The two real standout elements here are the pool and the views. For a second when I saw the indoor pool, I felt like I was in Vegas. This was actually the pool into which Macaulay Culkin jumped in Home Alone 2, although in the movie they said it was The Plaza in New York. The area is filled with natural light from a sky-lit dome, and Roman-style columns remind you that you’re not in Kansas anymore. Head up to the rooms, which start on floor 30—a height where many hotels end or never quite reach—and tower up to floor 46, giving you views of the lake and city that rival some of the best vantage points in town. The rooms are spacious, but nothing really distinguishes them from others in the brand, aside from the stunning sites outside. Bonus: The hotel connects to the 900 North Michigan Avenue Shops, so on the coldest winter and hottest summer days, you can avoid the elements entirely.
Four Seasons Hotel
120 E Delaware Place (at Michigan Ave.), Chicago, IL 60611
Our Rating Neighborhood Near North & the Magnificent Mile Transportation Subway/El: Red Line to Chicago Phone 800/332-3442 or 312/280-8800 Prices $276–$495 double. Valet parking $65 Amenities Restaurant; lounge; concierge; health club and spa w/indoor pool; room service; free Wi-Fi Units 345 units Web site Four Seasons Hotel Other Pet friendlyBook a Room Now
Map120 E Delaware Place Chicago
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