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(Booking requests must be asked by our hotel guest who goes to the restaurant.) - Booking requests can be taken ONLY up to 3 restaurants.
Free late check out :Express check-in (only your signature is required at check in). If there is vacancy upon your arrival, we could extend the check-out time.( however, we can not affirm the late check out before you arrive, since it depends on the vacancy upon your arrival)Late check out until pm, 30% from our basic rate Late check out until pm, 50 % from our basic rate We are able to accept parcels/ luggage.(however we do not accept cash on delivery).Please ask the receptionist at any time if you need the refrigerator/freezer.Complimentary wireless internet connection is available in our hotel.Cancellation policies: If reservation is cancelled after 12 pm( local time) on the arrival date, there will be a penalty charge: 100% charge for the 1st night.If reservation is cancelled before this time, no cancellation fee will incur.The plaza, once one of the most popular malls in the Chicago area, closed May 31, 2013.
(Review file photo) After more than 60 years of business in the local community, The Plaza in Evergreen Park will close the doors of its interior mall on May 31.
Carson’s, Planet Fitness, Enterprise and Applebee’s have long-term leases and will remain open for business, according to Evergreen Plaza Managing General Partner Bruce Provo.
Provo said the economics of running a 920,000-square-foot retail center with few existing tenants prompted the closure of the interior mall.
An effort has been made to have a balance between adequate time for tenants to liquidate inventory and relocate with the timing of any public announcement that would prematurely destroy customer traffic.” In March, The Beverly Review reported that Tampa-based De Bartolo Development LLC was in negotiations to purchase the $20-million bank note of The Plaza, which went into foreclosure in 2011.
Jay Adams, a development officer with De Bartolo, said in March that once the sale of the note on the property was finalized, De Bartolo planned to demolish most of the existing buildings and spend approximately $111 million to redevelop the property as a 450,000-square-foot retail center that includes a big-box tenant surrounded by smaller stores.
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