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Daily Deal: Classic Chicago hotel offers a tax break: $96 rooms

April 15, 2013|By Mary Forgione | Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
  • The lobby of the landmark Renaissance Blackstone Chicago.
The lobby of the landmark Renaissance Blackstone Chicago. (Renaissance Blackstone…)

Since 1910, the vintage Blackstone Hotel in Chicago has hosted 12 presidents, royalty and gangster Al Capone, who also was a tax evader. Somehow this all adds up to what the hotel, now named the Renaissance Blackstone Chicago, calls a tax day sale.

Prices start at $96 a night for just 96 hours.

The deal: The Blackstone stands across from Grant Park and in the city's Magnificent Mile shopping district. Make a reservation during the sale and pay $96 plus tax for stays through the end of the year. Use the code L9Z when making a reservation.

When: The deal ends at 10 p.m. PDT Thursday.

Details: Best available rates at this hotel usually cost $199 plus tax; the sale means more than a $100 discount. I checked Monday (today) and found the $96 rate available April 25 to 27.

Info: Renaissance Blackstone Chicago, (312) 447-0955

Mary.Forgione@latimes.com
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