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The Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers and The Westin Chicago River North are enticing travelers to visit the Windy City with nightly rates at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers and The Westin Chicago River North start at $189 and $199 respectively, inclusive of $100 gift cards, shopping discounts and more. Travelers can tackle their holiday shopping early or enjoy post-holiday sales, as these special packages are valid now through Jan. 31, 2009. The Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers' Macy's Holiday Shopping package includes accommodations, a $100 Macy's gift card each night and a Macy's 11 percent savings pass, as well as complimentary weekend shuttle service to and from Water Tower Place and State Street store, through Dec. 28, 2008, and a photo with Santa at Macy's, through Dec. 24.
The Westin Chicago River North's Holiday Shopping package includes a deluxe room upgrade; a $100 North Bridge mall gift card each night; the Shops at North Bridge rewards book ($500 in savings) valid at Nordstrom, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss and over 70 world-class shops and restaurants; hand massage and quick makeover at The Body Shop at North Bridge; olive oil soap with laurel from Ta-Ze Olive and Olive Oil; and two chocolate truffles from Vosges-Haut-Chocolate. For reservations at Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers, visit www.sheratonchicago.com or call 866-716-8103 and when booking mention SCM. For The Westin Chicago River North, visit www.westinchicago.com or call 866-716-8104 and mention RNS when booking.
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