Silversmith Hotel Chicago Downtown
15 expert reviews
“The Silversmith is a hidden gem that eschews the usual chain-hotel conformity for a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired look.”
"This 143-room gem in the southern part of the Loop was one of many jewels in the crown of Chicago architect D.H. Burnham."
Ask for a high-floor room to avoid noise from the El train along Wabash Avenue.
"Although the exterior was designed by Daniel Burnham’s firm, the hotel’s interior recalls Frank Lloyd Wright: the chunky wood furniture has a distinct Prairie School charm." Full review
"The late 19th-century Arts and Crafts style is evident outside and in, with wrought-iron pieces adding accents to the comfortable (if slightly dated) decorations in each room." Full review
"This beauty sits right on Jeweler's Row, two blocks from the Art Institute of Chicago and one block from shopping on State Street."
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"Set in the landmark Silversmith building, this terra-cotta-clad Arts and Crafts-style structure was designed by legendary Chicago architects D.H. Burnham and Company."