down alternative bedding, triple-pane windows to eliminate airplane noise and a pillow menu, offering a personalized sleep experience. Single rooms include a king size bed, and each double room comes complete with two queen size beds.

“The Rose Hotel will provide a truly unique experience that inspires creativity and artistic expression for all guests,” says Micaela Haas, General Manager of The Rose Hotel Chicago/O’Hare, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. “We plan on setting the bar for boutique hospitality across the country. We could not be more excited to officially open this November.”

Catering to a wide range of guests from leisure to business, The Rose Hotel boasts 6,000 sq. ft. of high technology meeting space, including pre-function areas, an intimate outdoor patio, and eight dynamic meeting venues. Each venue, named after a different species of rose, varies from small meeting breakout spaces to two ballrooms. The pre-function area’s open space plays host to a light changing umbrella installation suspended from the ceiling, adding yet another visual element to this unique, art-inspired hotel.

Those looking to grab a bite to eat while staying on property can take advantage of The Rose Hotel’s contemporary first floor bar and restaurant complete with modern art and a comprehensive menu of delectable small plates and handcrafted drinks. Additionally, the property will operate a 24-hour market with locally-inspired “grab ‘n go” options, as well as a 16-seat private dining area for special occasions and events.

The Rose Hotel Chicago/O’Hare, Tapestry Collection by Hilton is located in Rosemont’s recently developed Pearl District and just steps away from Impact Field, Fashion Outlets of Chicago, Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, and the Rosemont Theatre. As the closest off-airport hotel to O’Hare International Airport and just a short drive from Allstate Arena, The Rose Hotel is conveniently situated right outside the city of Chicago, as well as around some of the Chicagoland area’s top entertainment, shopping, and dining destinations.

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