What is a re:mix? Re:fuel? Re:charge? It’s all jargon used at Aloft Hotels.
I hadn’t heard of the Aloft hotel chain before I stayed at the Aloft Chicago O’Hare in Rosemont. It turns out it’s a fairly new brand of the Starwood hotel group, the same folks who bring you Westin and Sheraton hotels. It’s different, though, from a Westin or Sheraton with its contemporary boutique styling and unique jargon for everything from the hotel lobby to the swimming pool.
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Our king room’s horizontal lines with platform bed and sleek low-backed sofa, two large windows and a high ceiling gave the room an open airy feel.
Another great feature of the Aloft Chicago O’Hare is the location near the airport. Aloft provides complimentary 24-hour shuttle service to O’Hare. The hotel is also within walking distance (mostly covered) of the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center and the M.B. Financial Park, where you’ll find eight restaurants, including the Hofbrauhaus, and entertainment like iFLY Chicago indoor skydiving, Kings Rosemont for bowling and dining, Zanies Comedy Club and more.
The A-Loft Chicago O’Hare is located at 9700 Balmoral Avenue in Rosemont, Illinois. Visit the web site for more details or to make reservations.
Disclosure: Our stay at the Aloft Chicago O’Hare was complimentary. However, all opinions are my own. Photos by Skip Reed and Connie Reed.
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