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The hotel makes a good base for walking tours of the Loop's architectural landmarks, and is across the street from Grant Park, site of many lakefront festivals.
Dubbed "the hotel of presidents," this South Loop mainstay on Grant Park has hosted more than a dozen leaders of the United States. Full review →
The lobby of this classic hotel has gold-trimmed walls, a gold sofa, and modern flower arrangements that make it an unusual mix of old and new. Full review →
Reopened in 2008, it may no longer be the height of luxury, but you'll get a glimpse of the hotel's original glamour in the wood-lined lobby. Full review →
Reviving a historical landmark with contemporary style and a touch of whimsy. Full review →
Landmark 1910 hotel with a thoroughly modern look, celeb chef fare and an extensive art collection. Full review →
This 1910, neoclassical, beaux-arts landmark was shuttered for several years, until Marriott paid $128 million and restored it to its former glamour in 2008. Full review →
The Beaux-Arts exterior makes a stunning first impression, but the sizzle resides solely indoors.
The quirky, 328-room Blackstone hotel across from Grant Park, in South Loop, mixes contemporary style with the building's restored historic grandeur. Full review →
Not that this 1908 neoclassical beaux-arts beauty is without its comforts; Renaissance has invested heavily to keep it business traveler-friendly and with plenty of individual character. Full review →
This downtown Chicago hotel has been a favorite of movie stars, sports legends, royalty and presidents since 1910. Full review →
Blackstone isn't just a hotel, it's a modern art gallery replete with more than 1,600 pieces of art from emerging Chicago artists. Full review →
This “beautifully restored” beaux arts property (first opened in 1910 and once frequented by movie stars and politicians) has been remodeled “inside and out” and boasts “heavenly” luxury linens.
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