Magnificent Mile Hotels
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The Peninsula Chicago

The Peninsula Chicago Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Peninsula Chicago, a classic 339-room Chicago hotel right on the Magnificent Mile, exudes elegance and luxury -- from the bright and welcoming interior decor, to the immaculate indoor pool and sunbathing terrace. The natural light and warm colors combined with dark wood accents make it feel simultaneously airy and cozy. Rooms, though a tad generic for this caliber of hotel, are high-tech, featuring iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, control panels to adjust the lighting, and deep soaking tubs with personal TVs.
Ritz-Carlton Chicago, a Four Seasons Hotel

Ritz-Carlton Chicago, a Four Seasons Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This 434-room hotel sits atop an upscale shopping mall right off the Magnificent Mile. The luxurious spa, the wonderful four-lane lap pool, the great design, and the outstanding address could make it one of the nicest hotels in town -- but the rooms fall a tad short — even after a multimillion dollar renovation in 2010 — with sophisticated but somewhat generic decor, some outdated amenities (such as CD players instead of iPod docks), and shower/tub combos in many bathrooms. The cuisine at the on-site brasserie doesn't wow, but the beautiful city views through its floor-to-ceiling windows do.
Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

Four Seasons Hotel Chicago Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 346-room Four Seasons Chicago 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 with a skylight and great views, an expansive spa and fitness center with modern machines, and a restaurant helmed by Michelin-star Executive Chef Kevin Hickey. Guest rooms boast phenomenal views, and were updated in 2012 with modern decor and art fixtures. It's one of the city's nicest hotels, and the location near the historic Water Tower and the Hancock Observatory can't be beat. But bathrooms -- most with shower/tub combos rather than separate walk-in showers and soaking tubs --are a tad less luxurious than you'd expect in this price range (though still lovely).
The Allerton Hotel Chicago

The Allerton Hotel Chicago Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 443-room Allerton is one of the few hotels right on the Magnificent Mile, and its rooms -- with soothing blue-and-white color schemes, iPod docks, and flat-screen TVs -- are more modern and stylish than those at the neighboring Omni and Intercontinental hotels. But unlike its neighbors the Allerton lacks a pool, and its rooms offer significantly less space than the Omni's generic two-room suites.
The Drake Hotel

The Drake Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 535-room Drake Hotel is a historic property on upscale Magnificent Mile and one of Chicago’s grande dames, with an impressive lobby full of chandeliers and a beautiful classic decor. Despite its historic status, modern amenities abound: There is a large, modern fitness center; wonderful dining options on-site, including the Palm Court, where a harp player entertains the guests during the afternoon tea; and even a shopping arcade with designer names like Chanel. But while the rooms are adequate and have some modern perks (like flat-screen TVs and MP3 players), the bathrooms are sub-par and could use an upgrade. The golden days of this luxurious property might be slowly fading, but it is still a great pick for its history and high-class notoriety.
Omni Chicago Hotel

Omni Chicago Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 347-room property has a prime location right on the Magnificent Mile, and its big two-room suites are significantly larger than the rooms at the nearby InterContinental. But although the Omni has the features of a four-pearl hotel (including an indoor pool), the bland room decor feels solidly mid-range.
InterContinental Chicago

InterContinental Chicago Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 790-room behemoth right on the Magnificent Mile mixes historic charm (a 1929 building, ornate columns in the lobby, a gorgeous indoor pool with Spanish tiles) with the lackluster contemporary decor of an upscale chain. All rooms were renovated between 2010 and 2013, but standard rooms are smaller than those at the nearby Omni Chicago.


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