The Ritz-Carlton Chicago (A Four Seasons Hotel)
Travel Blogs from Chicago
Made it to Chicago yesterday. The flight was smooth, so that was a plus. We got to the Four Seaons, and man, what a posh place. Take a look! Went to work today and trained about 30 people. The people at the Chicago office were absolutely wonderful! Went to dinner with Dad at Big Bowl. Thought it was great. Now we leave to come home early in the …
... or perhaps rose gold with regard to body.
There are usually various brands associated with root beer for sale in great BRITAIN now but A&W appears being the particular function as. Additional brand names include Barqs, IBC and also Mug.
The last watch to mention will be called the particular Breguet Double Tourbillion made by simply Breguet. This particular watch is actually ...
... cool this down once you are home. It is looking to keep a cool temperature constantly, using a lot of electricity to battle the high temperature, should it be on throughout the day.
Dealing with your HVAC system doesn't need to be difficult particularly if you stick to the suggestions that have been given inside the above article. The above tips may help simplify your experience. Start now, and also you can't get it wrong.
VISIT US: ...
This site is really helpfull, I am travelling to Nepal in December 2013 and would like to visit India at the same time, I do have a Nepal tourist visa . My question is , Do i need a Indian Visa to cross the border and do i have to go through immigration . i Do have a US passport. ...
... and 2 seats on the right), so no chance to see any scenery. Listened to the iPod, played tic-tac-toe, read a bit on Molly´s Kindle, and watched the movie ¨Hyde Park on Hudson.¨
Other than that, the 8 hour flight was uneventful. Think I slept all of 15 minutes. :( Molly got about 2 hours in. So when we arrived at 8 am in Madrid, we were a bit tired...
The flight took forever! And that is all I have to say about the plane. :-)
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
Historical Traveler Reviews The Ritz-Carlton Chicago (A Four Seasons Hotel)
Look elsewhere for the $
stayed there in june 2004 for 1 week. views of lake were superb. only thing going for it. conceierge and check in not up to scratch, and disinterested. staff in restaurant & coference dining were superb. i feel management less than interested in hotel but think they are big time because of hotel brand. second time at ritz/four seasons never again. overpriced & fake
My standard room was quiet, comfortable and larger than average. However, whether this hotel is worthwhile depends on your lifestyle. I was there in March 2005 to attend a business conference. Perhaps the hotel should have frequent guests fill out a preference form.
We stayed in the Ritz-Carlton over New Years Eve and had a truly exceptional time. This is how hotels ought to be run. The staff are amazing and impeccable, always catering to every need and always at attention. When I disputed a charge there was no dicussion, it was simply taken off straight away. We stayed in a very expensive suite as I proposed to my girlfriend that night. We were sent chocolates and champagne complimentary, and we were put in a special corner suite overlooking the lake and the city. Everyone treated her like a princess. It was a remarkable night.
I really can't say enough about this place. I've stayed at many a five-star hotel but none compares when it comes to quality and perfection.
The Best of the Best
My wife and I thought this hotel was uniquely superb. We ended up doing a bit a research and found out that many customers must feel the same way, as it has won the finest hotel award for all of North America for the past 4 years!
The key is the people working at the Ritz. They have a way anticipating your next need without having any snobbery or pretense.
We plan to go back whenever we can.
Plush elegance in a great location
I stayed here twice for business in the fall of 2003. One time I had a very large, gorgeous room with a wonderful view of the Sears building and lakefront. The size of the room almost swallowed the king sized bed. The other time the room was much smaller but came with a small sofa, and the view was of the city. The elegant decor, bedding and furniture all befit a Ritz-Carlton hotel. The staff were always pleasant, helpful and eager to serve - they were almost disturbingly subsequious... The food in the meeting rooms was the only mediocre aspect of my stays - just typical hotel food. A truly elegant, luxurious place to stay on someone else's expense account!
Stayed here over Easter. What a wonderful hotel, smiling helpful staff, a totally relaxing atmosphere, I revelled in the complete peace and quiet. I can only compare the comfort of the bed to a cloud. I'm a light sleeper and I know we werent the only guests but there was absolutely no noise, nothing at all. Tears from my teenage daughter were imminent when her hair straightners didnt work, within minutes staff sourced some from a nearby hair salon, I need these folks for trouble shooting back home! Do eat in the Dining Room mmmm definitely grownups food. I cant understand the previous poor review at all, staff at this hotel were genuinely charming and helpful and made my daughter feel like a princess. When asked on checking out if there was anything which could have made our stay more enjoyable I had to think for a moment and finally admit that I'd have liked to find George Clooney in my suite. Maybe next time.
My first experience at a Ritz Carlton. We had a suite and it was just perfect except for a light over the bar which kept on going out. They wanted to fix it but they needed tear the ceiling out in order to replace the whole fixture but we declined and told them that they could fix it when we left. The bathroom door wouldn't shut unless you pulled the door hard toward you and it would lock - even though maintenance worked on it - it still didn't work. BUT... other than those two things the everything was PERFECT!
On several occasions I have treated my wife and daughter to a stay at the Chicago Ritz-Carlton. It is true that they make kids feel special but the best thing of all is the location...above the fabulous Watertower Mall. Other nearby attractions are American Girl Place, John Hancock Center and Bistro 110.Nothing for kids to do? Take the Musuem Express Bus down to the Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium and the Museum of Science & Industry. If it is near the holidays, take the kids to the Chicago Symphony's Christmas program.....a lively and fun event.I don't know how you spend $4000 on a hotel room but we really like the Jr. Exec suites for about $390.
The good the bad and the ugly(this hotel falls into the catogory of ugly)
the dining was bad and there was nothing for my five year old son to do.I stayed in the imperial suite.I payed 4000 dollars for it.
My husband and I along with our three children stayed in this Ritz hotel in April and we all had a wonderful stay. My children are kind of young (ages 2-5) and I was concerned that maybe the hotel would be too "stuffy and up-tight" with kids in tow, but nothing could be further from the truth. Our kids enjoyed their stay as much as my husband and I did! The staff was extremely friendly and outgoing with my kids. They were consistently made to feel special and because our kids were treated so well, my husband and I felt great, too. A toy wagon was brought out upon our arrival and the kids got to pick out a new toy each to take up to the suite. When we got to the room there was a box for each of my kids with a helium balloon, coloring book and crayons and chocolate chip cookie and a juice box. For my husband and I there was wine and cheese. Yes, the suite was expensive---but we were spoiled, the service was superb and we would go back there in a heartbeat. If you can swing the money----take the plunge---and have an exceptional stay in Chicago.