• Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile Celebrated One Year Anniversary

     
    POSTED July 11, 2014
     

This summer, the Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile commemorates one year of success after their $25 million renovation. The renovation transformed the hotel’s 419 guest rooms, lobby, indoor pool and fitness center, to suit both leisure and business travelers.

As a result, the Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile has received a number of awards including, being ranked in the top five of Hyatt locations; which is also thanks to their dedication to customer excellence. TripAdvisor travelers have also given the hotel top ratings.

"The extensive reinvention has allowed us to provide our guests with improved guestrooms and amenities in a beautiful setting," said Doug Dean, general manager, Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile. "We are very proud of our team’s exceptional level of customer service and humbled by the recognition we have received as our guests are our number one priority."

Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile, operated by Davidson Hotels & Resorts and owned by Sunstone Hotel Investors, features 20,000 square feet of meeting space, including a state-of-the art boardroom and expansive ballrooms and salons. The meeting venues feature natural sunlight and views of Chicago, with modern technology and audio-visual support. The salons and two grand ballrooms offer space for private cocktail events or large gatherings. The Escape Bar provides space to check your e-mail or having a casual meeting. It offers complimentary Wi-Fi, four iMac® computers, two LCD HDTVs, printers for, and shelves stocked with books for guests to enjoy at their leisure.

Chicago-based design firm Looney & Associates, headed the renovation process, bringing a metropolitan and contemporary feel to the hotel. 

The Hyatt is steps away from numerous downtown attractions and restaurants, such as the John Hancock Center, Water Tower Place, and of course, the Magnificent Mile. 

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