• The Rose Hotel Ups Its Fashion Game

     
    POSTED November 12, 2019
     

This holiday season, the Rose Hotel Chicago O’Hare has partnered with the Fashion Outlets of Chicago for a special shopping package.

The package, entitled “Snack, Shop, and Slumber with The Rose,” is perfect for those looking for a hassle-free shopping experience. The package includes complimentary parking and shuttle rides to and from The Fashion Outlets of Chicago, Fashion Outlets Savings Pass, complimentary breakfast, and more. 

The package and partnership arose when the Rose Hotel met a representative from the Fashion Outlets of Chicago at the Chamber of Commerce Business after-hours event. Since the hotel and outlets are only minutes from each other, a collaboration was discussed, and eventually launched. 

No matter how far of a distance you’ve traveled when staying at the Rose Hotel, it’s almost guaranteed you’ll do some shopping. With this package, guests can get discounts in addition to the other perks and amenities the package includes. 

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