Loews Chicago Hotel

A thoroughly Chicago oasis
Chicago doesn’t want for fabulous hotels, so when Loews Chicago Hotel was built from the ground up, the Loews luxury chain had its work cut out for it. The result? A modern, welcoming 52-floor tower in the heart of Streeterville.

Located a couple blocks east from the glitzy Mag Mile, near the business-centric Loop and less than a 10-minute walk to Navy Pier, the Loews Chicago is primed to please both leisure travelers and those on business.

The hotel also has a wonderful sense of place, harnessing Chicago’s rich history of all-star architects, artists and designers. A chef-driven restaurant, spectacular rooftop lounge, fitness center and 75-foot lap pool all make Loews a standout urban hotel.  
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The lobby here is distinctive — it is Chicago through and through, from the wood-constructed skyline adorning one wall to the original steel railroad tracks molded into an aerial map of the city on another wall.
  • The travertine fireplace reaches all the way up to the top of the vaulted ceiling, and the materials used in the loungey space are those any Chicagoan would recognize as comforting come wintertime — rich leather, mohair and wool.
  • The design is influenced by Mies van der Rohe (for his clean lines) and Louis Sullivan (for his intricate adornments), both of whom called Chicago home.
  • The pièce de résistance of the trendy hotel is the rooftop, Streeterville Social. The largest terrace in the city, the 9,000-square-foot outdoor space includes The Bistro, an urban restaurant and bar, and a terrace dedicated to private events.
Things to Know
  • Check in at one of the welcome pods, sort of abbreviated reception desks aimed to make the arrival experience quick and personal.
  • Reserve one of the Lakeview Suites to get stunning vistas of both the river and lake.
  • You will find a fantastic cocktail program along with casual-but-elevated eats on the expansive rooftop space.
The Rooms
  • The warm, contemporary rooms are dressed in masculine grays and dark woods.
  • Every room has floor-to-ceiling windows and views of either Navy Pier, Lake Michigan or the Chicago River and skyline.
  • Bathrooms are pristine visions of ivory and ebony; suites have separate marble tubs and showers.
  • Luxe amenities include marble-topped desks, personal Keurig coffee machines and iHome docking stations.
The Restaurants

  • The warm, wood-filled ETA Restaurant + Bar serves rustic American fare. Expect dishes like braised short rib with whipped potatoes, and cast-iron scallops with honey and fennel pollen and dukkah-covered cauliflower.
  • ETA’s cocktails pay tribute to Chicago’s elevated train (which locals call the “L”). Drinks like the Brown Line (Bulleit bourbon, demerara syrup, angostura bitters and orange bitters) feature flavors reminiscent of the early 1900s cocktail culture.
  • When the weather warms up, head to the rooftop for Streeterville Social’s The Bistro. There, nosh on fun fare like king crab avocado toast and mini lobster rolls on the terrace.

Getting There
455 North Park Drive, Chicago Illinois 60611
ORD (22-35 min)   MDW  
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