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The Peninsula Chicago
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108 East Superior Street, Chicago

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Four Seasons Chicago
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120 East Delaware Place, Chicago

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Trump International Chicago
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401 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago

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Park Hyatt Chicago
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800 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago

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The Langham Chicago
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330 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago

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Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park
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200 North Upper Columbus Drive, Chicago

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The Talbott Hotel
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20 East Delaware Place, Chicago

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Chicago Athletic Association
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12 S Michigan Avenue, Chicago

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Godfrey Hotel Chicago
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127 West Huron, Chicago

One of the most affluent neighborhoods in Chicago, the Gold Coast is located along the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan. With famed Magnificent Mile to the South and Oak Street Beach to the east, this historic upscale neighborhood offers some of the finest dining, theater, shopping and nightlife the Windy City has to offer.
Lincoln Park is situated north of the Gold Coast and River North neighborhoods. Offering a myriad of dining, cultural and entertainment options, and close to downtown, Lincoln Park is a great location from which to explore the city.
Magnificent Mile is a shopper’s paradise, with over 450 stores sprawled over one mile that extends along north Michigan Avenue. Along with the numerous retail options, visitors to this wildly popular area can experience some of Chicago’s most impressive dining and historic landmarks, including the Water Tower and Pumping Station, one of the very few structures that were left standing after the Great Chicago Fire.
River North is a vibrant neighborhood immediately north of Chicago’s downtown Loop area. By day visitors enjoy trendy boutiques, art fairs, galleries, restaurants and antique stores. As night falls, the River North area comes alive with a plethora of hip clubs that draws a chic crowd.
What was formerly known as an industrial area, is now an up-and-coming neighborhood for young professionals. Offering shopping, dining and nightlife, the South Loop has become a huge draw for visitors. From legendary blues clubs to historical landmarks like the 1836 Clarke House, the South Loop is a great neighborhood from which to explore the Windy City.

Streeterville is nestled between the Magnificent Mile and Lake Michigan, making it a prime location from which to discover the very best shopping, dining, entertainment and historic attractions. Popular landmarks such as Navy Pier and the John Hancock Observatory can be found in this colorful and vibrant district.

Named after the elevated “El” train which coils around the city center, the “Loop” is Chicago’s downtown area. A busy business district, this neighborhood also has its fair share of culture. Skyscrapers and office buildings sit next to Chicago’s famed Theater District, which is home to some of the city’s most popular productions. Chicago’s Grant Park and Cloud Gate sculpture also reside in this district.

There’s no city in the American Midwest quite like Chicago. As one of the largest cities between New York and Los Angeles, it’s considered the heartland of the United States, and has an incredible array of amenities to back it up.

Chicago’s skyline is filled with some of the world’s most impressive architectural marvels. Meander the Riverwalk, hop on a Chicago River cruise tour or rent a kayak and get up close and personal with the city’s built history.

Prefer to see things from a completely different perspective? Look up — way up. The 360-degree views of the city from either Skydeck Chicago in the Willis Tower — the tallest building in the western hemisphere — or the 360 Chicago observation deck on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Center are jaw-dropping experiences.

Heights not your thing? The Impressionist collection at the Art Institute of Chicago are sure to, well, make an impression, as are the modern masterpieces from across the globe. And of course a visit to Anish Kapoor’s Cloud Gate — better-known as The Bean — is a must. (A selfie is practically mandatory.) The nearby 24-acre Millennium Park is a must-see natural beauty, and the Lakefront Trail is a great spot for a walk, run or (weather permitting) skate.

While you’re exploring Chicago’s outdoor attractions, be sure to pop over to the 606, a new 2.7-mile trail on an old repurposed above-ground rail line that’s reminiscent of New York’s High Line.

You’re sure to work up an appetite while exploring Chicago, and the city’s culinary diversity and talent is surprisingly strong. From a casual (and oh-so-classic) hot dog to white-tablecloth fare and everything in between, the city’s a real treat for foodies.

There’s no city in the American Midwest quite like Chicago. As one of the largest cities between New York and Los Angeles, it’s considered the heartland of the United States, and has an incredible array of amenities to back it up.

Chicago’s skyline is filled with some of the world’s most impressive architectural marvels. Meander the Riverwalk, hop on a Chicago River cruise tour or rent a kayak and get up close and personal with the city’s built history.

Prefer to see things from a completely different perspective? Look up — way up. The 360-degree views of the city from either Skydeck Chicago in the Willis Tower — the tallest building in the western hemisphere — or the 360 Chicago observation deck on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Center are jaw-dropping experiences.

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The Peninsula Chicago
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108 East Superior Street, Chicago

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Four Seasons Chicago
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120 East Delaware Place, Chicago

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Trump International Chicago
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401 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago

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Park Hyatt Chicago
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800 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago

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The Langham Chicago
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330 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago

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Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park
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200 North Upper Columbus Drive, Chicago

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The Talbott Hotel
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20 East Delaware Place, Chicago

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Chicago Athletic Association
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12 S Michigan Avenue, Chicago

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Godfrey Hotel Chicago
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127 West Huron, Chicago

One of the most affluent neighborhoods in Chicago, the Gold Coast is located along the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan. With famed Magnificent Mile to the South and Oak Street Beach to the east, this historic upscale neighborhood offers some of the finest dining, theater, shopping and nightlife the Windy City has to offer.
Lincoln Park is situated north of the Gold Coast and River North neighborhoods. Offering a myriad of dining, cultural and entertainment options, and close to downtown, Lincoln Park is a great location from which to explore the city.
Magnificent Mile is a shopper’s paradise, with over 450 stores sprawled over one mile that extends along north Michigan Avenue. Along with the numerous retail options, visitors to this wildly popular area can experience some of Chicago’s most impressive dining and historic landmarks, including the Water Tower and Pumping Station, one of the very few structures that were left standing after the Great Chicago Fire.
River North is a vibrant neighborhood immediately north of Chicago’s downtown Loop area. By day visitors enjoy trendy boutiques, art fairs, galleries, restaurants and antique stores. As night falls, the River North area comes alive with a plethora of hip clubs that draws a chic crowd.
What was formerly known as an industrial area, is now an up-and-coming neighborhood for young professionals. Offering shopping, dining and nightlife, the South Loop has become a huge draw for visitors. From legendary blues clubs to historical landmarks like the 1836 Clarke House, the South Loop is a great neighborhood from which to explore the Windy City.

Streeterville is nestled between the Magnificent Mile and Lake Michigan, making it a prime location from which to discover the very best shopping, dining, entertainment and historic attractions. Popular landmarks such as Navy Pier and the John Hancock Observatory can be found in this colorful and vibrant district.

Named after the elevated “El” train which coils around the city center, the “Loop” is Chicago’s downtown area. A busy business district, this neighborhood also has its fair share of culture. Skyscrapers and office buildings sit next to Chicago’s famed Theater District, which is home to some of the city’s most popular productions. Chicago’s Grant Park and Cloud Gate sculpture also reside in this district.
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