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Once you have had your dinner at one of many upscale dining establishments near this Chicago landmark, consider heading back to the hotel.
The grande dame of Chicago hotels, this luxurious Michigan Avenue destination still attracts luminaries from all over the world.
Built in 1920, the grande dame of Chicago hotels stands tall where Michigan Avenue and Lake Shore Drive intersect in Chicago's swanky Gold Coast. Full review →
Chicago's version of New York's Plaza or Paris's Ritz may no longer be the most luxurious hotel in town, but its public spaces still maintain the regal grandeur of days gone by. Full review →
With sweeping views of Lake Michigan, this handsome hotel is an historic landmark that was built in 1920. Full review →
Opened in 1920, the Drake keeps pace with the polished neighborhood, right off the Magnificent Mile. Full review →
Storied hotel on the Magnificent Mile, with old-timey glamor and views of Lake Michigan. Full review →
The grande dame commands a striking location at the north end of Michigan Ave, near Oak St Beach. Full review →
It doesn't get more old-time Chicago than The Drake and this esteemed hotel retains its status as one of the finest in the city.
The 535-room Drake Hotel is a historic property on upscale Magnificent Mile and one of Chicago’s grande dames. Full review →
Chicago’s society hotel, just off the Magnificent Mile, has been modernized without sacrificing its sedate charms.
This place competes with the InterContinental and Palmer House Hilton for the honor of Chicago's most iconic historic hotel Full review →
The Drake time-warps you back to an age when hotels had sweeping staircases, gilded ballrooms and harpists plucking in the lounge. Full review →
A traditional "old money" stomping ground favored by Chicago socialites and celebrities, this stately icon exudes old-school style. Full review →
The Drake is the grande dame of Chicago hotels, with a prime location, storied history, white-glove service, and of course a distinguished guest list. Full review →Try to score a room facing north or east for unobstructed views of the lake and Lake Michigan’s Oak Street Beach.
A stay at the “elegant” and “historic” Drake Hotel is “more about the experience, ambiance and history than the rooms”, which could use “a little updating.”