Park Hyatt Chicago is the founding Park Hyatt, boasting an impressive art collection and coveted cuisine in a convenient Gold Coast location near the Magnificent Mile. Rooms boast views of Lake Michigan and the Water Tower, with comfy window benches and spa-inspired bathrooms. Enjoy a relaxing respite with the on-site spa and three-lane, 25-yard lap pool boasting views of the Chicago skyline. Plus, like all Hyatts, you can bring your four-legged friends as well. For five-star service and personalized amenities, look no further.
Park Hyatt Chicago: Best for… Foodies
Culinary aficionados will love the array of epicurean experiences at Park Hyatt. The hotel has several award-winning dining experiences: NoMi Kitchen, NoMi Lounge, and NoMi Garden. The name is a nod to the hotel’s location on North Michigan Avenue. In warmer months, the popular Southern French–inspired fare at NoMi Garden is enjoyed al fresco rooftop environment. NoMi kitchen is a relaxed, open-kitchen eatery boasting some great views and better seasonally inspired flavor, also inspired by light French fare. NoMi lounge combines a swanky bar atmosphere with a relaxed atmosphere and craft cocktails and sommelier-selected wines.
Park Hyatt also has a Masters of Food & Wine series, which brings one-of-a-kind experiences to the hotel’s worldwide locations. Interactive events feature unique food and beverage offerings hosted by Park Hyatt chefs, sommeliers and mixologists. Check out what is coming to Park Hyatt Chicago when you’re in town.
Park Hyatt Amenities
At Park Hyatt, 198 rooms offer the pinnacle of luxury. King and double room layouts can be upgraded for Water Tower, lake views or accessibility features. You can also choose the most luxurious option, deluxe king with balcony. For longer stays, choose from an array of elegant suites, which boast a luxe bath, separate dining area, kitchenette and wet bar. All rooms have deep soaking tubs, window benches along full glass walls and expansive work stations. There’s also a 55-inch flat screen TV, Le Labo bath toiletries, a coffee maker, minifridge and mini bar.
Park Hyatt also boasts an on-site spa with treatments like an ancient Ashiatsu barefoot massage or HydraFacial. NoMI spa creates personalized treatments from massages to body therapies and facials. When you’re done, unwind with a dip in the three-lane, 25-yard lap pool on the seventh floor with striking city views.
Another Hyatt perk is that you can bring your pooch! Pets are welcome, and hotel staff will bring a dog bed, dog bowl with water and treats straight to your room. You’ll have to pay a $100 fee, but it’s for a good cause. Hyatt donated 100-percent of that to PAWS (pets are worth saving), Chicago’s largest no-kill animal shelter.
Of course, there’s also a 24-hour fitness center and StayFit gym. There’s also a business center and 5,000 square feet of event space. You can also enjoy perks like 24-hour in-room dining, complimentary shoe shine and a courtesy car.
Park Hyatt Chicago Location
Park Hyatt Chicago is situated next to the historic Water Tower downtown. Walk steps to all of the luxury shopping along Magnificent Mile, or take a five-minute stroll to attractions like the Museum of Contemporary Art and Lake Shore Park. The Navy Pier and its famed ferris wheel are just about a mile away, and Park Hyatt offers a complimentary car to get you from A to B. They also offer complimentary bicycle rental, so you can cruise along the Lakefront Trail, just a few blocks East.
Hotels are pricey in this neighborhood, as are nearby competitors Sofitel Chicago, The Peninsula Chicago and the Ritz Carlton. Of the competing five-star options, Park Hyatt offers competitive, albeit still expensive, pricing.
The Verdict on Park Hyatt Chicago
Park Hyatt Chicago offer the best of the Chicago, steps from Magnificent Mile and the historic Water Tower. Along with its location, there are some luxe amenities to justify the five-star rating. There’s an on-site spa and luxurious pool, a swanky fitness center and several on-site restaurants including a rooftop bar. The hotel also boasts an impressive lobby art collection which you can enjoy over a cocktail in the lounge. Rooms are cleanly appointed and minimally decorated—not necessarily anything to rave about there. If you want five-star accommodations and a price that’s more affordable than the Ritz, Park Hyatt is a great option with a lot of luxury.