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The Peninsula Chicago

Magnificent Mile 98 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Luxurious guest rooms are bright with light wood and muted earth tones, and the marble bathrooms have oversized tubs where you can soak while catching up on the news on the flat-screen TV. — Forbes Travel Guide

This international chain has combined its traditional Hong Kong training with a Midwestern flair to provide a staff that is warm, welcoming and unquestionably service-oriented. — Gayot

Book a family fun package at this swanky Far East-inspired spot, or zero in on available perks, such as PlayStations, coloring books, and board games. — Insight Guides

The over-the-top Peninsula is the premier lodging in town. — Lonely Planet

The luxury extends to the hotel’s spa: it includes an outdoor sundeck, spa cuisine, eight treatment rooms, a steam room, and a lap pool. — Travel + Leisure

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Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago

Chicago 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Perched in the heart of downtown Chicago along the Chicago River, Trump International Hotel offers stunning views throughout all aspects of its 92-story frame. — Travel + Leisure

The hotel goes above and beyond in services and amenities and is home to Sixteen, one of the city’s best restaurants. — The Telegraph

The views are sweet, and service is as polished as you’d expect. — Lonely Planet

The hotel occupies a prime riverside perch, taking in the Chicago River, Lake Michigan, and surrounding architectural jewels. — Concierge

Restraint trumps gilt at this next-generation Trump project guided by Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric Trump. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $316

The Alise Chicago - A Staypineapple Hotel

Downtown / The Loop 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's all very fancy, with gilded furnishings and tasseled silk canopy beds, but it's good to be king. — Michelin Guide

A glamorous mix of historic location and modern style located in the Reliance Building, the world's first steel-frame skyscraper. — BlackBook

Rooms with brass keys and mahogany doors, lobbies with iron filigree stairs and terrazzo floors: The Alise (formely the Hotel Burnham) is an architectural classic. — The Telegraph

Landmark architecture meets boutique fun with wine happy hours and comfort food in Chi-Town. — Jetsetter

Perhaps no other hotel showcases Chicago’s impressive architectural history like the Burnham. — Travel + Leisure

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from $119

Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

Magnificent Mile 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Though the stature and location are grand, this is the city's most discreet luxury hotel, with its lobby tucked up on the seventh and eighth floors. — Concierge

Impeccably turned out Gold Coast digs with an organic spa, indoor swimming pool and Michelin-starred chef. — Jetsetter

Exceptional hotel offering impressive views from the 30th to 46th floors of a downtown tower complex incorporating upscale Michigan Avenue shops. — Andrew Harper

"All you expect from a Four Seasons," this hotel in a 66-story Burgundy limestone building is "great for business and leisure travelers." — Condé Nast Traveler

With its prime Magnificent Mile location and attractive, contemporary rooms, Four Seasons Hotel Chicago is a top choice for visiting celebrities. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $356

The Ritz-Carlton, Chicago

Magnificent Mile 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Right on the Magnificent Mile, on floors 15 through 30 of the marble-and-glass Water Tower Place, this hotel is "right in the center of the action." — Condé Nast Traveler

It just does not get any better than this... One of the city's most coveted locations. — Michelin Guide

The Ritz-Carlton has been perched on floors 15-30 of Water Tower Place since 1960. — BlackBook

Ritz-Carlton and Four Seasons properties are some of the best in the world, so imagine the level of luxury and service in Chicago where the two giants combine brands at the Ritz-Carlton Chicago. — Forbes Travel Guide

Shoppers, get ready: the sophisticated and comfortable Ritz-Carlton has indoor access to the Water Tower Place shopping mall and is close to many high-end boutiques. — Fodor's

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from $254

Waldorf Astoria Chicago

Gold Coast 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The lavishness continues inside the hotel, which you could call “French manor-style,” but “palatial” is more accurate. — Frommer's

Waldorf Astoria Chicago, which was until recently The Elysian hotel, is an Art Deco jewel inspired by the style of Coco Chanel. — Forbes Travel Guide

"From the decor to the service, this is one of the greatest hotels I’ve stayed in." — Condé Nast Traveler

This “grand” Gold Coast outpost is the “ultimate in luxury” and gets “10 stars” from fans for its “subtle style”, “exceptional service” and “impeccable attention to details.” — Zagat

Like the New York original, this Waldorf Astoria hotel is pure luxury. — Gayot

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from $355

The James Chicago-Magnificent Mile

Chicago 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel revels in the city’s renowned local art, takes its meat-loving tendencies to a whole new, gourmet level and capitalises on its lakeside location for some seriously romantic views. — Mr & Mrs Smith

A boutique hotel of the sleek, minimalist variety, the James is aimed at sophisticated travelers who prefer luxury with a contemporary spin. — Frommer's

The rooms are minimalist-chic with wood platform beds, plasma-screen TVs and spacious slate and marble bath facilities. — Gayot

The James has maintained its reputation for great concierge service and excellent meals at David Burke Steakhouse. — Afar Magazine

