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Old Posted Jun 25, 2020, 3:14 PM
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Originally Posted by sentinel View Post
It depends on the hotel/situation. Most hotels have surface or first floor back of house and loading docks for easy access delivery of goods, laundry services, etc. Although there are some hotels in Chicago that have lower levels/basements (such as the Radisson Blu in the Aqua, the Fairmont, the Renaissance) all of which benefit from being adjacent to lower Wacker which provides back of house ease of access, away from busy streets above where loading docks would be tricky to do.
An example of a hotel in Chicago with a basement not extended to below street grade would be the Home2Suites at 110 W Huron.
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