Dana Hotel And Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDana Hotel And Spa Chicago
The hotel was fantastic. In a great location and room although compact, cleverly designed to create space. Staff were friendly on check in and check out, and the hotel doorman was especially attentive when giving me directions to the nearest coffee shops to help cure my jetlag.
Rooftop bar was great, generally a little quiet during the week, but the roof blew off over the weekend, with an awesome atmosphere both inside and out, great music and excellent cocktails!
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Slowly I opened one eye and scanned my foreign surroundings. I recalled we were in the spare room at Nat’s friend’s place in Milwaukee and thankfully from what I could see through my one eye, the room was not spinning. It seems that my body had efficiently processed all the alcohol from our pub crawl the night before and other than being a little hungry and thirsty, I felt fine. Ro was surprisingly good as well. We emerged into the lounge room to join the others for a ...
... also that the lock keepers building was in the shape of a ship. Perhaps it was the size of the boat but it was difficult to feel the water level rising but soon the lock gates had opened and we were in Lake Michigan. This, obviously, wasn't the first time I'd seen Lake Michigan but it was the first time I'd been in the middle of it and this is when you really appreciate how awesome the view is. On top of that the view of the skyline and Navy Pier is amazing, especially as the ...
... mentioned he wanted to drive the Route 66, I had no idea what Route 66 was. We drove from the Santa Moniuca Pier, California to Chicago but the road actually begins at Chicago, Illinois and finishes at the Santa Monica Pier in California.
It was nicknamed the "Mother Road". This name came from a novel by John Steinbecks "The Grapes of Wrath," where he described it as the Mother Road, the road of flight, and the name stuck.
... back along the lakeside to the city and Grant Park, where we were fortunate in finding a dazzling display of roses, in the Rose Garden.
Back to the hotel, for a brief rest, then we walked along the river - Wacker Drive, to State Street and Macy's department store.
After returning to the hotel, we again had pre-dinner drinks in the hotel bar and then set out for dinner at the "Chicago ...