The first thing you’ll notice about hotels in Chicago is the price tag.

The city has seen an average of almost $20,000 increase in hotel rooms per person since January.

That’s up from just $10,000 before the hike, according to the Chicago hotel industry association.

The hike has also led to an uptick in hotel occupancy.

A hotel is now considered one of the “golden” rooms in the hotel market, with more people choosing to stay in them than those in the non-hotel spaces.

In the coming years, hotels will likely see an uptick as people come to the city for their own personal use or for holiday and other special events.

“In the hotel industry, we have seen a tremendous increase in occupancy over the last year and we expect the hotel room market to continue to grow,” said Richard Kornblum, president and CEO of the Illinois Hotel Association.

“Our industry is seeing a significant expansion in the number of hotels, with room occupancy going up significantly over the past year and that will continue.”

In addition to increasing occupancy, the hotel rooms have also seen an uptick of the people staying there.

A study conducted by TripAdvisor in January found that the number who were staying at a hotel in Chicago rose by 5.4% in the last month of 2016.

The study also found that there were a total of 4.5 million rooms booked in Chicago, up by 3.3% over the previous year.

Chicagoans are now more likely to stay at hotels, which has led to a spike in hotel room occupancy.

The rise in occupancy also has led some hotels to increase their rates, and many hotels have even gone above $2,000 per room, according a study from The Economist.

But hotel owners are also getting ready for a long and hot winter.

This is the first time in history that temperatures are going to be below zero at night, and there are many reasons for that.

Chicago is also going to see temperatures drop significantly during the holidays, which means a lot of people are going out and enjoying themselves.

The warmer temperatures could mean a decrease in hotel stays.

But the real news is that the hotel business is booming in Chicago.

Chicago had the third highest occupancy rate of any major American city in December 2016, according the National Association of Realtors.

The number of hotel rooms is expected to reach 1.3 million by the end of the year.

And the city is seeing some of the highest occupancy rates in the country.

The median occupancy rate in Chicago in January was just $2.38 per room.

That was up by nearly 5% from the previous month.