Hotel 

Designed by renowned Chicago architect Harry Weese, Swissotel Chicago is an award-winning luxury hotel overlooking the Chicago River and Lake Michigan, just steps from the Magnificent Mile. The distinctive 4-diamond, all-glass hotel offers spectacular wrap-around views from Navy Pier to Millennium Park, state-of-the-art penthouse fitness centre, and spotless European-style service.

Swissotel Chicago features newly renovated sleek accommodations, generously over-sized luxurious rooms and suites, a full range of exclusive amenities, and a newly designed Penthouse Fitness Centre with panoramic views from the 43rd-floor.

Reservations

Please note:

To accommodate your travel plans, rooms are available in our block starting October 11th and ending October 25th.

Click here to book a hotel room at the Swissotel Chicago!

Location:

Swissôtel Chicago
323 East Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601-9722, US
(312) 565-0565

Airport Information:

Flying into Chicago is fairly easy. You have two airports to choose from: Chicago O’Hare (KORD) or Chicago Midway (KMDW). If you’re flying in from outside of the United States, O’Hare is a convenient choice. If you are flying domestic, Midway would offer you a more economical option. For more information please visit FlyChicago.

Public Transportation:

Chicago has many options for transportation from subways to taxi cabs and pretty much anything in-between.

For information about getting around Chicago via the subway system visit The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) website for fare information. The CTA offers transit from both O’Hare and Midway.

For information about how to get from O’Hare to the hotel via public transportation click here.

For information about how to get from Midway to the hotel via public transportation click here.

A cab from O'Hare to the hotel will be approximately $55 one way. The cost from Midway will be approximately $40. 

Lyft or Uber are both options as well, although rates vary.

NOTE: Renting a car is not advised because parking downtown is expensive and difficult.