This is a hotel at a very good location but that is the only advantage it has. Don't bother arriving there in a car for if you want it parked at this hotel you must pay close to $60.00 a night (over night parking in nearby lots can be found at $32.00) if you opt for a room with two twin beds, you get a room that barely fits one of them. In other words a small room is the norm here. An exteremly busy hotel,you barely get any service and have to stand in line to check in, for the elevator etc, etc. Others on this site have pointed out the confusing layout of the hotel and I agree. There is a new wing that has been integrated with the old building and that makes it confusing. Fitness room is good but there is a charge. If you get a deal (I thought I did at about$150.00 per night) know that there will be other ways you will pay for it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- InterContinental Chicago is a lot like the city itself: historic but hip, refined but relaxed, cultured but comfortable. A member of Michigan Avenue s architectural elite since 1929, our hotel is within easy reach of Chicago s incomparable museums, stores, theatres and restaurants. Navy Pier, Shedd Aquarium and Oak Street Beach are minutes away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental Chicago Hotel Chicago
- Chicago Intercontinental