If you’re going to visit the Windy City, it only makes sense that you would get blown away. And no destination in Chicago will leave you as breathless as the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago.
Discreetly tucked away on the corner of Michigan Avenue and Delaware, just steps from the world-class shopping thoroughfare known as the Magnificent Mile, Four Seasons Hotel Chicago combines impeccable service, stunning décor and the highest standards, all in the ultimate urban location.
Whether you are in town for business or pleasure, the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago offers the quintessential home away from home, surrounded by business and financial centers and all the fabulous sites and attractions Chicago has to offer. Take a stroll to the Museum of Contemporary Art around the corner, window shop on world famous Michigan Avenue, then bop over to Millennium Park to see “The Bean,” as locals call the stunning, enormous sculpture properly known as Cloud Gate.
After a day of running around, head back to your urban oasis so you can pamper yourself in the spa and rejuvenate in the relaxing lounge, and if you need more exercise, work up a sweat at the extensive fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment.
Traveling with your kids? Well, the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago will make them feel right at home with a welcome amenity, bath robes that actually fit, and you can reserve the hotel’s very own Storyteller, who arrives with a selection of books on a silver tray and reads to your enthralled youngsters.
In recent years, Chicago has become known as a premiere gourmet destination, and the Four Seasons adds to that scene with the new Allium. Boasting a chic urban atmosphere and inviting tones, the menu features farm-to-table cuisine and vegetables from the hotels own rooftop garden.
For location, luxury and lush surroundings, next time you are in Chicago make the Four Seasons your mansion in the sky.
Stacy Steponate Greenberg brings over 15 years of travel and marketing experience to Pursuitist. With her column, The Overhead Compartment, Stacy interviews celebrities and athletes bringing an insight into their lives and travel habits. Stacy spent 11 years at Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide in various capacities, serving stints as Director of Marketing for the St. Regis and Sheraton brands, and Senior Director for Starwood Residences. Prior to Starwood, Stacy worked as Manager of Marketing for Hyatt Hotels. A native of Chicago, Stacy resides New York City with her husband and two kids, who like to “rate” the various hotels on their travels with their mom. Reach Stacy via Twitter twitter.com/StacyGSG.