Hilton's newest Tapestry Collection hotel opens in Chicago

The Rose Hotel Chicago O’Hare, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. Photo credit: Hilton

Hilton's Tapestry Collection opened its first property in the state of Illinois with the Rose Hotel Chicago O’Hare, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. The new-build hotel is operated by Chicago-based Janko Hospitality.

Designed by The Gettys Group, the 165-room Rose Hotel is located in Rosemont’s Pearl District and 1 mile from O’Hare International Airport.

“As the 14th Tapestry Collection property, the opening of The Rose Hotel is a monumental moment for the growth of the collection in a key destination, and we look forward to welcoming guests, residents and Hilton Honors members to this stunning new hotel,” Jenna Hackett, global head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton, said in a statement.

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“With hundreds of thousands of business and leisure travelers arriving at O’Hare from across the globe, it is an exciting time for The Rose Hotel,” John Brooke, COO of Janko Hospitality, said in a statement. “We look forward to offering travelers a modern new boutique hotel in Rosemont, where local business is supported by such a strong community.”

Launched in 2017 with Hotel Skyler in Syracuse, N.Y., Tapestry Collection by Hilton has since added 13 additional hotels to the portfolio with a further 43 in the pipeline. In just over a year, the brand announced its first international signings, with two hotels in Lima, Peru, slated to open in 2021.

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