Chicago openings: Hyatt, Marriott. The new Hyatt brand that was announced a few months ago — Hyatt Centric — has opened its first property in the heart of Chicago.
The Hyatt Centric The Loop Chicago occupies a former office building at 100 W. Monroe St. and offers a “minimalist decor” in its 257 guest rooms. Another Centric is due to debut in Miami next month.
Elsewhere in the Windy City, Marriott’s Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel at 1 West Wacker Drive has finished a massive $27 million renovation of its lobby area and all its guestrooms with “Chicago-centric design elements” …
Another new brand aimed at the Millennial market — Marriott’s AC Hotels — is due to cut the ribbon on a Chicago property next month: The former Hotel Rush (and Four Points) at 630 N. Rush St. will be reborn as the 226-room AC Hotel Chicago.
Need more brand new Chicago hotels? We’ve got a newsy post for you here about the new: Hotel Chicago, Hyatt Regency, Langham, a big renovation completed at the W Lakeshore, plus the new Thompson hotel. Check it out here!
New hotels are always exciting, but unfortunately all this new supply has not dampened rates in the Windy City– a decent hotel is still quite expensive, especially when there’s a big convention in town.
What’s your favorite hotel in Chicago? Why?
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