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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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    PUBLIC Chicago

    PUBLIC Chicago

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    4 reviews

    Foodie options at this swanky hotel include the Pump Room restaurant headed by James Beard award winning chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and the lobby minibar, which features samplings of local favorites like Garrett popcorn and Cora Lee candies. If you book a suite, you get a $100 food and dining credit.

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    Doubletree Hotel Chicago Magnificent Mile

    Doubletree Hotel Chicago Magnificent Mile

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    6 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    The first thing I noticed about the Doubletree was the hot pink wall right when you walk in the lobby. It's so bright and gives the hotel a fun, playful vibe. A glowing blue bar packed with people also contributed to the funky ambiance, while a grand staircase leading to the meeting rooms and banquet halls kept it feeling luxurious. ...

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    The Peninsula Chicago

    The Peninsula Chicago

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    19 reviews
    Excellent! - 95% of guests recommend

    This hotel is a favorite for foodies for two reasons: Chef Lee Wolen's The Lobby, which boasts some of the best roast chicken in the city, and the all-you-can-eat weekend chocolate buffet.

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    MileNorth

    MileNorth

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    9 reviews

    Formerly the Affinia Hotel, MileNorth is a newly renovated hotel and it definitely shows. With the renovation, a new restaurant, Ferris

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    Chicago's Essex Inn

    Chicago's Essex Inn

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    5 reviews
    Good! - 76% of guests recommend

    The Essex Inn is a gem! I've seen their bright red sign from Grant Park hundreds of times, but never thought to look inside. I'm so glad I did. On Michigan Avenue, it's easy to overlook this smaller hotel for some more recognizable names. But it's a better value and the interior is nearly as nice as its neighbors. Like ...

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    Holiday Inn Chicago - Mart Plaza

    Holiday Inn Chicago - Mart Plaza

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    2 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    I was a little bit confused about how to get to this hotel from the outside since you have to walk down alongside the river quite a ways, but it's a lovely, scenic walk past the Merchandise Mart Hall of Fame and the Chicago River. I've always loved the bridges that connect the city over the river so I didn't ...

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    The Drake

    The Drake

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    19 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    I have never stayed at the Drake, however I have ate New Year's Day brunch there. It was fantastic and the ambiance at the hotel only added to the experience.

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    Conrad Chicago

    Conrad Chicago

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    8 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    Directly linked to the North Bridge shopping center (with 50 stores, a Nordstrom, and 20 restaurants), you don't even need to step outside to shop Michigan Avenue, which is a serious perk during the harsh Chicago winters. Rooms are nicely sized, decorated in a neutral palette of whites and tans. The hotel offers free WiFi, a rarity for upscale lodging, ...

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    Hotel Indigo Chicago Downtown Gold Coast

    Hotel Indigo Chicago Downtown Gold Coast

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    6 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Hotel Indigo's decor is a little kitschy for my taste, but I really liked the space despite it. The rooms are so welcoming; it's the kind of place you'd want to stay at if you planned to spend some time in the room hanging out, reading, relaxing. It's also a really great location. Gold Coast is a beautiful neighborhood, and ...

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    Best Western River North Chicago Downtown Hotel

    Best Western River North Chicago Downtown Hotel

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    2 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    By simply looking at this hotel, it doesn't appear to have anything really special about it, but considering everything that's included, I'd definitely say it's one of the best offers in the city. First of all, you're right in the heart of River North, the city's foodie heaven and nightlife hot spot. It's not as posh as some of the ...

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    The Talbott Hotel

    The Talbott Hotel

    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    I love their new seafood restaurant. The Maine Lobster roll was to die for after a long hot afternoon of shopping.

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    The Whitehall Hotel

    The Whitehall Hotel

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    6 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    There isn't much of a lobby area in The WhiteHall Hotel so when a rush of guests come in, it can be quite crowded and you may be stuck standing for a while. The staff does their best to get everyone through quickly. Cherelle was particularly efficient and helpful. Metallic, bronze duvets and textured walls bring an extra air of ...

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    Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Downtown/Magnificent Mile

    Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Downtown/Magnificent Mile

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    Stepping back out to the streets of the city on a sunny day, it took a little while for my eyes to adjust from the low lighting throughout the Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Hotel. Everything in the hotel is in deep, warm colors like burgundy and maroon, giving off a darker ambiance. The rooms at least had some inflections of ...

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    The Palmer House Hilton

    The Palmer House Hilton

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    29 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    My friend and I were road tripping across America and our second to last night was in Chicago. We booked The Palmer House as we wanted a nice place because we were tired of staying in random hotels along the way. We also needed a place that was pet friendly and to our surprise this gorgeous hotel was! The puppy ...

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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

    The last time I was here, I saw Derrick Rose (Bulls) stroll through the lobby and not a soul stopped to ask for a picture (though I'm sure we all wanted to) because it's just not that kind of place. With floor to ceiling windows, free wi-fi, and excellent cocktail lounge and some of the best views in the city- ...

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    InterContinental Chicago

    InterContinental Chicago

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    22 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Amazing location. Amazing rooms. Comfortable beds and best of all...THE HISTORIC INDOOR POOL. I fell in love with this hotel and everything about it. If you are in town for business or pleasure, I highly recommend. Everything is within walking distance or a short cab ride away!

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    theWit, a Doubletree Hotel

    theWit, a Doubletree Hotel

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    14 reviews

    This boutique hotel has a popular rooftop bar as well, perfect for summer evenings and weekend afternoons.

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    Hard Rock Hotel Chicago

    Hard Rock Hotel Chicago

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    14 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    The Hard Rock is housed in the famed Art Deco-style Carbide & Carbon skyscraper, which was completed in 1929. Inside, each floor is dedicated to a different famous recording artists, with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of memorabilia on display.

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    Hotel Lincoln, a Joie de Vivre Hotel

    Hotel Lincoln, a Joie de Vivre Hotel

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    7 reviews

    The rooms at Hotel Lincoln are small, but I think that's a tiny, tiny problem considering all it's got going. It's in a great location, just steps away from the zoo and the lake, and it has incredible views. The decor is warm and eye catching, with lots of interesting details (I love the drawer pulls on the check-in desk). ...

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