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  • 1
    The Palmer House Hilton

    The Palmer House Hilton

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    29 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    so many conferences, ... so many memories (smokes and chocolate martinis with Seth Kahn and friends!! ... ghosts in the hallways ... and fabulous video shot in various key hotel locations!!

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    Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago

    Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago

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    23 reviews
    Excellent! - 94% of guests recommend

    If, like me, you’ve ever felt your vacation was wearing a bit long because you hadn’t been able to cook for a while, the executive suite at the Trump Towers is also made for you. Even if you just want to scramble your own eggs of a morning rather than spend $20. This place has a heavenly huge kitchen, with ...

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    InterContinental Chicago

    InterContinental Chicago

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    22 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Perfect location to everything. Minutes from Navy Pier, CTA, Millennium Park, and more. We got upgraded because it was my birthday and anniversary. Rooms were really small and not the best decor. It was cheap and we were never in the room. Lobby was really nice.

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    The Peninsula Chicago

    The Peninsula Chicago

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    19 reviews
    Excellent! - 95% of guests recommend

    Yes, the rooms are super comfortable with luxuriant linens and small-apartment sized bathrooms. Yes, the service deserves its “legendary” label, complete with throwback bellman and valet uniforms that make you feel like you’re living in the golden age of travel. But the thing that draws me back to the Peninsula like a moth to the flame is their spa. The ...

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    The Drake

    The Drake

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    19 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    When we walked into the Drake Hotel, I was overwhelmed with emotion. When you walk in your surrounded by history. While the hotel has been renovated and somewhat modernized, it has maintained its 1920s elegant feel. I felt like our hotel was one of the Sights on our trip. Imagining Princess Diana walking in the lobby years ago was a ...

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    theWit, a Doubletree Hotel

    theWit, a Doubletree Hotel

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    14 reviews

    Because it’s a Doubletree, you get the chocolate chip cookie and you can use your rewards points. But because it’s their new boutique brand, you also get a glitz-chic interior and a hip rooftop bar (named ROOF) that lots of non-guests are willing to spend a lot of time waiting in line to visit. Decide for yourself whether that’s a ...

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    Waldorf Astoria Chicago

    Waldorf Astoria Chicago

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    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    A-mazing! Close to Le Colonial & Barney's (BEST men's store!)

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    The James Chicago - Magnificent Mile

    The James Chicago - Magnificent Mile

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    13 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    The James Hotel is super well located, a few steps away from the Magnificent Mile and subway stations. I was lucky to be upgraded to a suite and I paid a super good price for my room. My room was well appointed and I loved the books on Chicago that you can find in the room. Close to fabulous shopping, ...

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    Hyatt Regency Chicago

    Hyatt Regency Chicago

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    16 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Awesome city. I was here on business, though.

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    W Chicago Lakeshore

    W Chicago Lakeshore

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    14 reviews

    This is a great hotel with beautiful views of the Lake and Navy Pier. It can be quite windy because you are by the water but it's a short cab ride from the Loop and Rush Street if you are going to dine at any restaurants there. The restaurant Wave is excellent and the concierge team can recommend some wonderful ...

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    Hard Rock Hotel Chicago

    Hard Rock Hotel Chicago

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    14 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Beautifully restored building. The hotel is gorgeous and very chic! The food was excellent. Highly recommend!

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    Park Hyatt Chicago

    Park Hyatt Chicago

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    11 reviews
    Excellent! - 94% of guests recommend

    As with all their properties, this is a luxe hotel with top notch service and gorgeous modern amenities. Located across from the Water Tower and John Hancock Center, so ask for a room facing east. You'll also be able to get a view of the lake. Enjoy a meal or drinks at their restaurant NoMi, which is on the 7th ...

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    Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

    Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

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    10 reviews
    Excellent! - 94% of guests recommend

    From one the window of a spacious corner suite on the 34th floor, I must have had one of the best views of anyone in the city of the Chicago Air and Water Show’s southern terminus at Oakton Street Beach. The other window wall looked straight up the Miracle Mile. I was so well-located for seeing the sights, in fact, ...

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    Sofitel Chicago Water Tower

    Sofitel Chicago Water Tower

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    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    excellent hotel, nice rooms, its one of the best in Chicago.

