Win Free Stay at Chicago’s First Green Hotel




The Hotel Felix, Chicago’s first eco-friendly and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver-certified hotel, is offering Natural Awakenings readers a chance to win a one-night stay with deluxe accommodation at the four-star, eco-friendly lodging.

The Hotel Felix delivers an enriching experience that not only benefits the guests, but the environment, as well. It opened in 2009 after an extensive redevelopment of a 1926 building, using organic materials and renewable resources. The 225-room boutique hotel is located just steps from the Magnificent Mile and Loop, surrounded by many of Chicago’s renowned attractions, popular restaurants, bars and world-class entertainment.


Location: 111 W. Huron St. For more information and reservations, call 877-848-4040 or visit HotelFelixChicago.com. Contest ends: June 15, 2013. Enter at NAChicagoNorth.com/CHI/Contests. Some restrictions apply. All taxes, fees, tips, meals and additional charges are the sole responsibility of the winner.

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