Location. Hotel Bollero is located in Palatine's Schaumburg Northwest neighborhood, close to Arlington International Racecourse, Metropolis Performing Arts Center, and North School Park. Nearby points of interest also include Palatine Hills Golf Course and Arlington Lakes Golf Club.
Hotel Features. Recreational amenities include a fitness facility. This 3 star property has a 24 hour business center and offers a meeting/conference room and business services. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. Self parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include multilingual staff, gift shops/newsstands, and laundry facilities.
Guestrooms. 116 air conditioned guestrooms at Hotel Bollero feature minibars and CD players. Beds come with premium bedding. Bathrooms feature showers, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. In addition to desks and safes, guestrooms offer multi line phones with voice mail, as well as free local calls (restrictions may apply). Televisions have cable channels and pay movies. Windows that open, irons/ironing boards, and clock radios are also provided. Housekeeping is offered daily and guests may request wake up calls.
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