Virgin Hotel Chicago combines innovative technology with unique charm and character for a perfect stay.
Housed in a building bursting with character, Virgin Hotel Chicago offers an unparalleled level of hospitality and service. Its dedication to meeting all consumer needs has resulted in optimum style, comfort and value. Virgin’s trademark use of technology is evident in the simple yet intuitive features that ensure guests get the most out of their stay. Sitting atop Chicago’s historic Loop district, guests can enjoy uninterrupted views from the rooftop, or unwind in the modern gym and spa.
Virgin Hotel presents its guests with a chamber rather than a room. These tailor-made designs combine a dressing room, hallway and bathroom, separated from the main sleeping lounge by panelled wooden doors. Complete with an ergonomic bed, these unique spaces create the ideal environment in which guests can recharge. An elevated poliform closet provides ample storage space, and the flat screen TV, mini-bar, and vanity table add to the large range of facilities.
Guests at Virgin Hotel can choose between four dining options, each offering a distinctive culinary experience. Miss Ricky’s, a reinvented American diner, is open from dawn until late, while The Commons Club next door provides a cocktail happy hour for guests and visitors alike. Alternatively the Virgin Hotel Chicago is home to TwoZeroThree coffee bar and Cirese restaurant.
Magnificent Mile is considered by many the heart of Chicago with over 250 restaurants and 450 stores and offers an urban Chicago experience unlike any other. The ‘Mag Mile’, as it’s often called, is best known for its luxury boutiques and impressive mega malls with brands like Tiffany Co., Cartier, Burberry and La Perla. The upscale neighborhood stretches from Oak Street to the banks of Chicago River. Travelers will enjoy easy access to attractions, entertainment, shopping and dining, all in one place. The neighborhood is home to iconic buildings like the Tribune Tower and John Hancock Center as well as monuments like the Water Tower.