Luxury Hotels

Unless otherwise stated, all hotels accept credit cards, have private bathrooms, air con, non-smoking rooms, and rooms with DA

  1. Ritz-Carlton

    The Ritz has it all – superior service, an award-winning dining room, spa, and state-of-the-art-business facilities. Impressive views complement the classic furnishings and fine art in its spacious guest rooms, but it’s the little things, like Bulgari toiletries and toys and cookies for the kids that puts it in a league of its own.

  2. Four Seasons

    Expect the best in this grand hotel –possibly Chicago’s most elegant. Lavish rooms command sweeping city and lake views, and the award-winning Seasons restaurant is a must try.

  3. Peninsula Chicago

    Understated elegance sums up this hotel. Large, earth-toned rooms have dressing areas, and a steam-free TV screen and hands-free telephone is found in every bathroom. Floor-to-ceiling windows dramatize the lobby, where afternoon tea is accompanied by live classical music.

  4. The Drake

    Popular with visiting celebrities and royalty, this is the grande dame of Chicago hotels, which effortlessly blends modern convenience with the charm of days gone by. Each of the 535 tastefully decorated rooms and suites is unique: many offer breathtaking views.

  5. Sofitel Chicago Water Tower

    This sleek, striking, ultra-modern hotel opened in 2003. Spectacular views, sumptuous feather beds, and private baths and showers feature in every room. Plus there is a24-hour fitness center.

  6. Park Hyatt

    Original contemporary art, rich woods, and warm tones create comfortable and tranquil public and private areas at this elegant boutique hotel. The state-of-the-art rooms feature furniture designed by Mies van der Rohe.

  7. Fairmont

    Overlooking Grant Park and Lake Michigan, the Fairmont features large, comfortably furnished rooms that include high-speed internet access, dressing areas, and marble bathrooms.

  8. Renaissance Chicago Hotel

    On the south bank of the Chicago River, this 27-storey hotel affords amazing city views. Inviting guest rooms feature muted colors and warm woods, and there are spa packages available for men and women.

  9. Inter-Continental Chicago

    One of the city’s most luxurious hotels, which mixes historic charm with contemporary elegance. This former men’s club  has stunning public rooms, including a swimming pool, and very comfortable guest rooms.

  10. Conrad Chicago

    Simple elegance and contemporary décor are features of this luxury hotel. In addition to 311 guestrooms and suites, there is The Restaurant at Conrad, The Terrace at Conrad, and Rendez-Vous (a stylish lounge).

Historic Hotels

Unless otherwise stated, all hotels accept credit cards, have private bathrooms, air con, non-smoking rooms, and rooms with DA

  1. The Hilton Chicago

    When it opened in 1927 The Hilton was the world’s largest hotel. Popular with US presidents, it oozes opulence – especially the Versailles-inspired Grand Ballroom. The Executive Class King Lakeview rooms offer the best views.

    The Hilton Chicago
  2. Palmer House Hilton

    Palmer House, recently renovated, has been an elegant fixture in the heart of the Loop for over 125 years. Extravagant frescoes decorate the ornate lobby’s ceiling, while the guest rooms are subtly elegant. The hotel even has its own upscale shopping arcade.

  3. Hotel Burnham

    The Reliance Building – a handsome example of the Chicago School of architecture – was reborn as the boutique Hotel Burnham in 1999. Plush rooms are decorated in gold and blue, some with great views. A complimentary wine reception is held every evening.

  4. Omni Ambassador East

    In its heyday, this lavish hotel hosted stars such as Frank Sinatra and Liza Minelli. Comfortable rooms sport dark wood furniture and chintz furnishings; public areas, such as the Pump Room, are more impressive.

  5. The Talbott

    Enjoy the quiet elegance of this small, family-owned, European-style hotel. The Victorian parlor-like lobby and atmospheric Basil’s bar and café offer a chance to unwind, and the 149 guest rooms and suites are large and welcoming.

  6. Allerton Hotel

    Originally a residential hotel, the Allerton has a high-ceilinged, 1940s-inspired lobby, and large, traditional guest rooms with marble baths and lots of amenities. Don’t miss the panorama from the 25th floor.

  7. The Whitehall

    A quiet, understated European ambience has permeated this hotel since it opened in 1928. The 221 guest rooms combine elegant tradition with mod cons, and the Presidential Suite was a favorite of Katherine Hepburn. Check out the Fornetto Mei restaurant with its menu of neo-Milanese cuisine and thin-crust specialty pizzas.

  8. The Raphael

    This former nurses’ residence, built in the 1920s, now aptly bills itself as a quaint little hotel with old-world charm. The general effect is light and spacious, though some of the rooms and furnishings are a little tired.

  9. The Tremont

    An inviting fireplace welcomes you at this 1920s-built hotel, where guest rooms are small but comfortable; some have antique furniture and four-posters. Mike Ditka’s restaurant is famous for its steaks and the collection of sports memorabilia.

  10. Millennium Knickerbocker

    This hotel, once owned by Playboy Magazine, has hosted guests as famous as John Kennedy and Al Capone. Its 1930s lobby holds the Martini Bar (with live music most days), and the guest rooms exude a timeless elegance.

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