We are in a lovely room with a window seat and a very firm, comfortable king bed. The room has great lightling, including two bedside lamps that turn off quietly. There are both sheer and darkening blinds which raise and lower remotely. The bathroom had twin sinks and a wonderful showerhead. The only downside is that the closet is a little small if one wanted to hang up a weeks worth of clothing for 2 people. The hotel provides complimentary water in the room and coffee and tea on the first floor. The fitness center is great----many cardio machines, strength machines, free weights, mats and medicine balls. It's also cooled to a nice temperature. There is pool that is a couple lap lanes and long enough to really swim.
The restaurant has a nice view, but is really expensive. Around the corner is an Einstein's bagels and a tea shop, both of which are a less elegant but more moderate way to have breakfast. However, it depends on what you want. The hotel is across from Water Tower place and also close to bus and metro stops. There is valet parking---
I paid for this with airline points and I don't know what it costs in dollars and so whether it's worth it. Of course, that depends on what you want. There's no doubt, it is much nicer than a Hampton Inn and many others.
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- Hyatt Chicago
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