Park Hyatt Chicago Reviews
800 N Michigan Ave
Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (80 Reviews)
Review by Bing W.
Very nice hotel in a fun neighborhood. Rooms are very good, a bit on the small side. For this they get 4 stars.
Why 5 stars?
Fantastic service. I went…
Review by Foodie I.
Sadly, the Park Hyatt Chicago is completely unmemorable.
Is it a luxury hotel? Yes, but it lacks any soul.
Based on or last stay (our third at this…
Review by Greg S.
Very disappointing. As a Hyatt diamond member I have stayed at many Park Hyatt’s in the world and this is by far the worst one.
The rooms are small, the…
Hyatt Regency Chicago Reviews
151 E Wacker Dr
Average Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (385 Reviews)
Review by Tina L.
This review is for Level Two, the restaurant inside the Hyatt.
Came here to enjoy the brunch buffet, where it’s unlimited bloody mary drinks and mimosas….
Review by David C.
Located south side of the river along east wacker drive, the main entrance was difficult for me to find with my GPS. At first, GPS was trying to have me…
Review by Areosol X.
Sehr schönes großes Zimmer
Freundlicher Check In
Super Lage, die Haupteinkaufsstraße liegt nur ein paar gehminuten entfernt.
Hyatt Place Chicago/River North Reviews
66 West Illinois Street
Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (8 Reviews)
Review by Sarah F.
Stayed here on a recent business trip and was generally very pleased. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful during check-in and check-out. The hotel is…
Review by Patrick R.
Great new hotel but they are definitely still working out the kinks. I was stuck in the elevator for a solid 10 minutes just moving up and down. Yes, Hyatt…
Review by Larry L.
Stayed here for 6 nights in August 2013. I would highly recommend the hotel to anyone that is paying out of his or her own pocket. Brand-spanking new,…
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