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Call Dibs on Ice Skating

Plan your wintertime adventure and call Dibs on overnight accommodations including two ice skating passes, with skate rentals, at the Hilton. For The Stay®-sponsored ice rink at Millennium Park.  Seasonal fun is all around the city with shopping, theatre, many museums & exhibits, and plenty of indoor fun including swimming at the heated lap pool.

Reserve time for family fun in Chicago with ice skating experience included for a limited time.

Call Dibs on Ice Skating at Millennium Park

Package includes the following:

  • Overnight accommodations
  • 2 non-dated, non-timed passes to the ice rink at Millennium Park
  • 2 complimentary skate rentals to the ice rink at Millennium Park

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Make a Splash

Dive into fun at the into, heated lap pool for splashy fun this winter.  Then, grab a bite from Herb N’ Kitchen to fuel up before heading out for fun to nearby winter activities and fun.  Adventure awaits!

 

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Gourmet to Take Away

Stop by Herb N’ Kitchen for gourmet items on-the-go including from scratch, house-made pizza, artisan sandwiches, paninis and a selection of local brews, wine and mix & go cocktails.

Place your order online for take-away to your guest room!

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CALLING DIBS IS A CHICAGO TRADITION

Chicago Dibs, it’s a long-revered Chicago tradition.  “Dibs” refers to the practice of holding a shovelled-out parking space after a snowfall by placing chairs, laundry baskets, or other items in the street to mark the claimed space. The unwritten rule of Dibs is that it expires after 48 hours.
In 2002, Mayor Richard M. Daley declared his support. “He believes that if you shovel out a parking place in a snowstorm, it’s only responsible of other neighbours to be considerate,” City Hall said. In his 2015 race, Mayor Rahm Emanuel followed Daley’s line, asserting that he believes in “sweat equity.”