Now that the city of Chicago has entered Phase Four of the Coronavirus recovery, hotels are opening and reopening across the city. From luxury brands marking their Chicago debut to major renovation unveilings and trendy neighborhood hotels, Chicago’s hotel and hospitality brands are ready to welcome guests back in true Chicago-style!
Arguably the most buzzed about opening of the year, the Nobu Hotel, founded by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper, opened a Chicago location this month in the West Loop. The property boasts 115 guest rooms and suites, a Nobu restaurant, bar and rooftop all with the company’s signature ultra-modern Japanese design. Not to be outdone, Hyatt Place Chicago Wicker Park, the newest addition to the Hyatt Place collection, opened last month nestled among Wicker Park’s art galleries, vintage stores, record shops, coffee houses and award-winning restaurants.
Wicker Park Inn Bed and Breakfast: The Wicker Park Inn is a newly renovated, boutique Chicago Bed and Breakfast in the heart of the hip & trendy Wicker Park neighborhood. Use the promo code STAYLOCAL when booking directly for a 15% discount on stays through December 30, 2020.
Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park: Located steps from 400+ acres of protected park space in the heart of downtown Chicago, the Fairmont Chicago enjoys pristine views of Lake Michigan, Millennium and Grant Parks and the famous Chicago Skyline. With the hotel’s Stay Close offer, receive one complimentary night for every night stayed through December 31, 2020. To redeem this offer, book before August 10, 2020.
Monaco, a Kimpton Hotel: Located in the center of downtown Chicago minutes from everything, the Hotel Monaco is the perfect home base to explore all the city has to offer. This summer, guests can upgrade to a river view on stays through September 7, 2020.
Palmer House Hilton: North America’s longest, continually operating hotel invites you through its legendary peacock doors to taste the original brownie recipe, partake in tomfoolery at The Magic Parlour and more at the Palmer House Hilton. Turn a weekend trip into a long weekend with the hotel’s Long Weekender offer: stay Friday and Saturday and get up to 50% off Sunday nights on stays through the end of the year.
Sophy Hyde Park: Easily accessible and centrally located near the University of Chicago campus and Medical Center, the Sophy Hyde Park is surrounded by boutique retail and restaurant locations along 53rd Street Corridor in downtown Hyde Park, as well as the future site of the Barack Obama Presidential Library. This summer, book two nights and get the third free (maximum two nights free per booking) on reservations through September 1, 2020.
Virgin Hotels Chicago: Virgin Hotels Chicago is reopening its 250 contemporary guest rooms with its efficient yet personalized experience in the Loop. Guests can take advantage of the property’s BOGO Gift Card offer (expires September 20, 2020), or Illinois residents can save up to 35% off by showing their ID upon check-in.
Visitors planning a fall trip can expect the return of a couple classic hotels and the debut of two highly anticipated properties. Following major renovations, the Ritz Carlton Chicago and Four Seasons Chicago are expected to reopen, the latter including a new restaurant helmed by James Beard Award Winning Chef Jonathon Sawyer featuring well-traveled New American cuisine. This fall is also expected to see the opening of two brand new properties: the Wanda Vista Hotel in the Loop and the Sable Hotel at Navy Pier.
For a full list of dining, hotel, entertainment, tours and museum offers throughout Chicago, visit: https://www.choosechicago.com/plan-your-trip/special-offers/