Magnuson Hotels converts Illinois Hampton

Magnuson Hotels revealed a new brand conversion for an Illinois hotel. The former Hampton Inn in Bourbonnais, Ill., was converted into the Magnuson Hotel Bourbonnais. Now under the Magnuson Hotels flag, the property will participate in the brand’s co-op marketing program to grow their local market, and is also now affiliated with Magnuson Hotels’ international portfolio of over 1,000 properties.

“We are very excited to be welcoming Yogesh Patel and the entire team at the Magnuson Hotel Bourbonnais to the Magnuson family and look forward to a long and successful future together,” said Thomas Magnuson, CEO Magnuson Hotels.

The Magnuson Hotel Bourbonnais is located in the business district of the Kankakee / Bourbonnais area, minutes from Legends Sportsplex. The property offers free breakfasts, a fitness center, business center, free parking and laundry facilities for guest use.

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Magnuson Hotels also recently partnered with the American Cancer Society’s hotel partners program, which offers free hotel rooms to cancer patients in their local area. The affiliation expands on the Society’s existing guestroom program, which offers free and discounted rooms to patients and caregivers.

The American Cancer Society in a cooperative effort with hotels across the U.S. that provides overnight accommodations to cancer patients who must travel for outpatient treatment and need assistance with lodging. The program is open to cancer patients of all ages, including pediatric patients accompanied by a parent, and patients traveling with children.

Founded in 2003 and headquartered in London and Spokane Wash., Magnuson Hotels has over 1000 hotels across six countries and three continents.

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