List of Downtown Chicago Hotels

List of Downtown Chicago Hotels
List of Downtown Chicago Hotels
Hotels located in downtown Chicago offer access to major highlights of the Windy City, including the Theatre District, Loop, Sears Tower, Michigan Avenue, Navy Pier, Lake Michigan and Grant Park. Travelers looking to enjoy the best of Chicago's attractions should consider a stay at a budget, affordable or upscale hotel within the centrally located downtown area for a pleasant stay, exemplary service and first-rate amenities.
Budget

Visitors to the Windy Cindy can enjoy a convenient downtown location and charming accommodations without breaking the bank. The family-friendly Essex Inn, situated near the Art Institute of Chicago, is a boutique-style hotel nestled amongst skyscrapers. Consider this spot for its affordable, homey rooms, city views and close proximity to conference centers. While perks are an additional fee (such as room Wi-Fi), travelers can score a double room for as little as $100 a night.

If you appreciate the classic look of 1950s style, consider a stay at the Ohio House Motel. Located just a short walk from the Magnificent Mile, Navy Pier and the lakefront area, this motel offers simple amenities for a great price (as little as $95 a night). Another quality option for budgeting travelers is the early twentieth-century Seneca Hotel. Although rooms can be small and dated in decor, the location behind Water Tower provides access to unparalleled shopping experiences.

Hotel Essex
800 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60611
(312) 939-2800
www.essexinn.com

Ohio House Motel
600 North LaSalle Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611 

(312) 943-6000
www.ohiohousemotel.com

The Seneca Hotel 

200 East Chestnut Street 

Chicago, Illinois 60611 

(312) 787-8900 

www.senecahotel.com

Affordable

Tourists who appreciate updated traveler conveniences (such as free Wi-Fi and fitness facilities) and stylish, impeccable interiors should consider affordable downtown Chicago hotels. For around $200 to $300 a night, visitors can choose from plentiful, hip hotels within walking distance to major Chicago attractions. Discover modern decor, business facilities, delectable dining options and boutique-style service at The Sofitel Chicago Water Tower.

Looking for a place electric with energy? Check out the House of Blues--a stylish spot along the Chicago River. Guests can enjoy live blues music and industry-themed decor throughout the trendy hotel. Conveniently located near the Theatre District, visitors staying at the House of Blues have abundant entertainment options just steps away.

Sofitel Chicago Water Tower 

20 East Chestnut Street 

Chicago, Illinois 60611 

(312) 324-4000 

www.sofitel.com

House of Blues
333 North Dearborn Street
Chicago, Illinois 60610
(312) 923--2000
www.houseofblues.com

Upscale

Luxurious accommodations in downtown Chicago are reserved for individuals with superb taste and enhanced budgets. Lavish experiences await at the Peninsula Hotel Chicago, including giant, marble bathrooms and a 14,000-square-foot, state-of-the art spa and fitness facility. With rooms available from $450 and up, guests can enjoy high-class dining and ultimate room sophistication at this five-star hotel. For an added perk, Michigan Avenue is just beyond the lobby doors, allowing unsurpassed access to premier Chicago shopping.

Luxury-appreciating tourists on a slightly lower budget may find a stay at the classic Drake Hotel their cup of tea. Featuring 100-year-old architectural details and a premier, updated decor, the Drake offers the perfect melding of contemporary amenities and old-world glamor for $250 to $400 per night.

The Peninsula Hotel Chicago
108 East Superior Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611
(312) 337-2888
www.peninsula.com

The Drake Hotel
140 East Walton Place
Chicago, Illinois 60611
(312) 787-2200
www.thedrakehotel.com

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