Fairmont Hotel

The Fairmont Hotel occupies one of the most prestigious addresses in Chicago—along the Magnificent Mile. This luxury hotel is located in a reclaimed skyscraper, one that is an iconic element of the Chicago skyline. A recent $60 million transformation made this hotel more than just art-deco style. It's also one the most comfortable and welcoming places to spend some time in the heart of the city.

The list of attractions within in a short walk is quite amazing, including Millennium Park and some of the world's best shopping. After a day exploring Navy Pier, conducting business or whatever else keeps you busy, you'll want to retreat to your stylishly appointed room to relax and gear up for another day in the Windy City. The hotel staff knows the city well, and they're eager to make suggestions about where to go next—and they can even help set up the transportation to get there, whether you're traveling by limo, the EL train, or taxi.

Rooms at the Fairmont Chicago

With nearly 700 guestrooms and suites, the Fairmont Hotel is large enough to have space available, but it's not so big that you'll get lost. The friendly and professional staff ensures that every guest has a wonderful stay. Once they check into their rooms, they'll find a number amenities, including 42-inch flat-screen TVs, individual climate control and MP3 player docking stations. Internet access is available for a small monthly fee. The guestrooms and suites are decorated in crisp lines and earth tones, and the windows overlook the amazing skyline loved by architecture enthusiasts everywhere. Artist Warwick Orme created the lovely floral paintings that adorn the walls. The rooms also feature spacious bathrooms, with marble accents.

This Magnificent Mile luxury hotel also has a number of hypoallergenic rooms for allergy suffers and expansive suites for those who demand the best. Guests of the gold level—located on the 15th floor—enjoy special concierge benefits and even more perks for their stay.


In addition to the 24-hour room service, the Fairmont Chicago has one of the best restaurants on Columbus Street. The eatery is watched over by an expert chef who crafts menus of American dishes with Asian influences. East intersects with west, as the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The hotel's sushi bar opens at lunch and also specializes in cocktails besides the gourmet bites. The Fairmont Hotel also has a wine bar that opens every morning for quick breakfasts. Every afternoon, the luxury hotel and its wine bar transforms into a chic wine bar where drinks, chocolate, and cheese are plentiful.


For even more chances to relax, consider booking an appointment at the Fairmont's spa, which has 11,000 square feet dedicated to relaxation. Whether you're there for a manicure or a massage, you'll be sure to feel more relaxed. If you'd prefer to add some adrenaline to your day, the spa also has a fitness center with weights, circuit training and other equipment—all available 24 hours a day.

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