You’ve been tasked to plan the killer bachelor party in Chicago to send off your dear friend into marital bliss. It’s time to pull out all the stops and first on the list is finding the perfect hotel suite to make it a truly memorable weekend. In fact, for this epic night, the right hotel could make all the difference. Lucky for you, Chicago offers a wide range of unforgettable hotels and suites for every style and budget. Let’s take a look at the best of the best for your Chicago bachelor party.
We recently had the opportunity to stay at The Langham Hotel in Chicago. One of several 5-star properties in the downtown area, our experience at the Langham was truly wonderful. We cannot say enough good things about this exquisitely understated luxury property in Chicago.
The Langham hotel is located a few steps from the river, in the River North area, a block away from Michigan Avenue. Continue reading
When you think bachelor party, you probably think immediately of Vegas – and not just because of The Hangover. Las Vegas has been setting the scene for countless bachelor parties for years – heck, it’s practically a man’s rite of passage into married life. And if it’s your last time together as crazy, irresponsible bachelors, what better way to send off your best friend than a wild Vegas weekend in a luxury suite?
With more than 200 locations around the world, Embassy Suites is certainly one of the major players in the all-suite hotel business. It just so happens be the most popular chain here at Book a Suite too, so we put together our own “complete guide to Embassy Suites” with a full list and interactive map of of every Embassy Suites location. You can check out the guide and map here, or read on to find out a little more first. Continue reading
Scenes from these two very different classics were filmed at this beautiful 140-room hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, with a variety of suites including 3 bedroom condos with room for up to 8 guests. Read on to find out more about this spectacular spooky hotel that inspired Stephen King to write The Shining after staying in a room here.
New York City’s largest hotel, the New York Hilton Midtown, caused quite a stir this week by announcing their plans to halt room service completely. The travel and lodging industry lit up with controversy and rumor at the iconic hotel’s announcement: “Is this the beginning of the end of room service?” “Will there be a domino effect with other hotels following suit?” “Are hotel restaurants at risk?” Sure, room service can be convenient in a pinch – say, when you roll into a smaller town on a late night flight, with no restaurants in sight – but guests staying in suites may not even notice the difference. Continue reading
London is one of the most culturally rich and diverse cities in the world, and the same could be said about the city’s hotel suites – with such a large and diverse selection of suites and boutique apartments to choose from, it can be intimidating to find and book just the right suite for you. First and foremost, you should set a few parameters for your stay, in order to narrow your choices out the gate. Today, we’re featuring a couple suites with great city views in South Central London. Continue reading
Today we’re happy to bring to you an article from Australian travel journalist Megan Claire. With 5 years experience in hotel reception, Megan has been kind enough to share some of the lessons she’s learned that might just give you an edge on getting a free upgrade the next time you book with Book a Suite. Be sure to check our Megan’s bio at the bottom of this post!
A LOT of money goes in and out of Las Vegas every day. (Well, I think we can say most of it goes in and just stays there.) Daily gambling revenue on the Strip amounts to nearly $17 million (more than $6 billion a year), not to mention all the other luxuries we indulge in like restaurants, spas, and luxury hotels. With all the money spent on the Strip, you might think any new casino resort would be an overnight success, but they have to earn their place to play at the table too. Continue reading
Name That Suite is our new series of blog posts where we focus on suites spotted in movies and television. If you’re interested in booking a suite where your favorite James Bond movie was filmed, or if you want to know more about that beautiful resort you saw in the latest Burn Notice episode, this series is for you! For our first post, we’ll reveal the hotel suite made famous by Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in the 1990 modern romantic classic, Pretty Woman. Continue reading