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Renaissance Blackstone Chicago Hotel

Downtown / The Loop 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This downtown Chicago hotel has been a favorite of movie stars, sports legends, royalty and presidents since 1910. — Time Out

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. — Fodor's

Reviving a historical landmark with contemporary style and a touch of whimsy. — Gayot

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. — Concierge

The Beaux-Arts exterior makes a stunning first impression, but the sizzle resides solely indoors. — Michelin Guide

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Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel

Downtown / The Loop 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This iconic tower in downtown Chicago houses 334 stylish rooms, including fifteen king suites, two Lakeshore suites and the Aqua two-bedroom Presidential Suite. — Gayot

This state-of-the-art hotel—the first Radisson Blu to open in North America—occupies the lower 18 floors of the Aqua Tower in Chicago's Loop, just north of Millennium Park. — Star Service

The hotel has a solid lineup of features, including a chic on-site Italian restaurant, a huge fitness center, a seasonal rooftop pool and bar, and a game room. — Oyster

With design savvy inside as well as out, this gem has generously sized rooms and so many amenities and so much outdoor space that it feels like an upscale resort in the heart of downtown. — Fodor's

Radisson Blu's clean-lined rooms occupy floors 1 to 18 of the rippling, 82-story Aqua Tower. — Lonely Planet

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Hotel Lincoln, a Joie de Vivre Hotel

Lincoln Park 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Not only is Hotel Lincoln plopped in one of the best neighborhood locations in town... it’s also among the most fun, lighthearted, and quirky hotels in Chicago. — Frommer's

JDV's Chicago entrant is a wonderful, well-rounded option, and the understated, self-effacing accommodations are a glove-fit for their first Midwestern location. — Star Service

Hotel Lincoln is an oddball, but in all the best ways — The Telegraph

The complete overhaul of this 12-story Lincoln Park hotel (formerly a Days Inn) has been years in the making, and it looks as if it’s been worth the wait. — Time Out

The boutique Lincoln, opened in 2012, is all about kitschy fun, as the lobby's 'wall of bad art' and front desk patched together from flea market dresser drawers attest. — Lonely Planet

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Palomar Chicago, a Kimpton Hotel

Chicago 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the hub of the art and design district, the Palomar is a modern, pet-friendly, eco-friendly, organic-oriented hotel that caters to active city visitors. — goop

Here we go again: another excellent, green-tinged property in the Kimpton chain. — Lonely Planet

The 261-room Hotel Palomar is one of the best Kimpton hotels in the city, and the only one in River North, near the Magnificent Mile. — Oyster

Fun and a little bit funky, this 17-floor boutique hotel celebrates art and doesn’t shy away from daring colors. — The Telegraph

Sleek River North digs with interiors that mirror the style and art at the great galleries steps from the hotel. — Jetsetter

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The Talbott Hotel

Gold Coast 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On a lovely tree-lined street one block from Water Tower Place...this is the perfect hotel for those who suffer existential angst while staying at the large generic chain hotels. — Star Service

With the feel of an upscale European inn -- and a loyal clientele of regulars -- the Talbott is one of the city's best small, independent hotels. — Frommer's

Quite possibly the only hotel in the world with a life-sized cow mounted on its frontage... this boutique hotel is reminiscent of a small, upmarket European inn. — Time Out

Built in 1927, this hotel strives for --- and achieves --- opulent English elegance. — Gayot

The accommodations offer a respite from the city pace with their quiet elegance and high-quality amenities. — Michelin Guide

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Kimpton Hotel Allegro

Downtown / The Loop 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From the Tootsie Roll candies at the front desk to the zebra-print robes in the suites, the Allegro boasts a whimsical sense of style. — Time Out

Formerly the old Bismarck, the Hotel Allegro has been rejuvenated into an Art Deco, entertainment-themed party palace in the theatre district. — BlackBook

The Allegro's laid-back vibe makes it a better bet for families and couples than other, more business-focused Loop hotels. — Frommer's

Boutique bliss. Hotel Allegro is another historic property, part of the fun and flirty Kimpton Hotel chain. — Lonely Planet

Theater lovers will relish an opportunity to stay at this Art Deco–themed hot spot. — Fodor's

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ACME Hotel Company Chicago

Chicago 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The ACME Hotel is a boutique in River North aimed at a crowd that's looking for character. — Oyster

This boutique hotel in Chicago's River North neighborhood has a techy bent: In addition to free Wi-Fi, the hotel offers pairs of Google Glass for rent to its guests. — Condé Nast Traveler

In a "prime location" in River North, this "funky" boutique hotel offers contemporary rooms that are "both visually appealing and designed for comfort". — Zagat

Acme Hotel Company Chicago is set just steps away from the Mag Mile and nightlife on State Street. — Time Out

Though it’s classier than the typical Comfort Inn, prices are overinflated. — Lonely Planet

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The Westin Chicago River North

Chicago 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There are a few things that take it a step beyond your standard hotel-chain property — spectacular views of the river, sleek, contemporary decor, and two popular on-site restaurants. — Oyster

