• Hilton Chicago Introduces Newly-Renovated Suite

    POSTED March 8, 2013

Modern amenities meet historic richness in the Hilton Chicago’s newly renovated Conrad Hilton Suite. The largest hotel suite in the Midwest is often referred to as the "Midwest White House," as every United States President since Ronald Reagan has stayed there. The space features a Grand Salon complete with a fireplace, a library with a pool table and bar, a dining room with seating for up to 14 guests, three bedrooms with full bathrooms and a private kitchen.

After the $1.8 million makeover, the Conrad Hilton Suite now boasts a dynamic new layout and an updated décor including a new color palette, refinished floors, a marble fireplace and a grand piano. The second floor is home to the remodeled bedrooms, which now feature semi-private gathering spaces within each room, upgrades to the dressing rooms, new night-cap bars and freestanding bathtubs and glass showers.

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