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Most popular areas in Chicago for 4-star hotels

The lakeside city of Chicago – full of museums, galleries, and stately Beaux-Arts architecture – brims with fancy 4-star hotels. Stay in one of the flashy 4-star havens in Chicago’s Loop area to be immersed in the city’s top cultural sights, upscale restaurants, and high-end shopping scene. The 4-star hotels in the northern end of the Near North area offer instant Downtown access with a quieter setting – so too do the 4-star hotels in the Near South neighborhood.

Top 4-star hotels in Chicago

The Kimpton Hotel Allegro is based in a regal white-stone building and boasts vast guestrooms decked out in antique-style furniture – it also offers pampering spa services and a fine dining in-house restaurant. The Hyatt Regency Hotel, meanwhile, is a modern high-rise hosting airy guestrooms with sweeping city views, valet parking, and a luxurious limo and town car service. The MileNorth Hotel is another ritzy Downtown getaway, were you’ll enjoy a rooftop terrace, 24-hour fitness center, and a stylish low-lit bar lounge.

Where to find the best restaurants in Chicago

Downtown Chicago is chock-full of high class restaurants. Along the Magnificent Mile you’ll find a mix of upscale steakhouses, authentic Italian restaurants, and refined southwestern cuisine diners with live music shows. If you’re looking for experimental fusion cuisine and modern fine dining, check out the trendy and cutting edge restaurants in the hip Wicker Park area, and in the Lincoln Park neighborhood – serious foodies might recognize the names of some celebrity chefs in these cool culinary hotspots.

The most popular things to do in Chicago

Shoppers can start their by day strolling along the downtown area’s Magnificent Mile, a glitzy strip dotted with upscale fashion boutiques. The Art Institute of Chicago, meanwhile, should be top of any art enthusiasts sightseeing list. Located in downtown’s Loop area, this bold Beaux-Arts building boasts bountiful collections of European and American paintings – from Picasso to Edward Hopper. After, stop by the Field Museum of Natural History, based in a white-stone Greek Revival building – inside, you’ll find geology collections of sparkling crystals and giant dinosaur skeletons. If you’re in need of some fresh air, explore Millennium Park, a lush lakeside green space dotted with herb gardens, bright flowerbeds, and public art instillations – like the Cloud Gate, an enormous reflective bean-shaped sculpture, and Crown Fountain, where video projections play across the monolith-shaped fountain’s facade.

Best ways to get around Chicago

Chicago’s public transport includes a comprehensive network of public buses, a suburban rail line, and, for the central areas, the L – an elevated subway that whirls and winds above the city streets. Taxicabs are in abundance across the city, too, and can be hailed on the street or booked in advance from your hotel or restaurant. If you’re looking to travel Chicago in style, some 4-star hotels offer a private town/limo car service – there are independent private car hire companies in the city, too.

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