Park Hyatt Chicago

The Magnificent Mile's sleek, chic spot
The personality of Park Hyatt Chicago reflects what the Windy City is known for: stunning art and design, great food and warm Midwestern hospitality. Its exclusive Gold Coast address along the Magnificent Mile speaks to the type of place it is — a luxury hotel with thoughtfully crafted amenities, a well-curated art collection and elegant design.

Park Hyatt Chicago debuted a $60 million renovation in 2022, bringing understated, contemporary luxury to everything from the public spaces to the accommodations. Upon arrival, the Forbes Travel Guide Four Star hotel welcomes you with a sense of home, attentive staff and well-appointed décor. The library, just off the lobby (or “living room”), offers a cozy seating area where you can unwind, peruse a wide array of art books and watch the city go by through floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto bustling Chicago Avenue.

Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The downtown hotel is ideally situated at Michigan and Chicago avenues with direct views of the historic Water Tower and steps from the best shopping in Chicago. Upscale boutiques surround Park Hyatt Chicago, lining Oak Street and the Magnificent Mile. It's also in close proximity to some of the city’s most lauded attractions, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Lake Michigan and the observatory at the towering John Hancock Center.
  • Visit Park Hyatt Chicago’s NoMI Kitchen (aptly named as a nod to the hotel’s location on Northern Michigan Avenue) for modern American cuisine rooted in French techniques and fantastic Water Tower views from its floor-to-ceiling windows.
  • The intimate NoMI Spa gives customized seasonal treatments, such as facials and massages, for an exquisite and restorative experience.
  • If you’re lucky enough to be in town while the weather is warm, do not miss NoMI Garden’s alfresco experience. Enjoy craft cocktails and bites on the terrace while gazing out at the city.

  • We are especially fond of the Presidential and DuSable suites, which offer oversized living areas, sweeping views of Lake Michigan, and connecting rooms. These suites offer the ultimate Chicago experience.
Things to Know

  • The Chicago hotel holds the distinction of being the world’s first Park Hyatt. Originally built in 1980, the building was later torn down and rebuilt, and it reopened in 2000.
  • NoMI Lounge features an intimate sushi experience and cocktails like the Part & Parcel and the Old Fashioned (both available in the mini-bar in the guest rooms).
  • NoMI Gallery, near the seventh-floor entrance, features a rotation of exhibits showcasing esteemed local artists.

  • Fitness-minded guests will appreciate the 24-hour gym featuring Technogym and Tonal equipment, Pelotons and a variety of free weights. Additionally, you can take a plunge in the 25-yard indoor pool and hot tub with sweeping city vistas and direct access to NoMI Garden (weather permitting).

The Rooms

  • The newly reimagined guest rooms embody elements of the cityscape, combining sophistication with understated luxury. Each of the spacious 146 guest rooms and 36 suites features a wide built-in window seat and a large picture window, showcasing Chicago’s beauty.
  • Tip: Ask for a high-level, east-facing room for breathtaking views of the historic Water Tower and Lake Michigan just beyond it.
  • The Mindfulness and Wellbeing suites come with an AI-powered Bryte Balance king bed, a deep-soaking tub and a terrace with a secluded city vista.

The Restaurants

  • The vibe in NoMI Kitchen is business-casual elegance (no white tablecloths here), and the views through the angled floor-to-ceiling windows are spectacular from its seventh-floor vantage point.
  • NoMI Lounge showcases a vibrant cocktail collection along with sophisticated small plates and sushi.

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800 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611
MDW (22-30 min)   ORD  
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