Logistics Development Forum

July 31 - August 2, 2017

Vail, CO

Venue

Chicago Athletic Association Hotel

12 S Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603
844.312.2221 
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ROOM RATE: $229/night

Discounted Room Rate expires July 20, 2016.

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about Chicago Athletic Association Hotel

Chicago’s celebrated 1890s athletic club is reborn as a bustling Michigan Avenue hotel playground, featuring some of Chicago’s finest restaurant and nightlife talents. More than a restoration, it’s a revelation of historic architectural detail, from the grand marble staircases to the incomparable Cindy’s rooftop terrace, restaurant and bar, with commanding views across Millennium Park, the Art Institute of Chicago and Lake Michigan.

about the rooms

As with the public spaces of the hotel, the Roman & Williams design duo—recipients of the 2014 Cooper Hewitt National Design award and one of Fast Company’s 50 Most Influential Designers—have created a gorgeously appointed new old-world style. A sense of play is definitely alive here, leaving you to divine which artifacts are vintage and which are new—something to ponder as your crystal glasses and cocktail carafe beckon a good, icy stir.

  • Vintage-inspired custom furnishings throughout
  • Carrara marble baths with premium fixtures, rain showerheads and custom C.O. Bigelow bath products
  • Exclusive boxing-style robes fit for champs and challengers alike
  • Custom Sferra linens and Faribault Wollen Mill Co. blankets
  • Bedside power center with USB outlets
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • 42’’ flat screen television
  • 24 hour in-room dining
  • Gourmet mini-bar stocked with locally sourced Chicago favorites

Rooftop dining and more!

Cindy’s is the rooftop restaurant, bar and open-air terrace overlooking Millennium Park, the Art Institute of Chicago, Lake Michigan and beyond.
Set within a vaulted glass and steel atrium recalling the train depot that once lived across Michigan Avenue, Cindy’s is the jewel in this Chicago landmark’s crown.

Amid surroundings that evoke visions of two (or three) martini deal closing lunches or post trial celebration feasts of Chicago’s mid-century power brokers, the swell curves and swank wood panels of Cherry Circle Room are being put to work- or make that play- in our own creative take on familiar regional classics, including tableside presentations of the finest cuts.