W Hotel Chicago

W Hotel Chicago locations are close to all the action—one hotel is close to Navy Pier with Lake Michigan views and the other is in the heart of downtown. Both of the sister properties feature updated styles and amenities designed for demanding travelers. Designed to feel like boutique hotels without the small size, both hotels feature plenty of luxury, good service, and style, effortlessly blending in the guestrooms, lounges, and restaurants. So if you’re looking for a chic Chicago hotel, you’ll have two choices with the W Hotel. 

W Hotel City Center

W Hotel City Center
W Hotel City Center

This W Hotel Chicago City Center boasts easy access to many of the top Chicago attractions. This fine choice for downtown hotels is within walking distance of the Willis Tower, the skyscraper still known as the Sears Tower in Chicagoan’s hearts, and is also close to Millennium Park and the theater district. This newly updated hotel tower features 368 guestrooms and suites in a variety of configurations. Each room features specially designed beds, plasma TVs, docking stations, and fluffy robes. This pet-friendly hotel also offers a fitness center to go along with a chef-created restaurant and a bar with vaulted ceilings and clever cocktails.

W Hotel Lakeshore

W Hotel Lakeshore
W Hotel Lakeshore

While the shoreline of Lake Michigan has become an iconic part of the Chicago skyline, it’s not that easy to find Chicago hotels that overlook the lake. When you stay at the W Hotel Chicago, you’ll enjoy some amazing views from the guestrooms and the lounge on the 33rd floor. The pool offers great views of Navy Pier, and if you can’t wait to enjoy the fun, it’s only a quick walk to the Pier—and the beaches, too. There’s also a restaurant serving Mediterranean flair to go along with the 520 rooms, each with a feather bed and a big-screen TV.

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