Hot Off The Press

Hot Off The Press

The Latest Virgin Hotels Press

We’re making headlines, and we’re having fun doing it. Here’s a look at the latest Virgin Hotels news, industry buzz and good vibes coming our way.

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“Virgin Hotels Chicago has fast become our readers' favorite since it opened its doors in 2015.”

-Condé Nast Traveler
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“The most memorable feature, however, is that the room feels surprisingly spacious, never cramped.”

-Cool Hunting
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“The room is designed to allow for comfortable lounging or work."

-Fast Company
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“Branson’s hotel had officially showed me—and the working women around me—a good time.”

-Bloomberg
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“Branson's Virgin Group is trying to give business travelers an alternative to large, impersonal hotels...”

-USA Today
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“Everything about its cheeky design is intended to delight and inspire, from the building itself (a restored 1920s Art Deco landmark) to unexpected in-room perks...”

-Refinery29
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“The 250-room property includes the Commons Club: a bar, lounge, relaxed work zone and restaurant with the vibe of a private club but open to all.”

-The New York Times
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“In classic Virgin style, their hotel experience takes the assumed, ordinary details and makes them something extraordinary and unexpected.”

-Forbes
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“No need to hold out on the adorable Smeg mini-bar: The prices are comparable to what you’d pay at a nearby drugstore.”

-Condé Nast Traveler
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“Virgin’s First Hotel Got Rid of Everything We Hate About Hotels”

-Yahoo
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“The Virgin Hotel encourages a type of work-life balance in which business travelers can be productive while sipping on cocktails...”

-Inc.
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“The 26-story, 250-room hotel has also embraced technology, with no traditional check-in desk and rooms powered by the Virgin Hotels app.”

-Daily Mail
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"The jaw-dropper that will make you feel as though you're in a fancy hotel is the Commons Club, a bar-restaurant that sits on what was the floor of a former bank.“

-LA Times
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