Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile is a hotel of true distinction and grand architecture situated in the heart of downtown Chicago.
Unique in architectural design, the Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile is four stars worth of luxury. The lobby and meeting rooms combine the perfect amount of simplicity, sophistication and comfort to provide guests with a stay to remember. Located in the heart of the historic district, the Sofitel is just minutes away from the world renowned ‘Magnificent Mile’. Walking through the doors leaves a striking first impression as elements of both modern art and distinctive architecture are illuminated in dramatic lighting.
The Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile has 415 rooms, each lavishly decorated with designer furnishings and sleek marble bathrooms. Designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, the rooms give off a warm ambience due to the natural hues on the walls and the custom made furniture. Even the smallest room, at 350 square feet, provides ample space, which is further exaggerated by the airy, floor-to-ceiling windows. The Sofitel is renowned for its SoBed sleeping system and tech-savvy facilities, including a 32” flat screen TV, Bose sound system and complimentary high speed Internet access.
Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile features the on-site restaurant, Cafe de Architectes, where guests can sample a range of gourmet French cuisine. Additionally, the intimate atmosphere of Le Bar has made it a downtown hotspot; a stylish watering hole providing both indoor and outdoor drinking areas.
The Gold Coast neighborhood is one of the most prestigious and affluent in all of Chicago. The area is best known for Michelin-star restaurants like The Lobby and Spiaggia. Gold Coast is also popular for its upscale boutiques and elite stores like Kate Spade, Anthropologie and Barney's New York. The neighborhood has beautiful historic mansions and offers easy access to nightlife venues, upscale restaurants and swanky hotels. Located on the North Side along Lake Michigan, Gold Coast is home to a number of historic landmarks like the Charnley-Persky House and The Archbishop's Residence. The neighborhood is also home to museums and art galleries like the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art.