Broadway buffs won’t be able to pass up the Cambria Hotel Chicago Loop’s incredible location in the same building as the James M Nederlander Theatre. The building is walking distance to Millennium Park, State Street Shipping, The Art Institute of Chicago and Water Tower Place, among other Windy City attractions. The hotel is one of Egencia’s Top 100 Corporate Hotels, outfitted in chic decor that fuses modern amenities with classic Chicago fashion. Plus, everything you need is right here: business and fitness centers, on-site dining and flexible meeting space.
The Cambria – Best for…
The Cambria Chicago is pretty ideal for those traveling for work. Its prime location makes it easy to get where you need to go, and it’s just across the street from the CTA Red and Blue train lines and a few blocks from all other lines. All guests access free WiFi anywhere in the hotel, plus free coffee and a full-service business center offering copy, fax and teleconference service. Plus, if you’re tired from a busy day, you can regain your energy in the fitness center or grab a meal at Intermission, the on-site restaurant. All rooms feature a dedicated workspace with a desk and chair.
If you’re hosting guests for a meeting, the Cambria has an array of flexible group meeting spaces. Several conference rooms feature many layouts for whatever type of meeting, training workshop or networking event you’re hosting. Choose from conference, U-shape, classroom, banquet and theatre layouts. There is also a full catering menu available.
Cambria Chicago Loop Amenities
Cambia rooms are styled in modern decor with elements that highlight the prime Chicago location. An array of layouts including king rooms, king with chaise, double queen with chaise, double queen, king suite, double queen suite and accessible rooms. All accommodations come with free WiFi, a 49-inch flat-screen TV, complimentary bath products and a workspace with ergonomic desk and chair.
The hotel also has a state-of-the-art fitness center, business center with printing and fax, as well as banquet and meeting spaces.There is also an on-site restaurant, Intermission Bar and Kitchen. Intermission serves up a menu of modern American classics, paired with craft beers from nearby Midwestern breweries. It his home to happening happy hours and lively weekend brunches—complete with bottomless mimosas and bloody Marys.
Cambria Chicago Loop – Theatre District Neighborhood
The theatre district location shares a building with the James M Nederlander Theatre, and is also steps from the area’s many entertainment venues, like the Cadillac Palace Theatre and CIBC Theatre. If the shows are what brought you to Chicago, take advantage of one of Cambria’s Broadway packages. Shopping on State Street, Shedd Aquarium, and Millennium Park are also just a short walk away. Plus, public transit options are easily accessible, with the CTA Red and Blue train lines across the street and more lines just a few blocks away.
Nearby accommodations include the Renaissance Chicago Downtown, Kimpton Hotel Allegro, The Pittsfield, and Staypineapple The Loop Chicago. The price of the Cambria is in line with nearby competitors.
If you are a Broadway buff in town to see some great shows or a business traveler hoping to stay in the heart of the action, the Cambria Hotel Chicago Loop – Theatre District is an attractive option. There’s free WiFi, on-site dining, and a prime location just steps from entertainment and shopping. Check out Hamilton, Cabaret, Chicago and Jersey Boys at the nearby CIBC or go downstairs to see what’s in the James M Nederlander Theatre, which shares a building with the Cambria. If the shows aren’t attracting you to the Windy City or you don’t need to take advantage of the hotel’s business services, check out options a little further south that are closer to the park or the Art Institute.