A massive, light-filled lobby—part of a $168 million renovation—is the centerpiece of the Hyatt Regency Chicago, the city's largest hotel with 2,018 rooms in a prime downtown locale. Perched between the Chicago River, Lake Michigan, Millennium Park, and Michigan Avenue, the spot is perfect for business or leisure travelers. Technology updates offer computer screens for self check-in and checkout. Renovated rooms are modern and minimalist with crisp white linens. Stetsons,
where sushi is as popular as steak, is definitely a cut above most hotel restaurants.
Aug 5, 2012
Had to stay here for a conference. Will never stay again Service and housekeeping horrible. Had to call for clean towels and toiletries. Thought Hyatt was a reputable chain.. obviously not!
May 4, 2008
I stayed here recently for a meeting and almost immediately remembered that this is the Hyatt that has always made me think that Hyatt is overrated as a chain. The hotel is a large convention hotel, so set your expectations accordingly- service is NOT personal, though they are reasonably helpful. Rooms are, in short, terrible. They are VERY dark with virtually no soundproofing, and only two drawers in the room for storage of clothing or other
items. Chicago has many better hotels. Choose one of them- any of them.