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Top 10 Downtown Chicago Hotels: Where to Stay in Downtown Chicago 2014 Reviewed by

Chicago's Famous Downtown Boasts Incredible Things to Do, Nightlife, Iconic Attractions to See & Visit, and Arguably, the Most Elegant and Beautiful Hotel Options in the City!

CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 02/25/14 -- Chicago is known for its incredible things to do, so why not match the best activities with the top hotel options in the city? Today, ( released a list of top places to stay in downtown Chicago.

"Everyone knows downtown is the place to be when visiting Chicago!" explains Lindsey Skinner, editor of Lindsey added, "But with so many options to choose from, the question really is, who to pick and why? We've come up with a cheat sheet list of the hotels that offer the best specials, packages and deals, all oriented around the discerning and distinct taste of the Chicago traveler."

1 - MileNorth Hotel Chicago: A classic downtown Chicago hotel, MileNorth not only offers easy access to the best attractions in town, but does so with style and sophistication. Large windows open up to spectacular views of downtown Chicago, so enjoy the view from above.

2 - The Fairmont Chicago: Stylish downtown accommodations, incredible packages, and new modern renovations makes The Fairmont Chicago a great place to spend the trip. Incredible suites and beautifully decorated rooms offer guests comfortable and chic lodging options.

3 - Sofitel Chicago Water Tower: Wake up on the top of the world at Sofitel Chicago Water Tower. The unique design of the building, coupled with luxurious suites make this hotel a downtown Chicago classic. Don't miss the Magnifique Breakfast package!

4 - Hotel Felix: One of our absolute favorite downtown Chicago hotels... why? Hotel Felix was Chicago's first Silver LEED hotel - making it noteworthy in regards to sustainability and eco - friendly practices. Hotel Felix invites you to experience an upscale boutique hotel that blends a comfortable elegance with inspiring natural elements, all within walking distance to the River North neighborhood, Magnificent Mile shopping and world-class dining. Hotel Felix. Happy. Naturally.

5 - Inn of Chicago: The moment you step into the lobby of the sophisticated downtown Inn of Chicago you will know you have made a good choice in hotels. This boutique hotel offers a glamorous skyline terrace, hotel fitness center, cocktail lounge and other amenities to make it shine brighter than others. Enjoy the spectacular view of downtown Chicago while enjoying the best accommodations the Windy City has to offer.

6 - Best Western River North: Newly renovated guest rooms offer Chicago Travelers amenities such as free WiFi, cable, and complimentary in-room coffee. Enjoy Pizzeria Ora, the hotel's on-site restaurant. The hotel also offers a heated indoor pool. But our favorite part? Free parking!

7 - Hotel Allegro: If it's a meeting or event that brings you to Chicago, the Allegro Chicago is the best bet. Perfect for weddings, business meetings and social events, the staff at Allegro Chicago make sure to make the event one to remember.

8 - Hotel Sax Chicago: Hotel Sax gives Chicago Travelers sophisticated lodging in the heart of the River North area. Beautiful suites, 24/7 fitness center, dining options and iHome sound systems put Hotel Sax Chicago on the top of the list for amazing amenities.

9 - The Allerton Hotel: Located on the famous Magnificent Mile, The Allerton Hotel boasts not only comfortable accommodations, but the chic M Avenue Restaurant, M Avenue Lounge, and a convenient business center for those in town on business. Enjoy the convenience of great location paired with the sophistication of The Allerton.

10 - The Drake: The Drake prides itself on holding the highest standards, and it shows. from outstanding views of Lake Michigan to beautifully decorated suites and rooms, The Drake makes it hard to leave the hotel! Plus, they have an array of amazing specials, from American Girl Place® Package to a Bed & Breakfast package.

For a complete list of hotels in Chicago, visit

Chicago is one of the top vacation destinations in America famous for its unique character, annual events, popular foods, and architecture top sports teams. guides travelers to all the best things to do, top places to eat and deals on the best places to stay in Chicago.

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