Destination Hotels, Joie de Vivre, Alila Hotels and Thompson Hotels

Donna Cohen

I have decades of experience creating and producing online marketing. I left the corporate world to work independently with people who need help establishing and maintaining their online presence. Not everyone knows how, has the aptitude, or time to learn how to use online marketing tools, and nor should they have to try. Those people who need help and/or don't want an in-house marketing team work with me. Each client has different needs, goals and expectations. I do custom work for each of my clients. I get to know each person and know their voice, their style, rhythm and budget. 

I have a large skill set that covers the range of tasks for online marketing. It is both easy and cost efficient to work directly with me. I can get the whole job done. 

Website Design, Build and Optimization, SEO, Keywords, Hashtags, PhotoShop, Email Marketing and Newsletters - Mailchimp, Google Forms (Registration & Surveys), Survey Monkey, SquareSpace, Wordpress, Square, Twitter, Blogger, Tumblr, PowerPoint, Acrobat, Facebook Ads, Pinterest, Instagram, Word, ePub, Excel, Audience Development, and more.

Book Production; Print and eBook, Design, coding, Marketing and building Audiences.

28 Boutique Hotels in the US, Canada and Europe

“Elegance And Modern Luxury” On The Magnificent Mile, A Luxury Collection Hotel - Chicago, IL

The Gwen

Located in River North along the Magnificent Mile, The Gwen does that fusing of “elegance and modern luxury” thing. Located in the McGraw-Hill Building, and “adorned” (I applaud them on using the word “adorned” in their PR) with panels created in 1929, The Gwen celebrates the energy and glamour of Chicago in the Art Deco era and is themed around art and the 1930s. 


The 300-room Gwen has 15 meeting rooms and more than 15,000 square feet of meeting space. A couple of cool features… The Terrace Rooftop with amazing skyline views overlooking the Magnificent Mile and the 16th floor, Grand Terrace Suite that can hold up to 75 guests.

OK, I admit, this next one is not really an Art Deco style hotel (and I forgive them for that), but… it definitely has it’s own historic thing going (with some deco elements mixed in).