This elegant hotel is centrally located near the premier shopping destination, Michigan Avenue, as well as top Chicago attractions, which makes it an ideal stay for first-time visitors. — Fodor's

Located right on the Chicago River... this 20-story hotel features an exterior of polished granite and glass that seems indistinguishable from the towers surrounding it. — Travel + Leisure

Stunning city views, on-sight restaurants, and proximity to Chicago's House of Blues only add to this hotel's swanky vibe. — Time Out

This reliable, upscale hotel is conveniently located in a neighborhood well known for its art galleries, boutiques and restaurants. — Gayot

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dana hotel and spa

Chicago 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Nirvana Suites, designed as pied-à-terres, have kitchens, dining tables, balconies, and cocktail party-sized spa showers with multiple jets.. — Concierge

On the ground level you've got the bold, east-Asian restaurant, ajasteak, and the Vertigo Sky Lounge sits perched on the 26th floor with its floor-to-ceiling windows and rooftop bar. — BlackBook

Hyper-stylish and bathed in natural light and textures, most rooms in the 26-story high-rise have floor-to-ceiling windows lasciviously exposed... to neighboring offices and condos. — Condé Nast Traveler

This “modern” and “refreshing” boutique hotel and spa woos guests with a Zen approach to decor. — Zagat

Posh and comfy, this chic hot spot has crushed velvet couches, hardwood floors, elegant wood furniture, and floor-to-ceiling windows. — Fodor's

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The Godfrey Hotel Chicago

Chicago 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

All units are stocked with minibars, safes, iPod docks, free Wi-Fi, 46-inch flat-screen TVs with movies, thermostats and blackout drapes. — Star Service

Celebrated for its unique architecture, it'€™s best described as "€œdistinctive,"€ both inside and out. — Gayot

The Godfrey's Cubist-inspired exterior looks amazing. Inside, the large, mod-industrial rooms are more comfy than you'd think, with a snug bed, wet bar and ergonomic workstation. — Lonely Planet

The Godfrey pops eyeballs with its super-cool, Cubist-inspired architecture. — The Telegraph

Within The Godfrey Hotel Chicago’s 16-story cubist framework are 194 guestrooms and 27 one-bedroom suites. — Condé Nast Traveler

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W Chicago - City Center

Downtown / The Loop 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Recreated as a luxury hotel in 2002, and expanded with 35 new guest rooms in 2012, this property sits in the heart of Chicago's well-known Loop business district, near Willis Tower. — Gayot

Stylish rooms with 250 thread-count sheets, wraparound couches, a CD library, and W spa robes prepare you for high-end hobnobbing at people-watching mecca Whiskey Blue. — BlackBook

If you're the loll-around-in-bed type, this is a great place to do it; the super-comfy beds feature cushiony pillow-top mattresses, soft duvets, and mounds of pillows. — Frommer's

With a lobby that feels like a club, and spacious high-tech rooms done up in graphite and cream, this financial district hotel welcomes a lively crowd along with business travelers. — Fodor's

This trendy design-conscious icon appeals to the yuppie in all of us, an edgy, attitude-prone, design-driven commercial house, pitched to young up-and-comers. — Star Service

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Hotel Indigo Chicago Downtown Gold Coast

Gold Coast 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A more free-spirited version of Starwood's W Hotel brand, this place is geared more toward cost-cutting commercial types and midrange leisure travelers. — Star Service

A “very friendly” staff welcomes guests at this “cozy” boutique with “fun Florida Keys decor”, where the “beach-themed” rooms are on the “smaller” side but “bright and comfortable". — Zagat

Part of a midpriced boutique chain launched by InterContinental Hotels, the Hotel Indigo has an exuberant Margaritaville-meets-Nantucket design theme. — Concierge

The Indigo is perfect for anyone looking for a cool (but not too edgy) alternative to the cookie-cutter business hotel. — Frommer's

The quiet, historic residential neighborhood is away from Michigan Avenue’s hustle and bustle, but within walking distance of major sights. — Oyster

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Hilton Chicago

Downtown / The Loop 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lots of conferences at this enormous hotel. — Not For Tourists

The historic, 1,544-room Hilton Chicago once hosted presidents and dignitaries, but today it's just a massive chain hotel in South Loop, a little far from many popular tourist sites. — Oyster

It is in a good location, near the city's celebrated Art Institute. — Gayot

It's a bustling convention hotel, but one that retains its distinguished 1920s heritage in a Renaissance-inspired entrance hall and gold-and-gilt grand ballroom. — Fodor's

The capacious lobby of this monolith—bright with chandeliers, marble and faux-gold flourishes, and frescoes overhead—makes a dramatic first impression. — Star Service

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theWit - A DoubleTree by Hilton

Downtown / The Loop 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This "trendy" Loop spot sports a neon lightning bolt down the facade and has more of a boutique sensibility than a typical Doubletree, but still offers the trademark "warm cookie at check-in". — Zagat

Right in the heart of the Theatre District, this hotel offers rooms with scenic views of the Loop. The hotel features on-site dining, a rooftop bar, a spa and fitness center. — Time Out

