2 New Chicago Hotels to try for PACK EXPO International 2020

PACK EXPO International and Healthcare Packaging EXPO 2020 will be in Chicago during November, which brings chilly weather and the start of holiday season cheer. The Expovision team has been surveying the ever-changing landscape of hotels in the city to prepare the official room block. After our research we’ve added two new, boutique hotels in the downtown area. As always, we’ve pre-negotiated the guaranteed lowest rates for pack expo show attendees and exhibitors!

7 Boutique Hotels for PACK EXPO International 2018

The charm of a boutique hotel is hard to deny. Boutique hotels invite images of attentive service, localized decor and cuisine and a chance to feel less like a tourist and more like a welcome guest. Even Airbnb wants in on this market.

PACK EXPO International 2018 attendees and exhibitors can experience this alternative to conventional chain hotels – at an exclusive event rate. Online booking for these Chicago hotels is available for individuals and smaller groups. To book more than 20 rooms, please contact PACK EXPO International’s official hotel partner at packexpohotels@expovision.com or (866) 523-0877.

Top Chicago Hotel Restaurants for #PACKEXPOInternational

 

Picture this: You spent the day hustling at your booth for PACK EXPO International and Healthcare Packaging EXPO 2018. Now it’s time to entertain clients and dine with team members.

Or maybe you walked along the show floor all day and networked with the 50,000 other attendees. Now you’re ready to experience Chicago’s food scene.

But a stuffy steakhouse with a predictable menu is not on the table during #PACKEXPOInternational Try one of these hotels that offer the guaranteed lowest rates for registrants and have fresh restaurants that deliver culinary surprises.

What registrants need to know about housing poachers for PACK EXPO International 2018

Hotel scammers, housing pirates, room block poachers…however you refer to them, they have been a major problem in the convention industry for years. These are companies that masquerade as being the official housing partner for an event and sell room blocks that don’t actually exist. Their victims may pay thousands of dollars, only to arrive at the hotel and be told they don’t have a reservation.

Back in 2008, the American Society of Association Executives won a federal lawsuit against the hotel scammer Complete Event Planning, Inc. Despite this monumental win, third-party hotel scams are continuing to sprout up and to bring financial pains. According to the American Hotel & Lodging Association,there are 55 million bad hotel bookings annually: that’s nearly $4 billion dollars in poachers’ pockets!