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Conrad Chicago

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • beautifully appointed lobby
  • free Wi-Fi in guest rooms

    Cons

  • antiquated heating and cooling systems
  • it takes two elevators to reach some rooms

Fodorite Reviews

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Conrad Chicago Review

This hotel's Art Deco–inspired lobby avoids feeling like a period piece through its clean-line furniture and creative floral arrangements, and the rooms here—featuring European duvets, oversize pillows, plush bathrobes, and slippers—aim to pamper. The rooftop Terrace Restaurant and Bar also impresses, with stellar views and free Sunday night movies in good weather. And there's complimentary morning coffee and tea service. The building's limestone facade was cut from the same quarries as the Empire State Building and Tribune Tower.

    Hotel Details

  • 278 rooms, 33 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-11-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Reminded me of "Sexin the City"

    I loved this hotel! The room was super cool& modern. Bed was sooo comfie. It was like sleeping in style. Rooms equipped high tech CD players, plasma tv, dimming spot lights above your bed, plush robes & slippers- felt so pampered. This ultra chique hotel could have been in a scene from "Sex in the City".

    by sophrn, 6/11/07
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    THE CONRAD IS RAD!

    My husband and I just stayed at this upscale Hilton property in May. The rooms are large, modern, and very clean. The bathrooms are also quite large with separate soaking tubs and stall showers. We found the staff to be very helpful and professional. The best part of the hotel is that it connects to Nordstroms and the nearby Westfield Mall, which is a huge benefit in cold Chicago winter. The hotel was a Le Meridien property - so it has a nice sleek look. It is also right around the corner from the heart of Michigan Avenue shopping. I would highly recommend this property to anyone who wants a large room with comfortable beds at a fairly reasonable price for Chicago. You can't go wrong staying at the Conrad!

    by dawnstef, 6/3/07

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