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This hotel is amazing. I felt so at home. It's very clean and fresh. The decor is nice. The hotel has so many amenities. It sits in the middle of downtown and it has a lot of history. Never a dull moment here. The staff...More
I stayed here for business and the hotel is full service. But it is lacking in public space that you see in newer hotels. The location is on South Michigan Avenue across from the park. There is an indoor pool and a small gym, with...More
We were there for 4 days and lovely hotel. Bathrooms are really small. Our first room proved to be too small and the next morning we were moved into a slightly larger room. The staff are always friendly but sometimes they make bad decisions. On...More
This is the second time I have stayed at this Hilton and it was great. The people are always nice and accommodating. The rooms are a little dated but it was once the largest hotel in the world. It has an old-world charm mixed with...More
Stayed a number of times here. Great location, slightly more convenient than the Hilton for the usual downtown activities. Every room seems unique and slightly quirky. Not overly impressed with the Executive Lounge, it turns into a bit of a mad scramble and can be...More
Often visitors' first stop in Chicago, The Loop is a good starting point to sample the city's energy and flavor. This central business district boasts Michelin-rated restaurants, upscale hotels, premier shopping, and enough arresting architecture to keep your camera busy for hours. You won’t find too many photo galleries of downtown Chicago without a shot of Millennium Park and Cloud Gate (“The Bean”), one of
the most iconic landmarks in the city. A stunning skyline coupled with cultural attractions like the Art Institute of Chicago present a Downtown where work and play peacefully coexist.
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Corner rooms are generally larger than the corridor rooms. Also on the web check-in for the hotel, Hilton provides floor plans for rooms for each floor. It was fairly easy to see which of the rooms were larger looking at the... More
Corner rooms are generally larger than the corridor rooms. Also on the web check-in for the hotel, Hilton provides floor plans for rooms for each floor. It was fairly easy to see which of the rooms were larger looking at the floor plan. We were on a 16th floor corner room, room was fairly large and updated. It had a good balance between an 'old hotel, rich in history' feel with the modern convenience of much newer hotels.