What words best describe the style of Park Hyatt Chicago?

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Here are the words we’d use to describe the style of Park Hyatt Chicago, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel:
 
1. Contemporary. Park Hyatt Chicago has a contemporary look with clean lines, mid-century modern furniture and original artwork, the prize in the collection being the Gerhard Richter Piazza del Duomo painting in the lobby.
 
2. Art-filled. The Richter isn’t the only major piece here. The hotel also commissioned black and white photos found throughout the hotel, including guest rooms, and Isamu Noguchi’s sculpture Wintry Branches is suspended from the ceiling in NoMI Kitchen.
 
3. Moody. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel features dim lighting in the public spaces, creating a sexy, urban feel. The hotel features great views of the Magnificent Mile and Lake Michigan but the reception area itself doesn’t have any windows. It’s a nice contrast from the bustle right outside.
 
4. Minimalist. Rooms have an unfussy design with neutral tones and sleek furniture. We liked the black Eames chair and ottoman facing the flat-screen TV in our room.
 
5. Residential. Comfortable window sets let you relax and take in the views. Floating consoles allow you to toss your keys and bags near the front door. Bathrooms have cutouts so that panels can be opened up next to the deep soaking tub.

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