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Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

 

Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

Four Seasons Chicago
General information
Location 120 East Delaware Place
Chicago, Illinois
Coordinates
Opening March 1989 [1]
Owner Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Technical details
Floor count 16
Other information
Number of rooms 345
Number of suites 156 [2]
Number of restaurants 1
Website
www.fourseasons.com/chicagofs

Four Seasons Hotel Chicago is a part of the Toronto-based Four Seasons chain of luxury hotels and resorts. It is one of the two Four Seasons Hotels in Chicago, the other, the Ritz-Carlton (Four Seasons) is located just a few blocks away. It is located in downtown Chicago, on the north end of the Magnificent Mile, overlooking Lake Michigan. The Hotel is located between the 30th and 46th floor of the 900 North Michigan shopping mall, which contains luxury stores such as Bloomingdale's, Michael Kors, and Gucci.

History

Opened in 1989, Four Seasons Hotel Chicago currently houses 345 guest rooms, offering views of Lake Michigan or the Chicago Skyline from the 32nd to 46th floors of the tower.

900 North Michigan is part of Chicago's Magnificent Mile, known for its architectural landmarks such as the John Hancock Center, seasonal events such as Light Nights in winter and area cultural and entertainment attractions.

Four Seasons Hotel Chicago will soon undergo its first renovation. The renovation will provide a French Art Deco design to the structure, patterned after a 1930s style.

References

  1. ^ "The Four Seasons Hotel, Chicago's Five Star Standout - and the Air Show!". Chicago Now. 19 August 2011. Retrieved 10 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Accommodation Fact Sheet". Four Seasons. Retrieved 10 June 2012. 

External links

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