Located a block south of the Chicago River, on the edge of the theater district, the Wit is Doubletree's successful entrée into the cluster of Chicago...more
Expect an all-Chicago experience at this 1886 Lincoln Park Victorian owned by Andy Shaw, a local TV reporter, and his B&B-guru wife Mary. Rooms here are...more
This divine 11-room inn two blocks from McCormick Place is popular with conventioneers. Built in 1870 by Chicago Board of Trade president Calvin T. Wheeler,...more
The cool factor is high at this 235-room Loop head-turner from Starwood's hip W chain. Details from the former 1929 Beaux Arts gentleman's club can be seen in...more
Restraint trumps gilt at this next-generation Trump project guided by Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric Trump. Spacious rooms—the smallest is 600 square...more
Parisian architect Jean-Paul Viguier designed the unique, Swiss cheese-like structure that houses the Sofitel. Just two blocks off the Magnificent Mile, this...more
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 (who also designed Hotel Burnham)....more
Set right above Water Tower Place in the heart of the Gold Coast, Chicago's Ritz-Carlton (which is owned and managed by the Four Seasons) has been around since...more
Sitting on the first 18 floors of the 82-story Aqua Tower—a striking high-rise with undulating concrete floor slabs that resemble a ruffled flamenco...more
The 339 rooms at this swank Gold Coaster, aptly located next to Tiffany, are patrician and huge (the smallest start at 530 square feet). Avoiding flash for...more
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