Located next to Grant Park and the Chicago Loop, the historic Renaissance Blackstone Hotel on Michigan Avenue is a Chicago landmark. Since 1910 the hotel has played host to a spectrum of guests from the famous to the infamous… including Katherine Hepburn, Al Capone, and a variety of United States Presidents.
Its elegantly restored French Beaux-Arts structure offers a glimpse of the grandeur from a bygone era, and the luxury accommodations evoke a feel of new world royalty. The facilities include 328 guest rooms and over 11 thousand feet of event space. Nearby attractions abound, including the Magnificent Mile, Chicago Art, and the Field Museum, McCormick Place, Millennium Park, and Navy Pier.
Long ago christened “the windy city” and memorably labeled by Frank Sinatra as “my kind of town”, Chicago has many sights to see, but visitors staying at the majestic Renaissance Blackstone Chicago Hotel have a head start. They’re already at one of them.