December 8, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Whitehall Hotel in Chicago, Illinois
A landmark destination in the heart of downtown Chicago, The Whitehall hotel offers a luxurious sense of grace and grandeur. Meticulous attention to detail is featured in the magnificent restorations, garnering rave reviews from top travel critics. Vacation in style with the finest amenities delivered by this American classic. This independent boutique hotel in the heart of the Windy City offers an inspiring blend of incredible hospitality with urban panache. With 222 magnificent guest rooms and eight elegantly adorned suites, sublime comfort and soothing ambiance will be the backdrop for your urban retreat.
Discover the city with every major attraction at your doorstep. The Whitehall Hotel is on Delaware Place, just west of Michigan Avenue and east of Rush Street. The hotel's central location between two of the city's high-energy hot spots means that world class entertainment, bars and restaurants are at every turn - and notably, can be reserved by the conscientious hotel concierge. The Magnificent Mile, John Hancock building, and gorgeous lakefront are just a few of the destinations you can explore during your days. Oak Tree boutiques are a stones throw away, providing a unique shopping experience for you to take home when your vacation has ended. Discover the city's amazing museums, where impressive collections dating to 3,000 B.C as well as modernist visual masterpieces will provide a diverse experience during your luxury Chicago vacation.
Location of The Whitehall Hotel
Nearest Airport: ORD
Amenities for The Whitehall Hotel
- General Information
- 222 Guest Rooms
- Pet Friendly
- Private Dining
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Fitness Center
- Valet Parking
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Iron/Ironing Boards
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Meeting Rooms
- 24-Hour Business Center
- Historic Sites
- Public Transportation
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for The Whitehall Hotel
Great property and location, not well set-up for business travel. Check-in was friendly, but slow. Room well appointed but plugs hard to access. Breakfast was good, but slow and server unfriendly, unaccommodating.
INtraveler06 - Bloomington, Indiana
The Whitehall Hotel is the best value in downtown Chicago. It is located a half block off Michigan Avenue and two blocks from the Water Tower. Room are comfortable and reasonably well maintained. Beds are outstanding. If you are flexible in your dates and prepay for your room, the pricing is great.
wjvmov - Haslett
It is centrally located thats for sure and it is decently priced. It could need a renovation and the cost for "the extras" are well marked in an offensive way and whatever you..do not print without checking the price.
Birgitta-Kenneth - Solna, Sweden
Good solid historic hotel with fair room rate prices, located in a centrally area near The Magnificent Mile and a very good staff. The hotel is showing some aging signs that may not suite certain folks, but the age does give the hotel and the rooms specifically charm.
Darren S - El Paso, United States
Hotel is in a fantastic location. We got a decent price so I could not complain. Although I definately wouldnâ€™t rate the hotel a 4.5 star... The rooms are very spacious but extremely dated. Be sure to bring a power strip or extension cord if you need to plug in more than one phone or need a CPAP machine. Our closet door track was severely bent and the mirrored glass was scratching anytime we tried to open. Was afraid of breaking the mirror so we couldnâ€™t use it. The beds are in metal casters and both myself and my daughter hurt our feet. My daughter actually cut her foot open. The shower head was extremely low. I am 5â€™8â€ť and I had to slouch to use it. My husband is 6â€™2â€ť and Iâ€™m sure it was uncomfortable for him to use. The good: Location. Others had complained about the elevators but we never had to wait even though they were tiny. The bellhop (I believe his name is Jamie) was super nice and helped with the luggage both up and down. With all the choices in Chicago not sure if we would pick this hotel again.
- Detroit, Mi