November 13, 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
On our visit to Chicago we stayed at this cozy hotel in the heart of the city. A block away from the best restaurants and shopping in town. The hotel has its pros and cons. However I should first mention that the staff were very pleasant and helpful while responding to requests fast. I would rate the staff a 10/10. So here we go the pros: location is great. We used SpotHero to find in-and-out parking right across of the hotel for a very good price. The hotel was clean and had an option for free WiFi. Beds were nice and firm, and there is a bar downstairs. Cons: prepare for a good wait for the elevators. We werenâ€™t in a hurry for most of the time, but it could be a nightmare if one was. We stayed in room 1508 and the AC unit sounded like engine noise from the back seats of a plane. Loud! But blew cold air. (We didnâ€™t try the heating unit so this review doesnâ€™t apply ) Bathroom were clean however the ceiling had water damage and the paint was pealing off. We had a wonderful stay and the beds were good. But we were really glad the hotel was neat and clean despite the few cons. We would probably stay at this hotel again especially because of the location and great staff. Might test the ac unit next time, before I unpack lol.
Ernest N - Ann Arbor, Michigan
The hotel could not be located any better, top of the golden mile and close to lots of awesome restaurants and bars. The actual hotel is ok, a bit dated and probably in need of a bit of modernisation and it only has 2 Elevators, but is good value. The bar in the evenings is great and the 2 barman we met during the week we were there were good. Recommend this hotel as a great base, location! Location! Location!
Hotel was clean and had a good location. It's an older property and you can tell from the layout. A little cramped feeling. Only overhead light was right next to the doorway, so about four different lamps had to be turned on separately to get decent light. Even then it was dark.
Wilson601 - Jackson, Mississippi
I was very disappointed in the quality of the bed as it was advertised as a Superior King bed. It was the hardest thing I have ever slept on and as a result was extremely tired and sore for my morning meeting. I will not stay here again and I will also let our corporate booking group know that I did not have a good experience.
The lobby and restaurants were beautiful, but the room was dated. While the view was beautiful, and the bathroom was very clean (which is very important to me), I had no functioning outlets, with the exception of one 2-prong outlet that I unplugged the alarm clock from so I could charge my phone.