As a Club Carlson Ambassador, I am delighted to create a quick getaway itinerary for the sparkling and wavy 81-story icon Aqua Tower Radisson Blu Hotel in Chicago!
Radisson Blu is Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group’s highest-end product and has amazing selections of hotels in Europe that I outlined in Four Reasons to visit a Club Carlson in France and in I’ve Got the French Blues. This Chicago hotel opened in late 2011, and was the first Radisson Blu to open in America! They have since opened hotels at Mall of America in Minnesota and in Philadelphia!
Radisson Blu Chicago Review + Club Carlson Giveaway!
Getaway Itinerary for Chicago:
It is easy to get to Chicago and even easier to stay! Just visit the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel’s website and book with them directly, then soon you will be off and ready for a weekend stay in Chicago. You are going to love it!
Highlights of the Radisson Blu’s Aqua Tower Hotel
Features – This hotel is an architectural landmark, built by female architect Jeanne Gang and it is also the tallest building ever to be designed by a female architect. The building is a unique wave design and is also an eco-friendly high rise! The first-floor lobby check-in is paper free and fast.
Amenities – Located on the first floor of the 81st-story Aqua Tower in Chicago, this hotel has 334 luxury guestrooms with flat screen TV’s and balconies. They also offer business-class rooms with access to the Business Class lounge on the 17th floor, and who doesn’t want a complimentary breakfast and an evening reception? Everything from the hotel amenities list to the room service menu is electronically available on the flat screen TV in your room! Oh, and the Wi-Fi is free!
Surrounding Area – Located within walking distance of Millennium Park, North Michigan Avenue, the Navy Pier, the Bean and the Chicago lakefront.
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I invite you to become a Club Carlson member by visiting this link if you are NOT a member for a chance to win 30,000 Club Carlson points to be used toward your weekend getaway.
And the winner is: D. Lintz for 30,000 Club Carlson Points