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    MileNorth

    MileNorth

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    9 reviews

    Great location. Very close to the magnificent mile and next to the legendary pizza spot.

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    Hotel Chicago Downtown

    Hotel Chicago Downtown

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    9 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    I wasn't very impressed with Hotel Sax. It shares a driveway with the House of Blues, and just walking up to the front entrance made me feel a little claustrophobic. Inside, the lobby is nice, but its decor (pretty fancy) doesn't quite match up with the feel of the guestrooms. Rooms are kind of drab, the decor is almost cheesy ...

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    Omni  Chicago Hotel

    Omni Chicago Hotel

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    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    The vibe here is business professional, but the outgoing staff made me feel right at home. Rooms are spacious and well appointed. For stellar views of Michigan Avenue and the lake, ask for a room facing east on one of the higher floors. Guests also have access to a gym, complete with pool and hot tub. Even if you're not ...

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    Hotel Palomar Chicago

    Hotel Palomar Chicago

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    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    This is the cutest, modern, chic boutique hotel in Chicago. I stumbled upon this while browsing around State St and found their lobby to be significantly more happening on a random Tuesday night (abide this was during a holiday weekend) than any other place. I got curious and walked into this amazingly setup lobby with a wanna-be fire place! The ...

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    W Chicago - City Center

    W Chicago - City Center

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    10 reviews
    Good! - 77% of guests recommend

    This W is one of the older W properties and you can definitely tell. The hotel is in a prime location and when i checked in, the lobby was very active and lively. The hotel room had the sexiness that i love in the W brand. The room service was a little above average and the service was prompt and ...

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    Hotel Lincoln, a Joie de Vivre Hotel

    Hotel Lincoln, a Joie de Vivre Hotel

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    7 reviews

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Chicago Hotel Insider
Each year, about 30 million visitors head to Chicago to explore the Midwest’s most vibrant, bustling metropolis, ready to explore its urban parks, world-class museums, great spectator sports, cutting edge theater, and, of course, stunning Lake Michigan. An added perk is the diversity of the city’s neighborhoods, where you can explore everything from stately Victorian mansions to revitalized warehouses that now host some of the city’s coolest restaurants and nightclubs. It’s no surprise that Chicago was rated one of the top destinations in the U.S. by Gogobot users.

Luxury Hotels in Chicago
Many major hotels are concentrated in the Loop, close to Chi-Town’s most popular attractions including Millennium Park, the Navy Pier, the Willis Center, and the Magnificent Mile. The Drake Hotel Chicago, located on the Magnificent Mile, has long played host to visiting royalty and other celebrities. Another iconic Windy City hotel is the Palmer House, situated in the Loop and dating back to the 1870s. Another notable establishment is the Congress Plaza Hotel on Michigan Ave., known for its historic past and stunning architecture. There’s also the much lauded ACME Hotel Company with its minimalist furnishings, wacky artwork, and attentive staff. Or try the James Hotel Chicago for a little bit of pet-friendly flair. Most of the city’s notable hotels offer excellent amenities, ranging from fitness rooms, free continental breakfast, and indoor pools to indulgent spas that pamper guests with a huge menu of treatments. Chicago is a foodie’s dream, with culinary offerings that go well beyond the iconic deep dish pizza. Many of the city’s hotels also boast excellent restaurants, like the trendy NoMI Kitchen at the Park Hyatt or the iconic Palm Court at the Drake, where the afternoon tea is rumored to rival the British.

Hotels by Neighborhood
Regardless of the time of year of your visit, there’s plenty to see and do in Chicago. The city’s lovely Millennium Park is one of the newer attractions, situated in the Loop area of the city. It opened in 2004 and includes pavilions and amphitheaters for concerts, and is close to many hotels, including the Westin Michigan Avenue and Hilton Chicago. The Shedd Aquarium is a perfect place to bring the kiddos, and the Art Institute of Chicago is packed with iconic paintings. If it’s a great view you are after, try the W Hotel Chicago, which overlooks Lake Michigan and is only steps away from Navy Pier. Another lodging with views of the lake is the Essex Inn Chicago, located within easy walking distance of many of the city’s best attractions.

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