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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. Full review →
The grand circular lobby sets the Fairmont's tone: upscale and lavish rather than cozy and personal. Full review →
Long on amenities, this hotel features 687 good-sized, good-looking rooms and posh public spaces. Full review →
Luxe downtown sleep near Chicago's main attractions with three restaurants and a spa. Full review →
Millennium Park here you come. All 687 luxury rooms and suites here are as close to the statues and fountains as you can stay. Full review →
Whether you're here with family or to honeymoon with your new honey, this exquisite property provides the perfect vacation refuge.
Luxe rooms overlooking Lake Michigan at the mouth of the river. Full review →
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. Full review →
Set within a vast residential, commercial and retail complex overlooking Grant Park and Lake Michigan, this hotel is one of the better deluxe values in Chicago. Full review →
This towering 37-floor luxury hotel, just east of the Loop, stands out for its postcard-worthy views of Lake Michigan and Grant Park. Full review →
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. Full review →
Following a $50 million renovation by renowned architect David Rockwell, the Fairmont Chicago has established itself as one of the Loop’s most popular hotels. Full review →
This “elegant” conference hotel is “close to everything yet quieter than staying on Michigan Avenue”, and has “spacious”, clean-lined rooms and suites with “gorgeous” marble bathrooms.
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