In the heart of Chicago, luxury is not hard to find. Stories above the Miracle Mile’s designer shopping and Millennium Park’s one-of-a-kind concerts, Chicago’s truly deluxe rooms make a trip to the Windy City spectacular. These Chicago suites give you plenty of room to relax with amenities that cannot be found at your local B&B. Looking not only at the design, quality and view the rooms offer—but the services, restaurants and amenities the hotel offers here are 4 Suites that offer a truly unique experience of ChiTown.
The Sofitel Water Tower’s ultra deluxe, Presidential Suite is a has a crisp, Euro-Japanese feel that is accentuated by modern features like it’s suede walls. The five room presidential suite feels like an urban penthouse with panoramic floor-to-ceiling, offering views of both the downtown Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan. If you wish to interact with Chicago outdoors and on the ground, head to Sofitel’s La Terrasse, a chic restaurant patio in the heart of the city. There you can eat meals from Café des Architectes while sipping a cocktail from Le Bar. The Sofitel also boasts 32 Prestige suites, all of which feature have the same modern-Euro design and amenities of the Presidential.
The Penthouse Lofts at the James Hotel Chicago implore walnut and teakwood to create a residential atmosphere. But don’t worry; guests retain all of the luxury hotel’s pleasures, like five star dishes from David Burke’s Primehouse—a renowned all-American steakhouse. At 1,400 square feet, the spacious penthouse can have one or two bedrooms, along with a spa bathroom that has a rain shower. And opening soon is the Jimmy Chicago—a classy cocktail bar, and David Burke’s new Burke’s Bacon Bar…I think we know what the specialty is here!
The Peninsula Suite is situated on top of the 18 story hotel, and overlooks Michigan and Chicago Avenues. The suite boasts endless amenities, from a baby grand piano to an outdoor whirlpool tub. By being on the roof, the Peninsula Suite allows for maximum natural light. A wing of the Peninsula suite can be easily blocked off, increasing privacy and switching the suite between a one and a three bedroom pad. The hotel’s Shanghai Terrace was voted the #1 Chinese restaurant in Chicago by Zagat Survey, and is sure not to disappoint.
Trump Chicago’s huge Grand Deluxe Suites range from 1,663 – 3,150 square feet. Massive floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of Lake Michigan, the Chicago River, and City Skyline. These one, two, and three bedroom downtown Chicago suites feature a fully equipped kitchen—should you desire to cook. We suggest you head to the 16thfloor instead to dine. There you will find Sixteen, a Michelin Five-Star restaurant designed by Ivanka Trump, which features such delicacies as crisp frog and tete de veau. The Terrace is an outdoor restaurant that displays a phenomenal view of Chicago’s skyline. It is also on the 16th floor.