Why celebrities gravitate to the Peninsula Hotel is simple, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Thursday. Since opening in 2001, the hotel provides the high level of service, state-of-the-art amenities and top-drawer security stars crave in keeping out of the public eye and the photographers' lens.
The couple requested nothing out of the ordinary for their estimated two-week stay.
"(They) are totally low maintenance and keep completely to themselves," a source told the Sun-Times, adding they just wanted information such as the nearest hospital emergency room, pharmacy and restaurants with kitchens that stayed open late.
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