The Elysian is a hotel in Chicago, Illinois. Located on East Walton Street in the Gold Coast, The Elysian is a luxury hotel boasting 5 star amenities including a spa. The Elysian also has 52 private residences, condos, most of which are worth well over $1 million. Marc Jacobs also has a store in the bottom level of the hotel for his line of clothing and accessories.

The Elysian, opening this July, will set a new standard in ultra-luxury experiences, delivering highly refined service in a sophisticated and timeless setting. Guest accommodations feature private furnished terraces, fireplaces, kitchens, LCD televisions, Carrera marble bathrooms with soaking tub and separate shower, luxury linens and complimentary wireless Internet. Designed by renowned architect Lucien Lagrange, the hotel also has two restaurants, 4,500 square feet of meeting space, an exclusive 14,000-square-foot health club and spa, and a grand European courtyard. While the building itself is richly detailed, what truly sets the Elysian apart is its dedication to service. From a world-class chef overseeing all of the restaurants and in-residence dining, to chauffeurs, butlers and personal shoppers, the Elysian staff is trained to anticipate every whim.

Elysian Hotel Chicago
Address: 11 East Walton Chicago Il Us 60611, Chicago, Illinois United States

Facts:
Elysian Hotel will incorporate residential units that can be added into the list of hotel suites available when residents are out of town.
The building will have two residential units per floor, with 10 to 12 foot ceilings and private terraces.
The tower will incorporate a tuned liquid damper at the top to counteract the effects of wind on the slender structure.
The building was approved by the city council on Monday June 13, 2005.
The plans for this project have changed a few times: originally designed for 153 units in a 502′ building, it was later doubled in size with a height increase to 770′ before a final reduction.
In 1972 the 14-story Restaurant Building was proposed on this site, with a separate restaurant planned for each floor.