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Acting as the right aorta in the shopping heart of Chicago, it's the only downtown hotel with a front entrance to the Magnificent Mile.
Following renovations completed in 2013, this historic hotel is even more equipped to address the evolving needs of today's traveler. Full review →
More comfortable than swanky... On the cutting edge of environmental awareness and has won awards for its eco-friendly practices. Full review →
This building was constructed in 1929 and was returned to its original architectural grandeur by the InterContinental chain in 1990. Full review →
Once the Medina Athletic Club, the ornate original tower (c 1929) retains many of the eclectic details meant for rich men’s eyes only. Full review →
The exquisite lobby is the showpiece of the Intercontinental... Though not as grand, the accommodations are decorated in the same old-world vein.
We love the chocolate and wine bar. Full review →
This 790-room behemoth right on the Magnificent Mile mixes historic charm... with the lackluster contemporary decor of an upscale chain. Full review →
Built by the Shriners as the Medinah Athletic Club, this place is a tourist attraction all its own, with sightseers occasionally rubbernecking through the public areas on self-guided audio tours. Full review →The location here on the Magnificent Mile is hard to beat, but be sure to request a corner Michigan Avenue-facing room in the Historic tower.
Built in 1929 as a mens' club, this Michigan Avenue hotel dances the line between Chicago’s past and present. Full review →
Complete with an Indiana limestone facade, embellished with relief sculptures and a golden dome at its pinnacle, the building became in instant architectural marvel. Full review →
The result is an opulent wonderland of terracotta fountains, hand-painted murals, marble mosaics and a 12,000-pound Baccarat crystal chandelier. Full review →
This “beautiful” renovated historic hotel with a "convenient" Michigan Avenue location is the “perfect marriage of old and new” and features a “gorgeous” four-story lobby with tapestries.
4.5 Star Hotel icchicagohotel.com