The hotel lobby is large, with elegant lounge areas that accommodate leather sofas and fabric sofas. The environment is refined by a large quantity of oil-painted canvases.
This is a landmark, lakefront hotel with an enchanting view of this fast-paced city.
All rooms at the hotel feature luxurious beds, a marble bathroom, and a flat-screen HD TV with HBO channels. Each room has an iPod docking station, a refrigerated minibar and a coffee maker.
The Camellia Room is a breakfast room and has been renovated by Diane Rostenkowski. It offers a wonderful view of the lake. The hotel also houses the legendary bar, Coq d'Or opened a day after the lifting of the ban on December 6, 1933. Today, it remains a popular meeting place for locals and guests at Chicago's historic hotel, serving executive-sized cocktails, wines, beers, and classic comfort foods.