Conrad Chicago hotel offering rooms for $11.14 a night, starting Tuesday

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 05:58:30 AM. Conrad Chicago turns 1 year old Tuesday, and the hotel is marking the occasion by giving customers a present: overnight stays for $11.14. (Get it? Nov. 14?)

Conrad Chicago turns 1 year old Tuesday, and the hotel is marking the occasion by giving customers a present: overnight stays for $11.14.

Get it? Nov. 14. $11.14.  

The drastically reduced rate at the , 101 E. Erie St., will be available for stays between Nov. 15 and March 31, with the exception of some blackout dates. 

The $11.14 sale price is limited to three rooms per night, for a total of 384 rooms over the course of the eligible time period.

Once those three rooms sell out, the hotel will offer another special rate — $111.40 — for available standard king and queen rooms. (The 287-room hotel, which is part of the Hilton chain, includes 88 standard kings and 79 queens.) Rates typically start at $235 a night during this time frame. 

How do you get a piece of the action?

The special rates go live at 11 a.m. Tuesday. You have to book by phone: Call 312-667-6700 and ask for reservations. Reference the group code "1YEAR."

Update as of 11 a.m. Tuesday: When you call that number, an automated recording is directing people to either press 1 to book the flash sale or call 844-676-2522. Be prepared to get a busy signal.

Another update, at 12 p.m. Tuesday: A Conrad spokesperson said they've received an "overwhelming number of calls" and only have a few nights left at the $11.14 rate. She added that the secondary offer of $111.40 is still available and can be booked online via this link: 

The booking window for the flash sale will only be open for 24 hours; the offer expires at 11 a.m. Wednesday. 

Don't get greedy: Stays are limited to one night only. 

A percentage of the proceeds will go to , an education-focused nonprofit group that helps at-risk children. 

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