Four Seasons Chicago Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Four Seasons is located on floors 32 to 46 of a limestone-and-glass skyscraper along the Magnificent Mile, atop an upscale shopping center. The hotel boasts a gorgeous indoor pool, an expansive spa and fitness center, and a restaurant helmed by Michelin-star Executive Chef Kevin Hickey. It's one of the city's nicest hotels — a fact made apparent by its gorgeous ballroom. Classically chic, like the Four Seasons brand itself, hosting an event here can never be deemed ordinary.

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Chicago's Grand Ballrooms (7 of 7)

 The Four Seasons is located on floors 32 to 46 of a limestone-and-glass skyscraper along the Magnificent Mile, atop an upscale shopping center. The hotel boasts a gorgeous indoor pool, an expansive spa and fitness center, and a restaurant helmed by Michelin-star Executive Chef Kevin Hickey. It's one of the city's nicest hotels — a fact made apparent by its gorgeous ballroom. Classically chic, like the Four Seasons brand itself, hosting an event here can never be deemed ordinary.
The Windy City has a lot to offer travelers — especially those of the event planning variety. From modern digs to grand old dames, Chicago's hotels offer some of the most impressive meeting spaces and wedding venues in the country. Here we've collected our favorite ballrooms, which can host hundreds of bustling conventioneers or blushing brides with all of the necessary bells and whistles that make an event memorable. So get out your calendar, we're off to the Midwest to seal the deal!
First up is the grand ballroom at the historic Hilton Chicago. At 1,544 rooms, the Hilton is a behemoth with a rich past (presidents and dignitaries have stayed here). It's extravagant lobby and this ballroom still impress, as do the faux old-world rooms that feature high-tech amenities. Public spaces fall a bit flat, but for event planners in search of a hotel with a storied past in the South Loop, you can't do much better. This W delivers the brand's standard chic decor, with some quirky touches like this ballroom's unique space-age design. Other forward-thinking amenities include a spacious gym, stylish indoor pool, a Bliss spa, and rooftop bar with  stunning views of Lake Michigan. The historic Palmer House Hilton was built as a gift by Potter Palmer for his bride Bertha in 1871, but the timing couldn't have been worse: Just thirteen days after opening, the Great Chicago Fire ravaged the city. The hotel was rebuilt with a $1.7 million signature loan (the largest individual loan at the time) and reopened in 1873. The dramatic lobby and gorgeous ballroom, with glittering chandeliers and a painted ceiling, evokes the hotel's grand past, but the rest of the hotel is beginning to show its age. The W City Center features a funky blend of neoclassical and modern design styles: It has the beautiful marble and grandness of Beaux-Arts architecture, but with a dark, fantastical twist. The ballroom, featuring a stunning golden chandelier and large fireplace, combines these elements with ease. With a great downtown location, close to various shops, restaurants, and tourist attractions, the W Chicago - City Center is a great pick for young couples and professionals seeking a true cosmopolitan experience. The quirky, 328-room Blackstone hotel across from Grant Park, in South Loop, mixes contemporary style with the building's restored historic grandeur. Some of the bright, modern rooms have great views of Lake Michigan, the on-site tapas restaurant draws locals as well as guests, and  the meeting spaces are grand — just take a look at this ballroom! The attention to detail and unique feature (notice the window seats?) are breathtaking. The 443-room Allerton is one of the few hotels right on the Magnificent Mile, and its decor is more modern and stylish than those at the neighboring Omni and Intercontinental hotels. The hotel has 12,000 square fee of meeting space, but none is grander than the 23rd floor ballroom, which features panoramic views of the city. The Four Seasons is located on floors 32 to 46 of a limestone-and-glass skyscraper along the Magnificent Mile, atop an upscale shopping center. The hotel boasts a gorgeous indoor pool, an expansive spa and fitness center, and a restaurant helmed by Michelin-star Executive Chef Kevin Hickey. It's one of the city's nicest hotels — a fact made apparent by its gorgeous ballroom. Classically chic, like the Four Seasons brand itself, hosting an event here can never be deemed ordinary.
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