Public Chicago Hotel

Sitting proudly on the list of stylish Chicago boutique hotels, the Public Chicago Hotel exudes contemporary charm combined with touches of classic design. The blend of styles offers a unique perspective that sets the Chicago Public Hotel apart from many other downtown Chicago hotels. There are seemingly limitless aspects of this hotel that make it so appealing, and the combination of the prime city location together and impressive interior design make this hotel a step above many others.

Established in 1926, the Chicago Public Hotel carries with it a rich history in one of the most interesting cities in Illinois. Built in the era of prominent gangsters and the rise of radio and broadcasting, this building of this hotel coincides with a fascinating period in Chicago history. Renowned for hosting guests such as Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, and numerous modern-day movie stars, the Public Hotel in Chicago is a historic landmark situated on what is known as Chicago's esteemed Gold Coast. Timeless elegance graces each area of the hotel, from the front entrance to the world-renowned Pump Room restaurant, guest rooms, and professional meeting facilities.

Public Chicago Hotel Rooms
Public Chicago Hotel Rooms

Modern custom furnishings found throughout the Public Hotel in Chicago balance classic decor and avant-garde adornments. The relaxing-yet-elegant hotel draws guests from around the world. Re-energized with a progressive design yet maintaining the luxury and refinement of early 1920s architecture, the Public Chicago Hotel is a cut above many of the newer Chicago hotels in the downtown area. Offering guests superb views of the Gold Coast, downtown Chicago, or Lake Shore Drive, there is always something interesting to see when unwinding after a long day.

Public Chicago Rooms
Public Chicago Rooms

Old-style architecture and modern day interior design also meet inside the 285 guest rooms and suites at the hotel. The Chicago Public Hotel offers a fine choice in accommodations, ensuring all guests' needs are met. Almost 400 square feet of space is offered in each deluxe room, along with queen-size or king-size mahogany beds and a private entrance. Premium rooms at the Public Hotel in Chicago provide slightly larger accommodations and lavish adornments on par with the hotel's high standards. Executive suites offer 500 square feet of space and are ideal for private events, meetings, and in-room dining. Original artwork graces the walls, and oversize rooms also have overstuffed chairs and sofas.

The upscale parlor suites seem boundless, boasting 750 square feet of space decorated with Waterford Crystal lamps and other luxurious touches. A separate king bedroom and separate parlor suite offer ample privacy within the hotel suite. With this suite also comes the distinction of special services from the concierge, such as arrangements for excellent shows and tickets, neighborhood tours, and prime tee times for golfing. Upwards of the parlor suites are Celebrity suites, ranging from 800 square feet up to 1,400 square feet, each with separate kitchenette and dining area. Of course, the Presidential suite tops all guest rooms with incredible amenities, several separate and distinct spaces, and all the right touches to make every guest feel like royalty.

Beyond the Magnificent Mile and the Public Chicago Hotel there are many more Chicago attractions to visit. Lincoln Park and Old Town are home to some of the most notable examples of the city's architecture, with some buildings dating back to the 1850s. Both the Chicago History Museum and Lincoln Park Conservatory are located here, along with great restaurants and a wide array of shops. Boasting a legendary blues scene, a trip to the city wouldn't be complete without a stop at least one of the hopping nightclubs in the city. Chicago tours around Oak Park are also a must; they reveal some of the architect Frank Lloyd Wright's finest works, including Robie House in Hyde Park.

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