It feels like you’re visiting a sophisticated urban friend’s condo when the doorman welcomes you into the tiny lobby here, which is little more than a reception desk and small seating area. Little touches, like the Swarovski crystal chandelier and museum-grade screens from the Ming Dynasty, are a message of old-money confidence, as if the Whitehall Hotel is saying we don’t have to hit you over the head with opulence to win you over. That sensibility continues in the small aristocratic lounge, lined with mahogany paneling, which is rumored to be the first place to serve a drink after Prohibition. Rooms are colored in earth tones, and even the standard variety is large enough for two beds, a couch, desk, and plenty of space to move around. Suites have the kind of furniture you’d find in a home, like a four-poster bed. Plus, you really can’t beat the price. Two restaurants on site serve Italian and Chinese food.
105 E Delaware Place (west of Michigan Ave.), Chicago, IL 60611
Our Rating Neighborhood Near North & the Magnificent Mile Transportation Subway/El: Red Line to Chicago Phone 866/753-4081 or 312/944-6300 Prices $90–$128 double. Valet parking $57 with in-out privileges Amenities Two restaurants; lounge; concierge; exercise room; room service; free Wi-Fi Units 222 units Web site Whitehall Hotel Other Pet friendlyBook a Room Now
Map105 E Delaware Place Chicago
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