The Loop Hotels
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JW Marriott Chicago

JW Marriott Chicago Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Opened in late 2010, this upscale hotel is housed in a historic neoclassical-style building with crystal chandeliers and a grand staircase in the lobby. But sophisticated rooms are thoroughly modern, and big, elegant bathrooms have separate showers and soaking tubs. The Loop location is convenient for business travelers, and the pool and 24-four fitness center is top-notch.
Allegro Chicago Hotel

Allegro Chicago Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 438-room Kimpton hotel is located in the heart of the Theatre District, and surrounded by the corporate offices of the Loop. Features are few (there isn't much besides the 24-hour fitness center), but the decor is bright and modern, and freebies include a nightly wine hour and in-room yoga accessories. Though some rooms are on the small side, all have modern amenities: 37-inch flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, Aveda toiletries and mini-bars. For bigger rooms and bathrooms (but fewer freebies), consider the nearby Fairmont.
The Palmer House Hilton Hotel

The Palmer House Hilton Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 1,639-room historic hotel in the Loop has a storied past, and a breathtaking lobby with a painted ceiling and glittering chandeliers. But room quality is uneven -- some rooms still have dated decor and tube TVs -- and all the extra fees can add up. If you don't mind sacrificing the history, it's worth considering the similarly priced Hotel Monaco or Fairmont.
Hard Rock Hotel Chicago

Hard Rock Hotel Chicago Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Housed in the Carbide & Carbon building -- a Chicago landmark supposedly inspired by the design of a champagne bottle -- the Hard Rock stands out among the rest of Chicago's hotels. Inside, the property is sophisticated, stylish, and fun, with some original art deco embellishments on the floor and, of course, the rock-n-roll paraphernalia. Each floor showcases a different recording artist -- from Prince, to John Lennon, to Madonna -- and each of the 381 contemporary rooms has theme-appropriate touches, such as notable quotes on the mirrors. Located in the heart of the Chicago's business district, this Hard Rock is a popular choice with business travelers, and consequently, many meeting spaces can be found on-site.
Burnham a Kimpton Hotel

Burnham a Kimpton Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 122-room boutique located in an 1895 building pays homage to its past with cool historic details, including wrought iron, mosaic tiles, and marble stairs. But as in many old buildings, the rooms are teeny tiny, starting at just 175 square feet. At least they come with 37-inch flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, CO Bigelow toiletries, and bold, but stately, decor. Freebies like nightly wine tastings and morning coffee also help compensate, but you can probably find bigger rooms for the price.
W Chicago - City Center

W Chicago - City Center Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 368-room 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. Although some may find the disco-themed lobby (neon-lit desks included) exciting and young, others may think it's a bit over-the-top. Rooms are also contemporary, with modern lamps and faux-fur throws on the beds, as well as up-to-date technology, including large flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. The on-site restaurant — aptly named IPO as nod to the hotel's location in Chicago's financial district — serves chef Trevor Hoyte's so-called New Urban cuisine, a whimsical and intriguing bevy of dishes such as his chocolate and popcorn dessert with peaches, mint, brown butter, and corn sorbet. The Living Room area is popular for afterwork drinks and small bites with the 9 to 5 crowd. 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.
Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park

Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 687-room luxury hotel — renovated in 2010 — is in the Loop neighborhood, near Millennium Park and Lake Michigan. Big rooms have separate soaking tubs and showers (which even pricier hotels like the Ritz-Carlton lack), iPod docks and 42-inch flat-screen TVs. Add an excellent Asian restaurant, a wine bar, a spa, and stunning design by David Rockwell, and you've got one of Chicago's most luxurious hotels in this price range. But you'll have to pay extra for just about everything, including parking, the fitness center, and Wi-Fi.
Hyatt Regency Chicago

Hyatt Regency Chicago Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A good fit for business travelers, the Hyatt Regency Chicago is a huge, upscale, chain hotel with 2,019 rooms located in the northern part of The Loop within walking distance to Millennium Park. It has four restaurants, a business center, and fitness center; convention attendees may not even feel the need to leave the property. Rooms are modern and fresh with several conveniences including minibars and coffeemakers, and some offer views of the river or lake. Parking at the hotel is pricey, but throwing it on the company card may lessen the sting for those traveling for work. Guests may want to compare rates with the nearby Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront. There is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi.
Hotel Monaco Chicago

Hotel Monaco Chicago Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 192-room Kimpton is located inside a former hat factory in the Loop, and its stylish decor is a mix of Art Deco elegance and bright, quirky boutique flair. Solid freebies, including evening wine and beer hour with entertainment plus morning coffee and tea, help to create an intimate experience. All in all, it's one of the city's best boutiques, even with expensive valet parking and unexceptional bathrooms.
River Hotel

River Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The midrange, 243-room River Hotel shares a building (and small, stately lobby) with the members-only Club Quarters hotel. Rooms are on the small side, but they're clean and modern, and some come with kitchenettes. The hotel is, as you might have guessed, right on the Chicago River on the northern edge of the Loop; rates are among the most affordable you'll find in this tourist-centric location.


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