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The 610-room hotel focuses on modern luxury with crisp and sophisticated rooms set with bright, warm colors and amenities like an indoor pool and a spa complete with Turkish baths.
Its location in the Loop, a block from the Board of Trade, screams “business hotel,” but this 610-room Marriott defies that categorization. Full review →
Mixing architectural elegance with a sleek modern style, this historic property has lots of gorgeous areas. Full review →
In a city packed with architectural gems, JW Marriott Chicago manages to elegantly stand out. Full review →
The J.W. Marriott exudes a sense of restrained elegance, from the marble-walled bathrooms to the rich gold carpeting and plush terry robes in the guest rooms. Full review →
Among American cities, Chicago has one of the finest architectural legacies, which is why we're so glad to see the restoration of its Daniel Burnham. Full review →
A perfect blend of old and new... This hotel has seriously good bones, but its interiors wow even further with a fresh, contemporary design.
Opened in late 2010, this upscale hotel is housed in a historic neoclassical-style building with crystal chandeliers and a grand staircase in the lobby. Full review →
Nonetheless, this Marriott is one of the only deluxe-leaning addresses in The Loop, as most of the deluxe hotels cluster near Michigan Avenue, north of the river. Full review →
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 Full review →
"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.
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