A great location in River North coupled with a trendy atmosphere make this hotel the perfect package. — Michelin Guide

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from $167

The Langham, Chicago

Chicago 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in downtown Chicago within walking distance of Grant Park and the Magnificent Mile, The Langham is a luxury hotel that's ideal for vacationers or the business traveler. — Condé Nast Traveler

Light-filled rooms, efficient staff, modern pan-Mediterranean restaurant, and location within walking distance of both the Loop and major sites suit both the business and leisure traveler. — Afar Magazine

A sumptuous offering from the Hong Kong chain that pitches a top-end hotel in a former seventies office tower designed by renowned architect Mies Van Der Rohe, in central Chicago. — The Telegraph

The Langham, Chicago occupies the first 12 floors of a landmark building that sits beside the Chicago River. — Forbes Travel Guide

The converging midcentury and Asian themes are notable, but its commendable service, dining and accommodations are what make it a standout. — Star Service

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from $305

Kimpton Hotel Monaco Chicago

Downtown / The Loop 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Style still reigns supreme at this former hat factory, built in 1912 — The Telegraph

Monaco’s facilities and location have made it popular with business travelers, but this funky Kimpton hotel rewards those who are simply here to relax. — Time Out

Following a series of updates over the past couple of years, Chicago’s Hotel Monaco has now called on designer Alison Victoria to refresh one if its largest suites. — Wallpaper

This "fun" Kimpton property is a “great alternative to the main chains”, with a “welcoming” staff that displays “Midwestern charm” and hosts a complimentary wine reception each evening. — Zagat

The staff, from the first greeting by the doorman to the efficient and helpful front desk clerks, seems genuinely concerned with guests' comfort. — Michelin Guide

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from $170

The Drake Hotel

Magnificent Mile 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It doesn't get more old-time Chicago than The Drake and this esteemed hotel retains its status as one of the finest in the city. — Michelin Guide

This place competes with the InterContinental and Palmer House Hilton for the honor of Chicago's most iconic historic hotel — Star Service

Built in 1920, the grande dame of Chicago hotels stands tall where Michigan Avenue and Lake Shore Drive intersect in Chicago's swanky Gold Coast. — Fodor's

Chicago's version of New York's Plaza or Paris's Ritz may no longer be the most luxurious hotel in town, but its public spaces still maintain the regal grandeur of days gone by. — Frommer's

The Drake time-warps you back to an age when hotels had sweeping staircases, gilded ballrooms and harpists plucking in the lounge. — The Telegraph

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from $179

InterContinental Chicago

Magnificent Mile 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The result is an opulent wonderland of terracotta fountains, hand-painted murals, marble mosaics and a 12,000-pound Baccarat crystal chandelier. — Travel + Leisure

This building was constructed in 1929 and was returned to its original architectural grandeur by the InterContinental chain in 1990. — Gayot

Once the Medina Athletic Club, the ornate original tower (c 1929) retains many of the eclectic details meant for rich men’s eyes only. — Lonely Planet

This 790-room behemoth right on the Magnificent Mile mixes historic charm... with the lackluster contemporary decor of an upscale chain. — Oyster

Following renovations completed in 2013, this historic hotel is even more equipped to address the evolving needs of today's traveler. — Fodor's

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from $144

Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile

Gold Coast 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just two blocks off the Magnificent Mile, this Gold Coast sophisticate hosts business travelers and Euro movers and shakers with its seductive lobby and 415 spacious rooms. — Concierge

This place is a vibrant, chic French-flavored operation that will appeal to the stylish romantic in both commercial and leisure travelers. — Star Service

Inside, stylish staff members tend to stylish 30- and 40-something guests, who come here for the minimalist vibe. — Lonely Planet

Sleek sophistication offered by a traditional French hotel chain. — Gayot

“A jewel in the heart of Chicago”, near Michigan Avenue and Oak Street shopping, this “luxurious” member of the French chain offers “high-class" service in "chic” surrounds. — Zagat

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from $171

Thompson Chicago, a Thompson Hotel

Gold Coast 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 247-room Thompson straddles the gap between trendy and cosy, opulent and relaxed. — The Telegraph

When it opens in summer 2013, this property --- formerly The Sutton Place Hotel --- will blend in perfectly with its luxe surroundings in Chicago's affluent Gold Coast neighborhood. — Gayot

Previously Sutton Place Hotel Chicago. — Travel + Leisure

Walking into one of the all-business guest rooms might just remind you of a man’s suit... the contemporary decor is accented by Robert Mapplethorpe’s floral photos. — Lonely Planet

The 247 spacious rooms are equally elegant, with beautiful bathrooms and lots of high-end amenities. — Oyster

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from $220

Hard Rock Hotel Chicago

Downtown / The Loop 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Channel your inner Hendrix at this way-cool 381-room Loop boutique, aptly located in a champagne-bottle-shaped Art Deco high-rise. — Concierge

