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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 →

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

Design-forward highrise hotel with two pools, an impressive art collection and Italian eats ideally located between the Chicago River and Millennium Park. — Jetsetter

Set inside an undulating, 82-story skyscraper designed by architect Jeanne Gang, this hotel takes Scandinavian design to rather sleek heights, even if it only occupies the first 18 floors. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

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. Radisson Blu... — Star Service

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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 →

This 261-room hotel is located in River North, the artistic hub of downtown Chicago. — Gayot

Has evolved into one of the city's favorite hotels for its ability to combine cool coastal style with a Midwesterner's utter lack of pretension. — Star Service

The Palomar's contemporary-cool look and eclectic decorative details put it firmly in boutique hotel territory, but its indoor pool and attached deck set it apart from the competition. — Frommer's

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

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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 →

Built in 1927, the 149-room Talbott is an upscale boutique hotel that retains much of its original grandeur. — Oyster

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

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

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

“Extremely comfortable and well-appointed rooms” are the highlight at this “quaint” and “cozy” “European-style” independent with Frette linens. — Zagat

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from $155

Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park

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

The grand circular lobby sets the Fairmont's tone: upscale and lavish rather than cozy and personal. — Frommer's

Long on amenities, this hotel features 687 good-sized, good-looking rooms and posh public spaces. — Gayot

Luxe rooms overlooking Lake Michigan at the mouth of the river. — Not For Tourists

Set within a vast residential, commercial and retail complex overlooking Grant Park and Lake Michigan, this hotel is one of the better deluxe values in Chicago. — Star Service

Millennium Park here you come. All 687 luxury rooms and suites here are as close to the statues and fountains as you can stay. — Lonely Planet

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from $183

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

Retro glam digs in the Loop with hearty Italian fare, wine happy hours and a theatrical location. — Jetsetter

This is a lively and original hotel, full of bold, bright colors and good-looking furnishings. — Gayot

The demeanor here is relaxed, fun, and youthful... it offers the top-notch amenities of a major hotel chain. — Michelin Guide

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from $159

ACME Hotel Company Chicago

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

Billed out as a hotel that costs less but has a ton of extras, the Acme Hotel doesn’t disappoint. — On the Grid

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

Housekeepers and front desk staff go out of their way to impress guests at this endearing boutique-hotel that is a more approachable version of the quartet of Chicago Kimptons. — Star Service

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

Post-industrial posh hipster haven steps from Chicago’s best, shopping and nightlife. — Jetsetter

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from $127

The Westin Chicago River North

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

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

This is a predominately business oriented address with spacious and stylish rooms that will appeal to demanding upper-midrange travelers from either side of the fence. — Star Service

Frequent travelers choose the Westin chain for the ‘heavenly beds,’ with superthick mattresses and high-thread-count sheets. — Lonely Planet

A “perfect home base” in River North, this chain outpost with “great conference facilities” is geared primarily toward the business set. — Zagat

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

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from $189

dana hotel and spa

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

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

A lifestyle hotel pitched to the iPod generation, though even Walkman-era guests will feel at home here amid the high-concept styling. — Star Service

This boutique hotel certainly has its number on you, that is if you're a young, discerning traveler with a penchant for fine living and high-priced tech toys. — Michelin Guide

Towering 26 stories above Chicago's artsy River North district, this high-rise, boutique hotel is designed with modern flair and natural decor. — Gayot

This boutique hotel draws younger travelers with its blend of sleek style (a glowing glass elevator tower) and earthy warmth (wood floors in the guest rooms, shower stalls lined with natural stone). — Frommer's

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from $152

The Godfrey Hotel Chicago

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

The big draw at this modern hotel is its popular bar, IO Godfrey, a swanky "urban roofscape" that has indoor seating on plush banquettes and a patio with glittering city views. — Fodor's

From its striking cubist facade down to the stylish and modern interiors, the Godfrey Hotel Chicago lives up to its four star status from the get-go. — Time Out

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

The flagship for the Godfrey brand, the upscale Godfrey Hotel Chicago is located in the River North neighborhood, an eight-minute walk from the Magnificent Mile. — Oyster

