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The 70th World Science Fiction Convention
August 30-September 3, 2012   Hyatt Regency   Chicago
Page Contents 1. Party Rules
2. Suite Rates
3. FAQ

Parties & Suites

Hotel block cutoff is August 10 for suites and rooms! After that date reservations are subject to availability

Chicon 7's Suite and Party Maven is Lea Farr. You can reach her for general questions about parties at

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Lea and her staff will also handle arrangements for reserving any suites (party or nonparty) at the convention. All suites have to be reserved through the convention through email to

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Let us know the use of the suite and what suite type you would like. (See the list of sizes and prices below.) Party suites will be in the East Tower. We will assign suites as of March 31, 2012, among requests received through that date and will confirm your arrangements by April 30, 2012. Note that you can reserve for one or more nights (that is, you don't have to reserve for all nights of the convention), so let us know what dates you want to reserve.

Party Rules
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A few general rules and info on parties:

Suite Rates
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Hyatt Regency suite diagrams and information

Suite rates include one bedroom beyond the parlor (except for the Junior Suites, which have a bed in the parlor). Additional bedrooms connecting to the suite, if any are available, are $145 per night plus tax (will be 16.4%). All rates shown in the table are excluding tax.

FAQ
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Sleeping Rooms

Rates shown including one separate sleeping room for all suites except for the Junior Suites. Those rooms do not include a separate sleeping room.

Suite Reservations

All suites must be reserved through the convention directly. Please contact the Party and Suite Maven to be included on the list of those requesting a suite. Please do not contact the hotel directly to reserve a suite.

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