New Years Eve (Part 2 of 3)

More from my ABC 7 appearance.

Indianapolis, IN - Just a road trip away for those who want to leave town for a few days and stay away from those crazy airport lines - experience a newly redesigned hotel just a short distance away and indulge in a bit of luxury while ringing in the New Year!


Stay at the Hyatt Regency - The hotel is proud to have completely redesigned its guest rooms with over $6.5 million in floor to ceiling improvements. Each of the 497 tastefully appointed guest rooms feature exceptional amenities such as luxurious quilted top mattresses, marble bathrooms, flexible workstations with ample lighting, An award winning staff is both friendly and efficient, welcoming you to the most centrally located hotel in Indy - Just 10 minutes away from the local airport, connected to Circle Center Mall and the Indiana Convention Center and within walking distance to downtown, Hyatt is the perfect choice to stay in the center of it all.

Chicago - You want to experience the fun and great nightlife your very own town of Chicago has to offer but you don't want to have to worry about the traffic and getting to and fro NYE weekend... stay in a fabulous hotel right in downtown! Plus you can shop by day and eat at world-renown restaurants by night - Chicago is a perfect NYE

Stay at Hotel Monaco- Located along the banks of the Chicago River in Chicago's central business area and the theater district, the Hotel Monaco is three blocks from the fashionable shops of the Magnificent Mile. Once a hat factory built in 1912, the Hotel Monaco welcomes guests to its atrium-style lobby sanctuary, complete with French Deco furniture, marbled floors, antique rugs and plush seating in front of an inviting fireplace. At check-in, a Hotel Monaco signature trademark features a bowl of glimmering goldfish, something each guest is encouraged to take to guestrooms for the duration of the visit. The hotel features a hosted evening wine reception with tarot
card and palm readers, handwriting analysis, chair massages and old-fashioned board games. The 192 contemporary guestrooms of the Hotel Monaco are washed in red and gold, and off-set by sunburst-shaped mirrors, meditation window seats and mini-bars. Buddy
Guy's on South Wabash St. (nearby) features some of the best in national blues acts. This live music spot is frequented by members of the Rolling Stones who make surprise stage appearances.