Relaxation At Hotel Monaco

http://www.monaco-chicago.com

Do you need a vacation or just an excuse to pamper yourself? On August 15, 2012 take advantage of National Relaxation Day by checking out of reality and checking into the Hotel Monaco Chicago’s Tranquility Suite, where you’ll instantly feel relaxed in the soothing interiors of this luxury hotel. A true urban oasis, this lavish two-room suite features the comforts of a two-person soaking tub, plush furniture and bedding, in-room massage rollers, sound machines, sleep masks and towel warmers. The Suite also boasts picturesque window seats, also known as “meditation stations,” which are complemented by views of the Chicago River – the perfect way to slip into reflection and relaxation. And for the ultimate seclusion, guests can unplug and unwind by opting for the “black out” option and forfeiting all methods of electronic communication at check-in.

Starting rates for the Tranquility Suite are $359 per night and also include plush animal print robes, Aveda bath and spa products and healthy in-room dining options created for Kimpton in collaboration with Kimpton chefs and celebrity nutritionist, Joy Bauer. Additionally, guests can melt their worries away with eco-friendly in-room spa services, such as the Revitalizing Hot Stone Massage (polished river rocks are heated and used to massage the entire body) and the Spirulina Body Wrap (the body is wrapped for 25 minutes to soak up spirulina’s rich proteins, vitamins and minerals).

For more information or to book, please visit www.monaco-chicago.com or call 866-610-0081.

Where: Hotel Monaco
225 N. Wabash Avenue
Chicago, IL 60601

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