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We love it when a hotel room functions as good as it looks, and in this respect JW Marriott Chicago does not disappoint. The standard rooms are some of the most spacious in the city, and have 10-foot ceilings and large picture windows you wouldn’t expect from a 1914 building. Warm, neutral tones are accented with pops of burgundy (a throw pillow, a plush chair), crisp white bed linens and gorgeous dark wood furnishings crafted by the Ohio Amish. The in-room technology is thoughtful, from the bedside iPod docking station and handy reading lamps built into the bed to the 42-inch television and stereo system. Bathrooms are roomy, too, and feature Italian marble, separate soaking tubs and bath products by luxury line Aromatherapy Associates.
The corner suites are the money rooms, with big views and even bigger bathrooms — each has a large mosaic-tile spa tub, a TV built into a mirror and a separate vanity table. A full wet bar and powder room in the front living room make it possible to entertain guests in style.