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Friday, December 12, 2014

Gorgeous Views from the Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park

DRINK IN THE VIEW AT FAIRMONT CHICAGO, MILLENNIUM PARK

Enjoy spectacular views in the Grand Suites on the 37th floor of the hotel for your next holiday party or corporate event

Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park, 200 North Columbus Drive, invites guests to “Drink in the View” during their next holiday party or company dinner with exclusive access to the Grand Suites located on the 37th floor of the hotel. These stunning, recently renovated luxurious Grand Suites feature naturally awe-inspiring views of the city skyline from both Grant and Millennium Park to the south and Lake Michigan to the east. The elegantly appointed suites are perfect for holiday gatherings of 15-50 guests and provide a unique, sophisticated experience. To make planning easier, Executive Chef John Cordeaux suggests choosing from his favorite holiday recipes or, for those who want to save turkey for the special day, a Sushi Soiree.

The Sushi Soiree includes a two-hour Makimono reception featuring Fried Lobster Roll, Spicy Tuna, Avocado, Thai Chile, Miso Mustard Dragon Roll, Shrimp, Unagi, Avocado Tokyo Roll, Hamachi, Salmon, Tuna, Cucumber, and Jalapeno Vegetarian California Roll. Menu enhancements include Edamame, Sweet & Spicy Tofu Egg Rolls, Banana Maki, Mochi Balls, and Sushi Made to Order from the hotel’s Sushi Chef. Favorite sushi selections are complimented by a premium open bar that can be enhanced with a selection of Sakes, “Sakatinis” and Japanese beers. Event planners may also choose to add Geishas to greet guests upon arrival, a Taiko Drumming Duo or a Karaoke DJ.

For the purists, the traditional Holiday Celebration features Wild Mushroom, Pecan and Taleggio Bruschetta, Maple Glazed Bacon Wrapped Scallops and Chestnut Crusted Salmon Satay with Fennel Mustard, as well as a Dessert Station complete with Holiday Cookies and Gingerbread Houses. Menu enhancements include a variety of Carving Stations from 24-hour Cooked Bone-in Ham, Brined Whole Turkey Breast with Traditional Stuffing and Turkey Jus, Zatar and Sumac Rubbed Lamb Leg with Mint and Banyuls Jus, and a Whole Side of Arctic Char with Crab Melt and Buttered Spinach. Christmas Carolers, a Holiday Jazz Band or an appearance by Santa and the Elves are available as entertainment options.

Designed by Looney & Associates, the earth-tone palette of the Grand Suites is comfortable and elegant. The vibrant works of art reenergize the rooms and bring a sense of luxury to the guests. These sophisticated and modern suites feature brilliantly designed custom furniture by Mark David, a Kohler Company. Each of the four Grand Suites affords its own unique design elements that create a distinct personality: Sleek, Private, Chic, and Awe-Inspiring.


*This offer applies to new inquiries, is contingent upon availability, cannot be combined with any other offer and must be mentioned when requesting a proposal. Revenues based on guestroom, food and beverage only prior to tax or service charge. Standard Fairmont contract must be signed by December 15, 2014.

The experienced catering and event services staff is available to arrange the ideal event package for holiday parties and corporate retreats. To book an event, call 312-565-7400 and visit www.fairmont.com/chicago/promotions/rascals/ for more details.

Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park is a AAA Four Diamond luxury hotel located in downtown Chicago. With 687 guestrooms and 62,000 square feet of meeting space, the hotel provides contemporary elegance and gracious hospitality. Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park is also home to eno wine room and aria restaurant and bar, taking guests on an “east meets west” culinary experience. In addition to uniquely inspired dining and stylish accommodations, the hotel features an exclusive lifestyle spa. mySpa affords eight treatment rooms and provides the perfect urban sanctuary from the busy and bustling Chicago streets. For more information on Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park, call 312-565-8000 or visit fairmont.com/chicago.

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