A Buyer's Market and Plenty of New Construction in the Midwest Mean Better Value for Groups.
When snow and ice move into the Midwest, all is set for skiing, tobogganing, and indoor parties. But the Great Lakes don't freeze up — and neither do reasons for groups to book this area. After the boom of 2007, when room rates and facilities construction skyrocketed, the economic downturn has been a shock, but supply should soon bring more reasonable (and negotiable) prices for groups in Midwest cities. In Chicago, glass viewing decks added in June at the top of the Sears Tower (since ...
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