This vibrant, fun hotel immerses guests in its urban setting: Two-story-high lobby windows look directly onto a bustling El station. — Frommer's

An admirable effort from a chain not usually known for its fetching urban character, and there are enough twists and turns to this place that make it entertaining as well as comfortable. — Star Service

The atmosphere at this sleek spot, topped by ROOF, one of the Loop's most happening bars around, is fun and youthful. — Fodor's

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W Chicago Lakeshore

Streeterville 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lobby chairs appear to be carved out of tree trunks and river rocks fill a public bathroom troughlike sink… The earthy aesthetic feels entirely appropriate here on the lakefront. — Lonely Planet

This “chic” member of the W chain boasts views of the lake from the upper level nightclub and some guestrooms. — Zagat

Formerly a budget hotel, this place was transformed into a sophisticated urban retreat in 2001. — Gayot

Overlooking Lake Michigan and Navy Pier, this sleek, high-energy hotel has guest rooms with modern, clean design and an elegant neutral palette. — Fodor's

This property promotes itself as a hip boutique hotel and attracts a relatively young clientele, but sophisticated travelers might feel like it's trying too hard. — Frommer's

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Virgin Hotels Chicago

Downtown / The Loop 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The world’s first Virgin hotel: Art Deco grandeur in Chicago, with wonderfully comfy beds, a great bar (prosecco on tap!) and free cocktails during the nightly happy hour. — The Telegraph

Stylish, buzzy and carefree with free happy hours, funky hangout spaces and a rooftop lounge. — Jetsetter

A chic, trendy, 250-room property with free wi-fi throughout. — Lonely Planet

Virgin doesn't have rooms—it has chambers. — Travel + Leisure

Sir Richard Branson touches down in Chicago with this luxe Loop hotel, the nation’s inaugural outpost. — Zagat

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from $170

Hyatt Regency Chicago

Downtown / The Loop 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The enormous, 2,019-room Hyatt Regency Chicago, which completed renovations to its lobby, restaurants, and meeting spaces in 2013, caters to business travelers. — Oyster

A massive, light-filled lobby—part of a $168 million renovation—is the centerpiece of the Hyatt Regency Chicago, the city's largest hotel with 2,018 rooms in a prime downtown locale. — Fodor's

Suites with incredible views and hip decor at the largest hotel in the city, home of BIG Bar (where they pour ridiculously big drinks and have the original walk-on piano from the movie Big). — BlackBook

Business casual downtown digs near the Magnificent Mile, the River Walk and Millennium Park. — Jetsetter

“Wonderful” rooms boast “great views of Lake Michigan, Navy Pier and the Chicago River”, plus “comfy" beds and “modern" bathrooms at this “top-notch” convention hotel. — Zagat

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Hotel Blake Chicago

Downtown / The Loop 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fusing boutique-hotel modern with the historic architecture of the Printers Row neighborhood, the Blake’s 19th-century Morton Salt building façade leads to an of-the-moment lobby. — Travel + Leisure

This “beautiful” Wyndham in a historic South Loop building, decorated with dark woods and red accents throughout, is “good overall for the price” and offers perks such as free property-wide WiFi. — Zagat

It is ideal for business travelers who want to be near the city's financial district and is close to Columbia College, the Art Institute and other museums, and Grant Park. — Fodor's

Located in the heart of Printers Row, the hotel's historic exterior belies the chic, contemporary digs that lie within its walls. — Time Out

The 162-room, four-pearl Hotel Blake Chicago offerssophisticated, boutique accommodations at a convenient location just one blocksouth of the loop and within a brief walk of train stations. — Oyster

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from $132

Cambria Chicago Magnificent Mile

Streeterville 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chicago charmer with funky design touches, creative Midwest fare and a rooftop bar. — Jetsetter

In an often overlooked section of Chicago just east of Michigan Avenue, this hotel offers an outstanding 29th-floor outdoor bar with an enviable view of the city. — Fodor's

Located half a block from the famed Magnificent Mile, luxury boutique hotel MileNorth strives to give guests a modern, home-away-from-home experience. — Oyster

Assuming its recession-ready prices hold steady... this outpost of the five-hotel Affinia chain located a block off North Michigan Avenue is one of the best values in town. — Concierge

Situated just steps from North Michigan Avenue and its blocks of shopping, restaurants and impressive skyscrapers, this property is the former Fitzpatrick Chicago — Star Service

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from $137

Warwick Allerton-Chicago

Magnificent Mile 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

High atop the Italianate redbrick facade shines the red neon Allerton Tip Top sign, a reminder of the hotel’s past. — Lonely Planet

The 443-room Allerton is one of the few hotels right on the Magnificent Mile, and its rooms... are more modern and stylish than those at the neighboring Omni and Intercontinental hotels. — Oyster

A gorgeous getaway... it is in the rooms and suites where the design really gleams. — Michelin Guide

This sleek, budget-friendly spot is a 1920s Italian Renaissance-style keepsake with fully modern appointments. — Insight Guides

Built between 1922-1924 by the Allerton House Co. as part of national chain of “club hotels” providing young professionals with hotel service and private club sociability, the 25-story... — Not For Tourists

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