Maverick Hotels and Restaurants to Manage Crowne Plaza Chicago SW Burr Ridge

USA, Chicago, Illinois. July 15, 2019

Maverick Hotels and Restaurants, a full-service third-party hotel management company, announced today that it has been awarded the management contract for the Crowne Plaza Chicago SW Burr Ridge hotel in Burr Ridge, IL. Robert Habeeb, Founder and CEO of Maverick, made the announcement.

Located at 300 S Frontage Road, the newly renovated hotel features modern guest rooms complete with premium bedding, blackout drapes, 43-inch LCD televisions with premium channels, large desks with ergonomic chairs and free Wi-Fi internet access.

Other highlights include the hotel's popular Sip & Savor restaurant and bar which features a full bar and offers a complete hot breakfast buffet and creative, chef-driven cuisine; fully equipped health and fitness center; a sparkling atrium indoor swimming pool; and 8,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space.

The hotel is close to a variety of restaurants, unique shopping, world-class spas, and just minutes from downtown Chicago and both O'Hare and Midway airports and offers shuttles to the airports and surrounding areas.

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