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

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from $152

Hotel Lincoln, a Joie de Vivre Hotel

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

Directly across from Lincoln Park, this historic property has a fresh, cool, kitschy vibe but feels authentic thanks to details like the original Hotel Lincoln sign in the lobby. — Fodor's

Outside the bustle of the city, this Lincoln Park hotel offers a quirky, vintage-looking stay but in a newly renovated building. — BlackBook

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

The four-pearl Hotel Lincoln, a Joie de Vivre Hotel is a hip and stylish property with a boutique feel despite having almost 200 rooms. — Oyster

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

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from $179

W Chicago - City Center

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

Employees all wear black at this hip hotel where the soaring ‘living room’ (lobby/bar) feels a little like a dance club, especially when the DJ gets going. — Lonely Planet

This stunning Beaux Arts building, which started out as a private men’s club in 1929, has been transformed into one of Starwood’s sleek W Hotels. — Time Out

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

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

The 368-room W City Center features a funky blend of neoclassical and modern design styles. — Oyster

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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 →

Even though this hotel caters to business travelers, there is something refreshingly noncorporate about its guest rooms and lobby, which is dressed in plucky blues and greens. — Fodor's

It's tucked away on a quiet Gold Coast residential street, and that's exactly how they'd like to make you feel: at home. — BlackBook

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

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

This hotel has the cottage look down pat, and the upbeat personality extends to the guestrooms. — Michelin Guide

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from $135

Hilton Chicago

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

The hotel boasts its own charm: fine art décor, 'executive' level for pampering and pub authenticity from Irish exchange program for staff. — Time Out

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

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

On South Michigan Avenue facing Grant Park, this historic beehive vies for the title of Chicago's Top Convention Hotel. While its competition, such as the Hyatt Regency Chicago and... — Star Service

This was the world’s largest hotel, having close to 3000 rooms... renovations brought that total down to a mere 1544, but the gilt grandeur and crystal-dripping class have remained. — Lonely Planet

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from $148

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

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

This high-energy, artsy boutique hotel has it all: spacious, bright rooms with a view; state-of-the- art technology; plush bedding and a spa-inspired bathroom stocked with amenities. — Travel + Leisure

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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from $185

W Chicago Lakeshore

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

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

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

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

The 520-room W Chicago - Lakeshore delivers the chic decor you'd expect from a W, and the impressive features. — Oyster

This W hotel flaunts a tranquil, lake-side location and the hipper-than-thou lounge Whiskey Sky, located on the 33rd floor. — BlackBook

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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 →

Apartment-like rooms are smartly divided by sliding doors into two sections: a sleeping lounge, and a large dressing and bath area. — Afar Magazine

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

Located in a historic Chicago office building, the Old Dearborn Bank Building, a key feature will be high-tech communal spaces where guests can work, eat, socialize and relax. — Gayot

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

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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 →

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

“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

Always a good last minute deal here on Priceline. — Not For Tourists

With more than 2019 rooms and five restaurants and bars, the contemporary Hyatt Regency is best known for being big. — Lonely Planet

This convention hotel is a veritable city unto itself, scaled for nationwide confabs and conventions, with few concessions to solo travelers or tourists seeking personal attention. — Star Service

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from $169

Hotel Blake Chicago

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

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

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

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

It’s a unique location midway between downtown’s core and the Museum Campus, though not much goes on in the evenings. — Lonely Planet

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

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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 →

Towering above Streeterville on the 29th floor of the MileNorth Hotel sits this luxe rooftop made up of a chic walnut-and-gold-toned indoor lounge and an open-air patio with upholstered... — Zagat

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

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

The rooms are clean lined and white bedded, and the lobby new and shiny after a recent renovation. — Lonely Planet

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Warwick Allerton-Chicago

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

Named a National Historic Landmark in 1999, this limestone building was a residential "club hotel" for men when it opened in 1924. — Fodor's

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

A room or suite in a renovated Art Deco landmark, once graced by Jimmy Stewart and Betty Grable. — Jetsetter

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

This historic 443-room hotel was built in 1924 as Michigan Avenue’s first high-rise. Though its popular Tip Top Tap lounge is long gone, its sign is ever aglow. — Time Out

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from $113
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