Looking for a hotel in Chicago? Here are five of our Chicago inspector's favorite hotels in the city.
Courtesy of ACME Hotel Company Chicago
ACME Hotel Company Chicago
15 E. Ohio St.
AAA Inspector Rating
AAA Inspector 40: Impressive to me is that each room has voice activated, hands-free speakers that respond to your questions or play music with perfect stereo quality.
The guest rooms here feature smooth and luxurious linen bedding, high-tech, smart technology TVs and stylish bathrooms with large rain-effect shower heads. Guest rooms range in size from petite to large. Colorfully painted original art is featured throughout the hotel. One interesting element of the hotel is that a voice-command- virtual-assistant speaker is located in each room that will answer questions for you about the hotel.
AAA Inspector 40: A proud reminder to me that AAA was founded in Chicago in 1902, this historic building was once home to the Chicago Motor Club.
This stylish hotel occupies a classic 1928 building that was once home to the AAA Chicago Motor Club headquarters. Every guest room features plush-top mattresses and elegant upholstered headboards. A classic Model T Ford is on display in the lobby of the hotel.
Courtesy of Hilton Chicago/Magnificent Mile Suites
Hilton Chicago/Magnificent Mile Suites
198 E. Delaware Pl.
AAA Inspector Rating
AAA Inspector 40: I prefer to stay here on my trips to Chicago as they have some of the largest, contemporary suites in the downtown area.
Guest rooms feature a separate seating area with a pull-out sofa, wet bar and bathrooms with an oversize shower stall and rain shower head. The updated lobby is bright, open and inviting. A stretch room off the pool area provides additional fitness opportunities. First-class boutiques and restaurants surround the property.
AAA Inspector 40: Getting ready is a treat in the nifty dressing areas with a vanity, stool and makeup mirror. Oh and I love the pink and gold pens too!
Situated in a building designed by architect Mies van der Rohe, this hotel offers palatial common areas. Rooms have lavish beds with superb linens, 55-inch flat-panel HDTVs and oversize desks. Guest bathrooms feature luxurious granite, marble and travertine accents as well as an elegant rainfall shower and a separate soaking tub.
AAA Inspector 40: From its unique, wavy architecture and exquisite art-filled lobby to the classy Italian eatery and stylish bar, there's much to love about this place.
This hotel presents a distinctive, world-class exterior design. Many rooms have balconies, and all have fluffy robes, the highest quality bedding and stunning city or lake views. A mini basketball court and running track are offered by the hotel along with a huge outdoor deck that has both a "kiddie" and regular pool.