Chicago’s Haute Hotel Scene Is Booming. Here’s Where to Stay and Play

Though only ten years old, this hotel is entrenched in city history—it’s set in a 52-story landmark tower, the last building designed by renowned architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the father of the Chicago Skyline and American third quarter modernism.

And, boy, the lake view from The Langham, Chicago’s expansive 12th floor Club Lounge, makes it worth the additional fee for morning through night food and drinks—and wow views. Or dine in style at Travelle, the second floor Asian styled signature restaurant; or tip a pinkie at Pavilion, where a Paddington Bear afternoon tea is served. (Rooms: from $625 per night.)


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