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This one might be hard to book, but I’ll be on the phone trying: today only, at 11am Central time, the Conrad Chicago will be offering rooms for just $11.14 per night for stays Between November 14th and March 31st. I’m sure those will sell out very quickly — they will also have a special rate of $111.40 when that sells out that’s good for 24-hours only, and that’s still a great deal for a Conrad hotel. And it’s not a room here and there for $11.14 — it’s three rooms available per night during the booking window. It’s a long shot, but it’ll be fun to take a shot.
- Rooms for just $11.14 per night for bookings between November 14th, 2017 and March 31, 2018
- When those sell out, rooms will be available for $111.40 for 24-hours (but it will probably end early)
- Call 312-667-6700 and ask for reservations. Reference group code 1YEAR
- Only one night per person
- Blackout dates:
- November 24th to 29th
- December 31st
- January 21st-22nd
As noted above, I imagine this will be next-to-impossible to book, but I’ll certainly throw my hat in the ring. We have good friends in Chicago, so my wife and I typically head to Chicago a couple of times a year to visit. We don’t normally stay downtown, but certainly would for $11.14. Apart from that, we love Conrad hotels. Hilton tends to get a bad rap in the blogosphere, but I’m still a fan in large part because of the over-the-top good service we’ve received at Conrad hotels. We haven’t stayed at the Conrad Chicago, but this would be a great way to check it out. Note that as reported by Running With Miles & Extreme Hotel Deals, this may be bookable online at the $111 rate and the reference code 1YEAR. Set your alarm so you don’t forget to call in.
Don’t forget that there is an Amex Offer for Conrad hotels good for $70 back on $350. If you plan to go while that offer is valid, keep in mind that you could save on a second or third night if you’d like to extend your stay.
Last updated on November 19th, 2017