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Sitting on Michigan Avenue and the Chicago River in a historic landmark building, LondonHouse features Chicago’s only tri-level rooftop bar. A beuatiful hotel, with a rooftop bar that has to be seen to be believed, with the best view in...
Just blocks away from the luxury shopping, dining and entertainment of Michigan Avenue’s Magnificent Mile, this boutique hotel is located in the heart of the Loop in downtown Chicago and offers a... I just love how the place is very close to other locations!
Centrally located along the Chicago River in the famous Loop business district, this hotel features in-room spa services, and a 24-hour gym. Staff were very friendly and always there to assist. Great location.
Located in the heart of the Financial District in downtown Chicago, this hotel is located just 2 blocks from Willis Tower and offers contemporary rooms with free WiFi and complimentary full hot... The location is excellent, near the Skydeck Observatory and train stations.
Located in the architecturally significant Roanoke Building, Residence Inn by Marriott Chicago Downtown/Loop offers modern amenities and convenient services tailored to today’s sophisticated traveler.... The property was very clean, well maintained, and rooms were spacious and clean!
Just 4 blocks away from the shopping, dining and entertainment on Michigan Avenue’s Magnificent Mile, this hotel is located in Downtown Chicago’s North Loop business district and offers a restaurant,... Everything we needed . Top location for the Loop , the Arts Institute , Magnificent Mile , Theater...
Located in the heart of the city, Hampton Inn Chicago Downtown/N Loop/Michigan Ave is just 2 blocks away from Millennium Park. This hotel offers a 24-hour fitness center and free hot breakfast buffet.... Hotel has excellent location/ free health center & business center & extremelyy helful...
Overlooking the Chicago River, this hotel in central Chicago's Theater District offers a spa and on-site dining options, including a rooftop lounge. Guest rooms include a flat-screen cable TV. Massage at the spa was amazing. Everyone was beyond nice.
Just steps away from the famed shopping on State Street, this boutique hotel is located inside the Oriental Theater building in the Chicago Loop Theater District. Location is all what you need, Washington Station for people coming from O'hare is just across...
Off the banks of the Chicago River, this luxurious hotel is conveniently located within 5 minutes' walk of the Magnificent Mile and Millennium Park. Good hotel in a great location.
Ideally located in downtown Chicago along the Chicago River, this 4-star boutique hotel features modern guestrooms with free WiFi. The Art Institute of Chicago is 10 minutes' walk away. THE SERVICE WAS EXCELENT!! THANKS
Hotel Essex includes a terrace with city views and free high speed WiFi access. Helpful staff, very clean and trendy
Located in Chicago’s Lakeshore East neighborhood, this luxury hotel is located in the modern Aqua building. I like the fact that my room was bigger this time . Love the room and the view from out side
Built in 1928, this historic Chicago hotel is located inside Mather Tower and overlooks the Chicago River. It features free WiFi, and rooms which can have city or river views. This hotel is perfect for a few days in Chicago. The room is comfortable and has everything you...
Steps away from the Lake Michigan and the luxury shops, dining and entertainment on the Magnificent Mile, this all-glass triangular hotel is located in downtown Chicago and features upscale on-site... Staff were extremely friendly and went out of their way to assist us.
Overlooking Grant Park and Lake Michigan, this hotel is within 5 minutes’ walk of Millennium Park. It features on-site dining, an indoor pool and a 37-inch flat-screen TV with HBO in every room. This hotel is so beautiful. It mixes the vintage style of old chicago buildings with modern...
Steps away from the iconic shopping, dining and entertainment of Michigan Avenue’s Magnificent Mile, this downtown Chicago boutique hotel puts a spin on modern luxury and comfort, offering 5 on-site... Super trendy hotel. Perfect for young adults.
Featuring a lobby with a VIP R Bar Lounge, Artist Studio, coffee bar and library, this boutique hotel is located in Chicago’s Theater District, directly across from the Chicago River. Great Location, good size room with king bed. River view excellent. Staff friendly and professional.
