Ideal location within walking distance of Millennium Park and Mag Mile
Good for families; most rooms accommodate two Queen beds and many have kitchenettes
Views across the cityscape and Chicago River from most rooms
What To Know
Rooms near elevators can be noisy
No spa but in-room massages can be arranged in advance
Very popular with the convention and wedding crowds
Parking on site
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Central Chi-town stay for biz and pleasure, with oversize rooms, a modern tavern restaurant and river views
Centrally located near Millennium Park and all the shops along Michigan Avenue, this riverside sleep, formerly Hotel 71, is popular with business travelers and city trippers. Behind the all glass façade, the lobby has a simple, classic style with dark hardwood paneling on the walls, colorful patterned carpets and boxy leather sofas. The ground-floor Hoyt’s Chicago restaurant spills onto the sidewalk during the summer months, but diner’s can feast on the restaurant’s modern Midwestern fare throughout the year. All 334 rooms are large by city standards, with one king or two queen beds, flat-screen TVs, workstations and one-cup coffee makers. Simple cream-and-white bathrooms are set up with over-tub showers or separate walk-in rainfall showers and deep soaking tubs. For long stays, splurge on a suite and make use of the modern kitchenettes and separate seating areas. Fitness fiends can get in a workout in the 24-hour gym or wander a few blocks south for a run around lakeside Grant Park.
Flights are available to O'Hare International Airport (ORD) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Taxis to/from ORD, about 15 miles away, are approximately $40 per person, each way. If you’re renting a car for the transfer, valet parking is available for $65 per day.