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CALL DIBS on over $200 in Value Offers

Plan your escape to downtown Chicago and call Dibs on a bundle of inclusions valued at over $200 of savings.

Celebrate the holiday season with a weekend stay at Palmer House, a Hilton Hotel.  Sip Holiday Afternoon Tea service in the lobby overlooking the Christmas tree, join resident historian, Ken Price, for the History is Hott Tour, enjoy mind-blowing magic and mind reading at The Magic Parlour show, and take in the festivities around with holiday shopping, theaters galore, ice skating, Christkindle Market and more.  A weekend of fun and merriment is just want you need to kick off the holiday season as you Call Dibs on over $200 in savings

CHICAGO DIBS PACKAGE – From $131 per night

    • Insulated mugs with bottomless cocoa/coffee or tea (Psst…Mug quantity based on room occupancy at time of booking) – Spike it for an additional cost
    • Free standard guestroom internet
    • Free Breakfast Buffet at Lockwood Restaurant for up to 4 people
    • One (1) $10 Lyft credit to use during your stay
    • Purchase 1 History is Hott admission, Receive one complimentary (tour only)
    • $10 discount on admission to The Magic Parlour starring Dennis Watkins, playing weekly at Palmer House, a Hilton Hotel.  Reservations must be confirmed in advance.
    • 30% discount to Spa at Palmer House Treatments* and complimentary glass of wine
    • Chicago Dibs Spotify Playlist access
    • Chicago Dibs Bucket Lists to Must See Chicago Attractions:  Best Selfie Spots, Chicago Sports, Theater, Michelin Dining, Family Friendly, Deep Dish Challenge, Nightlife, Holiday Fun
    • Chicago Dibs Bingo Sheet with opportunity to unlock rewards during your stay
    • $2 per room night purchase goes to Coats for Kids

Reserve Your Chicago DIBS Package with $200+ of  Value Inclusions

 

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CALLING DIBS IS A CHICAGO TRADITION

Across Chicago city neighborhoods, the winter snow brings a Chicago tradition: dibs. That is the long revered practice of Chicagoans digging out a street parking space and then calling “dibs” with anything handy —kitchen chairs, card tables, ironing board…you name it, and we’ve seen it— all to warn off potential spot snaggers. One unwritten rule, known by all Chicagoans – Dibs expires after 48 hours.
In 2002, Mayor Richard M. Daley declared his support. “He believes that if you shovel out a parking place in a snowstorm, it’s only responsible of other neighbors to be considerate,” City Hall said. In his 2015 race, Mayor Rahm Emanuel followed Daley’s line, asserting that he believes in “sweat equity.”
Palmer House, a Hilton Hotel is putting its very own spin on that 48 hour unwritten Chicago Dibs rule, that puts cash savings back into your pocket with a tremendous perk packed package and over-the-top redemptions to compliment the package throughout the winter season. Be on the lookout for 48 hour exclusive offers like complimentary return stays, free parking, room upgrades, dining credits and more when you book the Chicago Dibs package. The only catch to unlocking these additional inclusions, you must book within 48 hours.
In the meantime, we’ve sweetened up your spot in Chicago, giving you free reign to claim over $200 in savings with a dib-worthy package offering.

Holiday Happenings

Celebrate the season at Palmer House, a Hilton Hotel with merriment all around as you sip holiday tea, listen to a holiday choir then step out for holiday shopping along State Street.  Plan ahead to participate in all the that’s happening this holiday season!

 

Chicago Burgers, Fries and Palmer House Pilsners

Stop by Potter’s Chicago Burger Bar to experience the NEW Moody Tongue Pilsner creation, a product of collaboration by Moody Tongue’s Brewmaster, Jared Rouben, and Palmer House Asst. F&B Director, Patrick Coyne.

The Palmer House private label Pilsner beer style with a rich history and feel good flavor suitable for pairing with a Chicago neighborhood themed burger and fries.

 

Art Institute of Chicago

Stroll over to the Art Institute of Chicago and view a famous pieces donated by Bertha and Potter Palmer, known for donating the largest collection of  French Impressionist art to the museum.

 

    *Limited availability over select dates.

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