Hilton Garden Inn Chicago Midway Airport completes upgrade

White Lodging Services announced that the 174-room Hilton Garden Inn Chicago Midway Airport, owned by RLJ Lodging Trust, completed its full hotel renovation, including its guest rooms and public spaces.

Hilton Garden Inn Chicago Midway Airport now has new guestrooms and meeting spaces with elements of Project Grow, a brand revitalization initiative that includes upgrades to the hotel's communal spaces including the lobby and the guest reception area. As part of the Project Grow initiative, the hotel updated carpet, wall vinyl, light fixtures and accent décor. Additionally, new and inviting seating areas were created.

The hotel includes the brand's signature Garden Sleep System bed. Guests will stay productive with both wired and Wi-Fi access in guestrooms and public spaces. Each hotel guestroom has a high definition flat screen television; an ergonomic desk chair; a work desk; and speaker telephones equipped with data ports and voicemail. Guests will also benefit from the complimentary 24-hour business center.

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For dining, the property has the Garden Grille and Bar, as well as the Pavilion Pantry.

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