Like some of the other reviewers, my wife and I were able to book this hotel for 4 nights through Priceline's deals offer. I was able to determine that it was the Omni based off the amenities offered. Booked it for $135/night. I probably could have gotten it lower through Name Your Price, but I was happy with that price. Came to $161/nt with tax.
The hotel was great, as were the staff. So friendly and attentive. The hotel restaurant, 676, was also delicious with a cool view of Michigan Ave. The rooms were a little dated, but the location could not be beat (unless you want to be on the lake). Rooms were clean, nice bed, and pillows.
Overall, was perfect for our trip and would stay there again without hesitation (especially for the price).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The only all-suite luxury accommodations on Michigan Avenue are now even better - located in the heart of the city, the Omni Chicago Hotel is celebrating its recent renovation. The $11 million transformation includes a renovation and upgrade of all public space, and newly appointed guest suites, including 10 specialty suites. Inspired by Louis Sullivan's intricate sketches, the Chicago School's building materials of terracotta, limestone, steel and brick and the whimsy of modern sculptures synonymous with the city, the new Omni Chicago guest room is truly a reflection of Chicago's unique blend of modern and historical charm. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Omni Chicago