As one of the top luxury hotels in Chicago, the Park Hyatt Chicago is a landmark property that perfectly captures the pillars of the Park Hyatt Chicago. With its focus on the pillars of luxury, service, food, and art, as well as the attention paid to enhance the talents and beauty of Chicago, the Park Hyatt Chicago definitely displays that it is a top Chicago hotel. It’s approachability also turns the Park Hyatt Chicago into an ideal luxury family hotel. With its special treats for children, its pet friendly policy, and its friendly and polished staff, The Park Hyatt Chicago certainly feels like a luxury home away from home.
As you step through the doorway into your Park Hyatt Chicago rooms, you are filled with a sense of comfort and quickly notice the rich textures and marble granite throughout the space. With a window bench in each room, an open concept bathroom with sliding door, and some of the best views of either Chicago’s original Water Tower or Lake Michigan, the rooms are the embodiment of cozy digs. The additions of the ergonomic Eams chairs and complimentary tablets for guest use in some rooms are great amenities available for guests.
However, the best rooms at the Park Hyatt Chicago are the suites. The Armani and Bottega Veneta suites of the Park Hyatt Chicago were specially designed by the brands to display their individual tastes. The Armani suite in particular retains an impeccable flair from the lower framed European styled bed to the full china available for tea. It also has one of the best lake views in the Chicago area.
The Park Hyatt Chicago’s 7th Floor centers on its NoMi brand. With the NoMi Spa, NoMi Garden, NoMi Lounge, and the NoMi Kitchen, everywhere you turn there is NoMi. The Spa includes a 24 hour fitness center, an intimate nail salon, and the quiet treatment rooms that are one of the only places to get a hydrofacial in a Chicago hotel. The NoMi Garden is the outdoor terraced oasis that is open for lunch and dinner. The space truly makes guests feel as though they are secluded from the crowds but surrounded with the spectacular views of Chicago skyscrapers. The NoMi Lounge, which is not usually staffed during the day is a desirable place to relax and request for a drink from the Garden or the Kitchen. Speaking of the NoMi Kitchen, it is the Park Hyatt Chicago’s main restaurant, which is almost completely open concept. Most of the food is prepped and plated right in front of the guests which makes them feel as though they are part of the cooking process. It feels similar to watching the preparation segments of “Chopped” but without the competition. The NoMi Kitchen also has spectacular views of the original Water Tower, which adds to its elegant charm.
One of the most impressive aspects of the hotel is the abundance of remarkable artworks. Drawing from the Pritzker Family’s art collection and commissions from the School of Art Institute Chicago’s student work, the presence of cultured sophistication never leaves the awareness of the guest. The lobby is the first place to begin the art tour with a centerpiece made of the moving boxes of Robert Rauschenberg as he was moving to Florida. Some love it, some do not but ultimately it draws the eye. The artistry continues with the wall of fossils found in the library off the corner of the library and the artworks in the art gallery. The art gallery is especially significant as it includes an original early sketch by Matisse and displays of Dale Chihuly Glass works, which are also found in the event spaces. Everywhere you turn in the Park Hyatt Chicago you can feel more and more how important art is to the Chicago locals. You can also feel how important it is to the Park Hyatt to connect their guests with the surrounding environment.