A rooftop bar overlooking Millennium Park, unique dining options and a social games room awaits at the Chicago Athletic Association. Location, great staff, beautiful traditional decor
Located in a historic French Beaux-Arts building, this 4-star Chicago Loop hotel features a tapas restaurant and stylish rooms with 50-inch LCD TVs. Good breakfast. Very nice and spacious rooms with comfortable bed. Quiet location.
The Buckingham Hotel is centrally located in the heart of the financial district of Chicago city center, on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange building. Sadly we could not visit Chicago this time so passed our booking at the Buckingham on to friends and...
Less than a mile away from Grant Park and Millennium Park, this historic boutique hotel is located in Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood and features an on-site restaurant and state-of-the-art 24-hour... Stylish interior designs, Shelves of books. Staffs’ friendly attitudes.
Just 0.6 mi away from the luxury shopping, dining and entertainment of the famed Magnificent Mile, this eco-friendly boutique hotel is located in the heart of downtown Chicago and offers... From the first moment I was wowed. The gentleman at the door was extremely friendly, and helpful.
Just 4 minutes’ walk away from the shopping, dining and entertainment on the Magnificent Mile, this downtown Chicago hotel offers on-site dining, 24-hour fitness center and free WiFi. Perfect location, good price, excellent facilities!
There are not enough adjectives available to describe how fantastic and impressive the Art Institute is. TIP- there are 2 entrances, one at the 'Old Masters" or traditional end, and one at the Modern end. If you are meeting someone 'at the entrance'- specify which one. Oh, and by the way, there are also two gift shops!! One at each entrance/exit- visit both. Tip- if you have any mobility issues at all, I suggest you rent a scooter. The Institute, and most of the rest of Chicago's sights, involves a LOT of walking. There are several scooter rental companies, compare prices and scooter styles- I suggest the "travel" type that breaks down into several manageable pieces. ALWAYS bring the charging cord, and charge at every opportunity. That 45 minutes while you're eating at the amazing bisrto is a great time to charge- ask the staff wherever you are for a plug-in, and take the key.
Very nice museum with some outstanding pieces from various periods and famous artists. Even though not all of it was my taste, I like that most of it was true art, and not the modern wanna-be art that you see in other museums. It's only a couple of floors, but it definitely feels much larger than that. You can easily spend a few hours in here. You are able to take pictures, and the security are very easy-going unless you get too close to a picture. Be aware that if you want an audio-guide, it's an extra $7.00 per person. (Also, be prepared for a possible long line, even if you have "fast pass" access.)
I'm a longtime supporter of the Art Institute of Chicago, which I believe is one of the finest art institutions in the world. The Modern Wing, designed by Renzo Piano, is a destination in its own right.
Great collection of Greek and Roman statuary. Enjoyed the medieval armor special exhibit also. Very comprehensive exhibit of Asian and African art as well. Wish there were postcards for sale of some of the exhibits which one cannot photograph because of ban on flash photography, especially in the Asian, African, Islamic, and Native American sections.
We planned about 3 hours to go to the Art Institute, but ended up staying for close to six hours. Give yourself time so you can revel in the incredible collection of art they have there! And spend plenty of time in the room of miniatures on the bottom level; the detail is incredible.
Navigation is a tiny bit confusing given the different wings of the institute. I suggest a full day, if you want to take in the most of the exhibits. If not the full day, you will have to sacrifice much, in which case I suggest the furniture, and the contemporary. I appreciate all art, but the truth is, by comparison, those two elements were the most under-whelming of the lot, not to say they didn't have something significant to offer, just not on par with other works and collections in my opinion. If you have a full day, 10am - 5pm by all means add them onto the end.
The location of this hotel was great! We were in walking distance of the Bean, the Art Institute of Chicago, and many restaurants and cafes. A little further we also walked to the river. It was a great place to stay for a couple of days.
I would not pass up an opportunity to visit the Art Institute of Chicago and also see the Chicago Symphony Orchestra! We also loved the Adler Planetarium (has the BEST view of the Chicago Skyline from there).
The Art Institute of Chicago is a who's who of the art world.