The Congress Plaza Hotel is a historic Chicago fixture . Built in 1893, this hotel has housed US presidents and hosted historic events like the National American Women Suffrage Associations celebration of the 19th amendments ratification in 1920 .
The hotel has many amenities, including The Gazebo Restaurant (a casual, convenient destination for breakfast, lunch, and dinner) and The Tavern Tap Pub (an evening retreat for draught beers, cocktails, and more) . Off of the newly-renovated lobby, the new Rafael Steakhouse is open from 11am to 10:30pm . Weather-permitting, guests may dine on an outdoor cafe . Room service is available from 6:30am-10pm each day .
To suit guests' varied needs, the hotel has a 24-hour fitness room, 23 meeting rooms, the famous Gold Room banquet hall, a gift shop, same-day dry cleaning valet, and overnight shoeshine . Valet Parking and self-park is available for a fee .
There are 852 rooms, including 50 suites on 14 floors . Children 16 and under stay free in parents room . All rooms include a coffeemaker, hairdryer, telephone, and television with 55 channels, including Showtime, and Movies On Demand . Wired and wireless high speed internet access is available for a daily fee of $9 .
To check in, a guest in each room must present a valid credit card for incidentals or a $75 cash deposit (which would be returned in full if no additional services are used) .
|# Of Rooms||871|
|# Of Floors||14|
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