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Waldorf Astoria Chicago

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • you don't have to leave the hotel to enjoy a fabulous bar—theirs is packed on weekends

    Cons

  • the high room bill
  • most guests say the staff is eager to please, but a few have complained about subpar service and long waits at the very popular bar/restaurant

Waldorf Astoria Chicago Review

Two large, Greek-inspired sculptures greet guests as they walk through the entrance of this exquisitely designed hotel, where rooms start at 632 square feet and double in size if you're willing to spend even more. The elegant roms are furnished with platinum- and champagne-color palettes and textured wallpaper; and most of the marble-covered bathrooms have a deep soaking tub. The artwork is modern, but the atmosphere remains warm throughout. Also, there's no need to hand a bellhop a couple of bucks; this is a tip-free hotel.

    Hotel Details

  • 33 rooms, 155 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 06-11-2013

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