The Omni Chicago is a very nice hotel. The only problem is that there are a lot of very nice hotels in Chicago. We booked a corner room, and it was nice. It had a window above the headboard of the bead, which was kind of neat. The room was small, but omni was upfront about that by telling you the sq ft on their websitie(I think 400sqft). It is called a suite, but it is no bigger than most other hotel rooms. What makes it a suite is just that instead of leaving it as one normal size room, they have made it into 2 separate small rooms separated by french doors. It does have 2 TVs, but the one in the bedroom is a rather small tube tv. We requested an upper floor twice, but only received the 11th, I think the hotel has 25 or more floors. We did not notice any areas of concern in cleanliness. The bed was decent. The fitness room was large and had a lot of equipment. The hotel does have a small pool. Having a pool is more rare than you might expect in downtown Chicago. The hot tub was broken when we were there, but the pool was warm. The hotel has 24 hour room service, which did come in handy for us. The location is great if you want to do shopping, but it's not the best area for nightlife. We paid 249 for a corner suite that included parking and $50 in breakfast food credit. That price put it at the upper end of hotels in it's class for these dates. The rooms don't seal very well from the hall. Noise and conversation can be heard in your room, though, overall the halls were quiet.
Bottom Line. There are a lot of nice hotels in Chicago, this is one of them. If you choose Omni you'll surely be satisfied.
- 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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- Omni Chicago