Hotel - The Gwen Hotel Chicago

ISHC Group Rate
$289.00* Superior King
*does not include tax

To book the ISHC Group Rate, reserve through our group block portal

The group rate is available for the dates October 4 through October 11, 2021. 

If you would like to take advantage of the group rate, we recommend booking your hotel as soon as possible while rooms are still available. The group rate will not be available after the block has been filled and/or the booking cut-off date of September 6, 2021 at 5:00 pm Central.

Cancellation Policy: You may cancel this reservation up to 72 hours in advance for a full refund. 

Early Departure FeeAn Early Departure Fee of the one night's room + tax may only be charged if an attendee checks out of the hotel prior to the attendee’s scheduled departure date, without having notified the hotel by 12:00 midnight the day after check-in of the change in scheduled departure.

**Cancellations and changes to reservations are the responsibility of the guest. Please contact the hotel directly.** 

The Chicago Marathon is taking place Sunday, October 10. You will need to plan for extra time if departing Sunday morning as there will be street closures and delays. Our sources on the ground inform us that the location of our host hotel could not be more convenient if you take the Lower Wacker exit that morning. There is also the option of taking the "L" train to either airport. 

Hotel Information:

The Gwen Hotel - Michigan Avenue Chicago
521 North Rush Street
Chicago, IL, 60611

+1 312.645.1500

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Check In: 3:00 pm
Check Out: 12:00 pm

The Gwen was recently voted one of Chicago's 10 best hotels by Travel + Leisure. Located in the landmark McGraw-Hill building on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, The Gwen provides the perfect setting to enjoy the best Chicago has to offer. Rooted in the history and heritage of downtown Chicago in the 1930’s, the Gwen serves as a city emblem of this golden era. This inspiration comes to life with the historic facade, famously created by sculptress Gwen Lux in 1928, a female artisan making a mark in a predominantly 1930’s male design city.