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Park Hyatt Chicago

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • marble bath and soaking tub
  • free in-room Wi-Fi

    Cons

  • some people complain of street noise and slow elevators

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Park Hyatt Chicago Review

This Gold Coast star dominates the skyline high above the old Water Tower, and the views are understandably spectactular from many of the oversized rooms, which are done in dark, understated tones. Touches that include televisions in the bathroom mirrors and guest rooms' signature Eames chairs all emphasize quiet luxury. The NoMi Garden bar and restaurant on the 7th floor is a popular al fresco summer destination, serving contemporary American and global dishes—both it and the well-liked NoMi Spa are the result of hotel-wide renovations in 2011 and 2012.

    Hotel Details

  • 198 rooms, 13 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-11-2013

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    elegant hotel with first class service

    We had a fantastic stay in Chicago at the Park Hyatt! The view out our window over the Water tower towards the lake was unbeatable, thank goodness for the window seats so we could just sit and enjoy it! The gentlemen who checked me in remembered me by name for the rest of my stay, making me feel very special and welcome. The rooms were very calming and beautiful, a perfect hotel!

    by lynny, 9/18/09

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