Top-Secret 4-Star Hotel in Downtown Chicago

Top-Secret 4-Star Hotel in Downtown Chicago
Top-Secret 4-Star Hotel in Downtown Chicago
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    Hotel at a Glance: Top-Secret 4-Star Chicago Hotel

    This 4-star hotel is in the famous Chicago Loop, within a few blocks’ walk of every major “L” line. Whether you’re in Chicago to soak up culture or get retail therapy, the hotel has you covered. It’s within a half mile of both the Art Institute and the theater district, and just two blocks from State Street, a shopping corridor that’s just as magnificent as Michigan Avenue.

    • State Street shops include Macy’s, H&M, Sephora, DSW, and Foot Locker.
    • A walk in the park: Chicago’s most famous green spaces—Millennium Park and Grant Park—are within walking distance.
    • In-room amenities: free WiFi and an MP3 alarm clock radio
    • Opt for a suite to get a kitchenette and extra space.
    • Leave your laptop at home: The hotel has loaner iPads for guests to use.

    Chicago’s Loop: Historic Commercial Center with World-Class Museums and Parks

    Named after the shape formed by the elevated train tracks that form its perimeter, The Loop is Chicago’s downtown and the country’s second-largest business district. Skyscrapers such as the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) and the art-deco Chicago Board of Trade Building loom large here. They overlook waterfront parks, a glitzy theater district, and some of the world’s finest art collections.

    The Art Institute of Chicago’s gargantuan collection covers everything from marble busts to Grant Wood’s American Gothic. Just north of the Art Institute, Millennium Park is known for both the Frank Gehry–designed Jay Pritzker Pavilion and for the sculpture Cloud Gate, known to Chicagoans as “The Bean” for its legume-like shape. Nearby Grant Park is dotted with several impressive attractions, including Buckingham Fountain, the Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, and Adler Planetarium. The city’s public transportation system is among the country’s best. Check out our guide to Chicago public transportation for helpful tips on navigating the city like a local.

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Top-Secret 4-Star Chicago Hotel