6 Luxe Chicago Hotel Rooms–And Why They're Worth It!

If you need a staycation, a break from the daily grind, or a venue for an upscale afterparty, keep reading. Chicago is a magnet for anyone craving a super-luxe good time, and we've handpicked 6 of the hottest hotel rooms in town to prove it. Sometimes a fashion splurge just won't cut it (we know, the horror) and only 24-hour luxury will to do the trick. If the photos won't convince you, the amenities will — we're spilling all the details on what make these sky-high sticker prices worth every penny. So, pick a favorite and start packing. There's a room key downtown with your name on it.
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Public Hotel's Celebrity Suites offer the space and comfort of home, if your home came with room service and imported Frette sheets. Add to that the ability to take an elevator ride to Pump Room, and you've got our attention (and credit card!).


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Public Hotel, 1301 North State Parkway (at Goethe Street); 312-787-3700.


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The Dana Hotel's Nirvana Suite is an obvious favorite among celebrities and Chicagoans alike. If the city view won't sell you, the spa-like bathroom and rain shower (for two) just might.


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The Dana Hotel, 660 North State Street (at Erie Street); 888-301-3262.


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Aside from the fact that we get a kind of spy movie vibe from this room, the Chairman Suite at the Hotel Sax doesn't sacrifice comfort to visually dazzle us. We'd like our mail forwarded to all 1,720 square feet of this room, thanks.


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Hotel Sax, 333 North Dearborn Street (at State Street); 312-245-0333.


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The Penthouse at Palmer House Hotel is 3,700-square-feet of classic, elegant staycationing. The 11-room suite has played host to Bill Clinton, the Dalai Lama, and other esteemed guests. Are you the next one?


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Palmer House, 17 East Monroe Street (at State Street); 312-726-7500 .


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Fresh off of a remodel, The James Hotel is everything we wish our apartments could be (in our sweet, sweet dreams). The Penthouse Lofts' spacious layout comes with a projection DVD player and full library of DVDs. But the reason we're really staying here? The room comes with a personal assistant, driver, and mini spa services.


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The James Hotel, 55 East Ontario Street (at Rush Street); 312-337-1000.


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We could rave about the view from theWit Hotel's Paramount Suite, or you could just stare into this photo for a minute. We'll wait...

This modern-but-cozy suite can be connected to other suites, allowing you to take over as much of theWit as you like.


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theWit Hotel, 201 North State Street (at Wacker Drive); 312-467-0200.


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