Four Seasons Chicago
Enjoying a prestigious location near Michigan Avenue and with panoramic views over Lake Michigan and Chicago’s skyline, the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago blends elegant simplicity impeccable service and first class facilities.
At a Glance
Indoor swimming pool and full service spa
Incredible views over Lake Michigan
Minutes from Chicago's the Magnificent Mile and Navy Pier
Fresh and contemporary ambience
Family friendly with great little extras for the kids
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Four Seasons Chicago is located just moments away from the Magnificent Mile and North Michigan Avenue's best shopping. With its iconic architecture, scenic lake-front location, and thriving arts scene, Chicago is an ideal destination for a family or cultural getaway. Visitors can immerse themselves in the local arts scene, from the Art Institute of Chicago to the outdoor sculptures in world-class Millennium Park, to comedy or a show at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place.
With a bird's-eye vantage from the 30th to 46th floors, the 345 Chicago luxury hotel rooms and suites feature panoramic views of the Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan. In addition to large picture windows, the rooms include brightly colored artwork and Chinese-marble bathrooms stocked with Malin + Goetz amenities.
Guests can enjoy a dip in the indoor pool, relax in the whirlpool, book a treatment at the spa or take advantage of the Fitness Center, offering state-of-the-art cardiovascular and free weight equipment.
If you wish to dine on site, Allium celebrates ingredients sourced where possible from its local farming partners. Small plates are the focus here, with diners encouraged to share a bounty of items: French toast and a sausage scramble for brunch; 24-hour onion tarte tatin and bison tartare for lunch; and mint gnocchi and miniature Wagyu short-rib sliders for dinner.
Four Seasons Chicago offers 345 elegant five star accommodations. The luxury guest rooms and suites are inspired by 20th century French décor and feature superb views of Lake Michigan or the Chicago skyline from the 30th to the 46th floor of the tower.
All rooms feature superb amenities including marble bathrooms, flat screen TV and DVD, iPod docking station, complimentary basic WiFi, plush bathrobes, hairdryer, in room safe, mini bar and Malin and Goetz Amenities. All guests also enjoy twice daily housekeeping and a 24 hour Concierge service on hand to assist with anything you need.
|Lake View Room||
Configured with either a king or two doubled beds and features large windows offering views of Lake Michigan.
|City View Room||
Configured with a king bed and features large windows offering views of the city.
Located on the 46th floor with two king size bedrooms, separate living and dining area, three marble bathrooms, private fitness room and views of lake Michigan.
Located on the 46th floor and features two bedrooms, three bathrooms and views of Magnificent Mile.
Located on the 46th floor, this suite is home to the extensive literary collection of Four Seasons Hotel Chicago. A two-bedroom suite which overlooks the Chicago skyline and offers superb views of Lake Michigan. Features two marble bathrooms.
|Deluxe One-Bedroom Suite||
Located on the 44th and 45th floors with views of Lake Michigan and Chicago. There is a king bed in the bedroom, a marble bathroom and a guest powder room with shower.
Features a king bed in the bedroom, partial lake or city views and one full bathroom plus a guest powder room with shower. Can connect with another room.
|Deluxe Lake-View Executive Suite||
Can be configured as a king or two doubled beds. French doors or frosted-glass sliding doors seclude the bedroom from the living room. Features views of Lake Michigan or the city skyline and one marble bathroom.
|City-View Executive Suite||
Configured with a king bed. French doors or frosted-glass sliding doors seclude the bedroom from the living room. Features city views and one full marble bathroom.
For families the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago offers special programs and amenities for babies, kids and teens – including an ice cream cart that delivers homemade sundaes to the rooms, special bathroom goodies and Clubroom with wii, TV, games and arts and crafts. They’ll also love the indoor swimming pool. The Concierge is always close at hand to make reservations for a family dinner, offer suggestions for tomorrow's outing, or help arrange a babysitter.
Allium is Four Seasons Chicago's American Restaurant and Bar. It is a rather casual restaurant serving modern American cuisine with a farm-to-table mentality. The menus offers dishes created from sustainable ingredients to include vegetables and meat sourced from local farmers and purveyors. The leather clad barrel chairs and marble fireplaces create a relaxing environment from which to enjoy your meal.
Upon entering the spa you are transported into a heavenly retreat where you can escape the stresses of the modern world and indulge in some much needed pampering and nurturing. The menu offers a range of massages, facials and beauty treatments.
Chicago offers a wealth of attractions for visitors with its impressive architecture, flourishing art scene and spectacular location along Lake Michigan. A few places to visit on your list should be the ballpark Wrigley Field, Willis Tower, the Art Institute of Chicago and Lincoln Park Zoo. The Architectural Boat Cruise is a brilliant way to take in the city.
Location & Directions
Four Seasons Chicago is found a stone's throw away from North Michigan Avenue so it is right in the heart of the shopping area of the Magnificent Mile and within easy reach of Millennium Park and Central Loop by taxi.
When to go
Chicago may be called the "Windy City"but this is more to do with its politics than its weather! It is actually less windy than many cities in this part of the USA. Chicago, being on the edge of Lake Michigan, can have some quite dramatic weather differentials throughout the year with all four seasons represented. It can be extremely hot and humid during the summer and bitterly cold with substantial snowfall in the winter.
The best time to visit is May and June before it gets too hot and then in the Fall months, September and October when it is still mild and even warm.