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Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers
301 East North Water Street
Chicago, IL  60611
(312) 464-1000

Located in the heart of downtown Chicago the Sheraton Hotel and Towers is within easy walking distance of such famous Chicago attractions as Navy Pier, the Magnificent Mile, and the Loop Business District. It is just a ½-hour cab ride from O'Hare International Airport and Midway Airport.

Special group rates for ASIS conference attendees are available of: $188 for a standard single/double room; $208 for a club level single/double room; and $228 for a tower level single/double room There are a limited number of rooms available at this special rate, so call today to reserve your spot! To make a reservation, call 1-800-233-4100. Be sure to state that you are attending the ASIS conference and would like the special ASIS group rate.

Welcome To Chicago!

From stunning architecture to lake front parks to vibrant ethnic neighborhoods Chicago offers a wide range of attractions, all within easy reach of our conference site in the heart of downtown. 

Whether your tastes run to art, music, dancing, shopping, sports, history, haute cuisine or all of the above—Chicago provides a dazzling array of choices. Stroll the halls of the world-famous Art Institute, watch NBA Rookie of the Year Elton Brand ply his trade at the United Center, ride the Ferris wheel at Navy Pier, browse the wide array of stores on the Magnificent Mile, or dance the night away on Division Street.

The options are virtually endless. So when the conference day is through, lock up your laptop, click off your cell phone and take some time to enjoy Chicago's unsurpassed beauty and world-class entertainment.

Cultural Attractions
Chicago has a rich cultural heritage evidenced by its famous museums, internationally renowned symphony, and historical architectural landmarks, like the Buckingham Fountain and the Sears Tower. Here is just a sample of the offerings available to you.

The Art Institute of Chicago has one of the world's finest art collections, including famous French Impressionist paintings and drawings, fine and decorative arts from around the world; photography, textiles and architectural works.

The Museum of Science and Industry offers hands-on science fun for children of all ages. Touch, create and explore more than 800 interactive exhibits.

The Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum fuels the imagination of its visitors with all new
exhibits and state-of-the-art computer technology.

Shedd Aquarium/Oceanarium is the world's largest indoor aquarium with more than 6,000 aquatic animals representing more than 700 species from all parts of the world.

Enjoy the smooth sounds of some of the finest jazz and blues in the world. Laugh to your heart's content at one of the legendary comedy clubs that have given birth to a generation of stars. Rock, country, swing, whatever your interest, Chicago's huge assortment of night clubs and dance spots has something for everyone.

Drawing on its rich multicultural heritage Chicago offers dining experiences for every palate, with cuisine from around the world, including Cajun, Chinese, Irish, Greek, Romanian and more. Or enjoy the city's pride and joy—deep-dish, Chicago-style pizza.

Shopper's Paradise
From State Street to the Magnificent Mile Chicago is a shopper's paradise. Visit such famous Chicago institutions as the flagship stores of Marshall Field's or Carson Pirie Scott. Stroll Neiman Marcus, Chanel, Mark Shale and Tiffany & Co. Or check out the hundreds of specialty shops including art galleries, jewelers, and more.

Watch the Chicago Bulls' rising young stars Elton Brand and Ron Artest at the spectacular United Center or stay through the weekend and watch the revitalized Chicago Bears take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on November 19 at historic Soldier Field. 

Getting Around
Getting around Chicago via public or private transportation is relatively easy and inexpensive. Downtown you can use the city's free trolley system or take the El, for a truly Chicago experience.

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