— Reservations are now being accepted at the Illinois Beach Hotel
at Illinois Beach State Park in Lake County.
The property, which features 92 hotel rooms and a restaurant, will be open to the public this summer. The hotel was facing closure due to an almost year-long hiatus. Guestroom reservations will be available for arrival just in time for the holiday weekend.
Under new management, the property is receiving an interior renovation, including all new lobby and guestroom furnishings. The rooms will have a beachy feel. It will also feature comfortable Serta mattresses, as well as amenities such as new LCD TVs, coffee makers, and hair dryers.
King and queen guestrooms are available for rent. There will also be two-room suites that have a living room with microwaves, refrigerators, and a game table.
The hotel will have a soft opening starting July 1 and will begin taking reservations for limited hotel rooms on June 27. Nolan’s Restaurant will be open to the public and will offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
“We are thrilled about the opportunity to reopen the Illinois Beach Hotel and its new restaurant, Nolan’s,” said general manager Jason Smith. “Our desire is to support and enhance the community by bringing back events such as Sunday and holiday brunches, as well as offering a few new and interesting dining and entertainment concepts. We want folks to know our hospitality extends beyond just our out-of-town guests, and that we are grateful to be able to serve the local community as a whole.”
Dinner reservations for July 1 and beyond are available starting June 27 by calling (224) 259-2600. For the first few weeks, Nolan’s will serve from a limited menu. A reservationist will be available from 9 a.m. through 6 p.m. daily.
About the Illinois Beach Hotel
Beach Hotel, as well as Starved Rock Lodge and White Pines Lodge, are all proud properties of ExplorUS. ExplorUS is a hospitality management company with more than 50 properties across the United States.
Anyone interested in working for the Illinois Beach Hotel or another property within the ExplorUS family should visit www.goExplorUs.com.
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