2017 Conference Hotel
Our Host Hotel is Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare (formerly Crowne Plaza Rosemont), 5440 North River Rd, Rosemont, IL 60018.
GCLS CONFERENCE RATES ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
You may still make reservations and follow the instructions provided on this website, but the nightly rate you are charged will be the hotel's current rate rather than our discounted rate.
Room types and Rates:
|1 King Bed with Sofa Bed
|1 King Bed Hearing Accessible w/ Roll-in Shower |
| 1 King Bed Hearing Accessible
|2 Queen Beds |
| Executive Suite |
| CEO Suite
**All Rooms are Non-Smoking
Here is what you need to know BEFORE making your reservations:
- CUT OFF DATE FOR THESE RATES IS JUNE 10, 2017
- There is a free hotel shuttle from Chicago O'Hare Airport
- Free wireless internet in guest rooms and meeting space
- Free beverage ticket per person per room (up to a max of 2 per room) per day for Visibility Lounge (in hotel bar)
- Complimentary use of fitness center and swimming pool for hotel guests
- Complimentary parking
- There are many options for eating, shopping, and entertainment very close to the hotel (starting with right across the street)
- Pricing available pre- and post-conference (July 1 through July 11)
- Check in: 3:00pm; Check out: Noon
- No advance deposit required - however, you must provide a credit card at time of reservation
- No charge for cancellation if cancelled 72 hours prior to scheduled arrival date
- All questions about the hotel should be directed to Mary Phillips at email@example.com
- If you have questions once you've made your reservations, please contact Irina Gasnikova at the Crowne Plaza O'Hare. Mention that you are part of the Golden Crown Literary Society conference group.
RIDICULOUSLY IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
When you register at this hotel, your name MUST match what is on your credit card AND your government ID (e.g., driver's license). This hotel will require you to present your government ID and Credit Card at the time you check in and it MUST match your registration exactly.
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