This 40-story structure, with two basements on rock caissons, was completed in 1929 as an office skyscraper, originally as the Carbide & Carbon Building. Known for its handsome gold and... — Not For Tourists

The theme here is music, which underscores the decor, dining and of course attitude. There are even complimentary Fender guitar rentals. — Star Service

This fun and upbeat hotel offers reasonable prices for the cool vibe and central location. — Michelin Guide

The rebellious attitude starts with the building design — The Telegraph

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from $135

PUBLIC Chicago

Gold Coast 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The arrival of Ian Schrager's latest hotel breathes new life into the Gold Coast landmark Ambassador Hotel and brings style to the masses. — Michelin Guide

Drop-dead gorgeous rooms elegantly infuse the pre-WWII architecture with white stuffed couches, bronze textiles, and white sheepskin throws for an effect of lush minimalism. — Afar Magazine

Gold Coast hotel is pretty revolutionary: Offer topnotch service and accommodations without the pretense or hefty price tag. — goop

Hotelier Ian Schrager knows glamour, and The Public is a re-imagined Gold Coast hotspot—an au courant transformation of the historic see-and-be-seen  Ambassador East Hotel. — Travel + Leisure

This “stunning” Ian Schrager boutique “tucked away” on the Gold Coast is an “elegant redesign” of the old Ambassador East. — Zagat

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from $131

JW Marriott Chicago

Downtown / The Loop 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Mixing architectural elegance with a sleek modern style, this historic property has lots of gorgeous areas. — Fodor's

"Contemporary meets traditional" at this upscale, business-focused chain outlet in a renovated historic Daniel Burnham building featuring marble bathrooms with “excellent” stand-alone tubs. — Zagat

A perfect blend of old and new... This hotel has seriously good bones, but its interiors wow even further with a fresh, contemporary design. — Michelin Guide

This palatial early 20th century bank, complete with Corinthian columns, winding staircases, an over-the-top ballroom and endless marble, is an opulent nod to history — The Telegraph

Its location in the Loop, a block from the Board of Trade, screams “business hotel,” but this 610-room Marriott defies that categorization. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $188

Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park

Downtown / The Loop 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Add an excellent Asian restaurant, a wine bar, a spa, and stunning design by David Rockwell, and you've got one of Chicago's most luxurious hotels in this price range. — Oyster

A feeling a refined romance pervades in these cushy digs: oversized bathroom, seperate dressing rooms, fluffy robes and in-room spa services complete with Champagne and choclate-covered strawberries. — Time Out

The grand circular lobby sets the Fairmont's tone: upscale and lavish rather than cozy and personal. — Frommer's

Whether you're here with family or to honeymoon with your new honey, this exquisite property provides the perfect vacation refuge. — Michelin Guide

On a quiet block near both Michigan Avenue and Lake Michigan, this 45-story pink-granite building has suites with stunning views of Millennium Park. — Fodor's

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from $183

The Palmer House Hilton

Downtown / The Loop 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Palmer House caters overwhelmingly to business travelers, but because it's so big, you can snag good deals here when there are no conventions in town. — Frommer's

This historic hotel invented the chocolate brownie.  — Atlas Obscura

The elegant lobby here draws a stream of visitors to view its fresco ceilings and gold Tiffany chandeliers. — The Telegraph

The updated Palmer House features more comfortable and contemporary rooms, a new spa, the Lockwood Restaurant, while preserving what Chicagoans loved most about the historic hotel. — BlackBook

Although standard rooms tend to run small, they were rejuvenated with the Palmer House's history in mind, so that each is individually decorated with turn-of-the-century details and art. — Gayot

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from $114

Park Hyatt Chicago

Magnificent Mile 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Park Hyatt is the place to stay when you want to sneak a peek at how the other half lives. — Michelin Guide

From the miniature TVs in the bathroom to the butler and the courtesy car service, no expense has been spared. — Lonely Planet

Located on the Magnificent Mile, this high-tech, contemporary hotel focuses its attention on service and is well-known for the art that completes its look. — Gayot

Searching for chic modern luxury and money's no object? Then the Park Hyatt is the coolest hotel in town. — Frommer's

Other high-end Michigan Avenue hotels take a staid approach to luxury, but the Park Hyatt adds a running note of playful artistry and unabashed flamboyance. — Concierge

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from $292

Kinzie Hotel

Chicago 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The upper-middle-range Kinzie Hotel is a modern, sleek property, which, despite its having more than 200 rooms, has the ambience of a boutique hotel. — Oyster

Formerly the Amalfi Hotel. — Travel + Leisure

They call their concierge staff experience designers, and it just gets better from there at this boutique hotel with sweeping views of the city. — BlackBook

Residing in the downtown River North district, this hotel places travelers in a terrific location near the Merchandise Mart. — Gayot

The 215-room Amalfi welcomes guests by sitting them down at an individual check-in desk with an 'experience designer,' who might suggest a complimentary Amalfitini cocktail. — Time Out

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from $151
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