Park Hyatt Chicago

Chicago, United States

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    Sharp sophistication on Michigan Avenue

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    Sharp sophistication on Michigan Avenue

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    Sharp sophistication on Michigan Avenue

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    Sharp sophistication on Michigan Avenue

Why we choose Park Hyatt Chicago

Park Hyatt Chicago has elevated the art of fine living in the Windy City

  • Dive into the full-length, indoor lap pool
  • A $20 million collection of original artwork offers a treasure trove throughout the hotel
  • Delight your sweet tooth at NoMi Lounge’s Hot Chocolate Bar (offered seasonally)

Park Hyatt Chicago has been recognized by Travel and Leisure as one of the top 20 “World’s Best Hotels”—a pretty impressive ranking. What’s its secret? Hmm…let us count the ways. First, it’s the only hotel with completely unobstructed views of Water Tower Square and Lake Michigan. Secondly, the standard—not upper-level—rooms start at 550 square feet. Thirdly, it’s the only luxury hotel just off of Michigan Avenue. There’s a fourth and a fifth, etc, but you get the idea.

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We suggest

Prefer exercising outside? The health club will provide you with maps of local running trails and walking paths - even GPS watches.

What you need to know about the hotel

An award-winning restaurant, fab Chicago location and top-notch service are all part of the appeal

  • The “Lake Suite with Bottega Veneta” features furniture and décor objects from Bottega Veneta’s lines and hand-carved Venetian glassware
  • NoMi Spa is the only spa in Chicago to offer hydra facials and treats clients to both a sinful bite and a healthy beverage
  • Guests get private appointments at onsite boutiques like Bottega Veneta and Armani

Park Hyatt Chicago is a quiet, sleekly sophisticated hotel outfitted with the latest technology and luxurious extras—oversized tub, anyone?—to make you feel at home (only better). Its 185 rooms and 13 suites have a “contemporary chic” vibe thanks to original artworks and dramatic views of the city, historic Water Tower Square and Lake Michigan.

We recommend hitting NoMi Kitchen, which is considered one of the top restaurants in downtown Chicago and is frequented by both guests and locals. The relaxed restaurant specializes in contemporary cuisine created from fresh, regional ingredients, as well as sushi plates. Adding a little excitement to the experience is an open kitchen where you can see the chefs at work. In warmer months, enjoy your meal on an outdoor terrace, NoMI Garden.

Where is it and what's nearby

In downtown Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood, the hotel is situated on the Magnificent Mile of shopping

  • Dinner or drinks at the top of one of Chicago’s best-known structures—the John Hancock Building—makes your meal a high-flying adventure
  • An architectural boat tour along the river is the best way to take in (and learn about!) the city’s landmark architecture
  • The eight-block stretch of Michigan Avenue known as the Magnificent Mile has 450+ luxury retailers, national stores, boutiques and galleries

There may be no better location in Chicago for discerning travelers than the Park Hyatt, with its celebrated Michigan Avenue address on Water Tower Square. The shopping is incredible—truly world class—as is the restaurant scene. And if you want to really discover this area or other sections of the Windy City, the hotel’s bike rental program allows you to explore spots like the lakefront path and beaches of Lake Michigan or pedal leisurely through lush parks.

Chicago is also an arts and entertainment hub, perhaps most notable for its performing arts scene and elite museums covering visual arts, science and technology, natural history and other fascinating subjects.

How to enjoy Chicago

With major league Bears, Bulls, Blackhawks, Cubs and White Sox all based here, there’s plenty to keep even the most avid sports fan happy. For authentic Chicago, grab a deep pan pizza before heading to one of the city’s many blues bars.

  • Step out onto The Ledge of the Willis Tower Skydeck for a vertiginous thrill or charter a helicopter for an unforgettable skyline tour
  • Head to Navy Pier to catch a cruise on Lake Michigan or play among the lakeside attractions
  • Browse the indie bookstores and boutiques of Wicker Park, or sample the mouth-watering menus of the neighborhood’s many excellent restaurants

There’s something exciting about approaching the Windy City for the first time. You can feel a spine tingle of anticipation as you drive in and see the skyscrapers slowly emerging from the previously uninterrupted horizon. Or if flying to O’Hare or Midway, we defy you not to feel a frisson of thrill as you spot the Willis Tower, tall and aloof among the cluster of shorter buildings.

The skyline is a given on your must see list and can be enjoyed in many ways. But Chicago is much more than a bunch of tall buildings anchored in the Midwest. Nestled on the southern shores of Lake Michigan, President Obama’s home town is packed with cultural highlights with world class museums, theatres, ballet, orchestra, sport and, of course, blues.

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    When to visit Chicago

    For the ultimate authentic Chicago experience, kick back and listen to some of the world’s best blues musicians at the Chicago Blues Festival. For three days in June, more than 500,000 blues fans will be on hand tell you why the city is the ‘blues capital of the world’.

  • You need to know

    It’s valet parking only here.

  • Awards and accolades

    Park Hyatt Chicago is a member of Condé Nast Traveler’s Platinum Circle, having featured in the Gold List for five consecutive years.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Park Hyatt Chicago, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily full breakfast for up to two in-room guests
  • USD $100 equivalent resort or hotel credit to be utilized during stay

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