Park Hyatt Chicago
Park Hyatt Chicago enjoys prime position on Chicago’s famed Magnificent Mile. As impressive as its location are the hotel’s museum-quality works of art, the most remarkable of which is unquestionably Gerhard Richter’s masterpiece, Piazza del Duomo. Richter’s 1968 painting has been displayed at the Art Institute of Chicago, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC, but now presides over the hotel’s lobby. If the center of the home is the kitchen then it should come as no surprise that Park Hyatt Chicago’s NoMI Kitchen is the focal point of this Windy City home-away-from-home, with its warm and welcoming atmosphere, and mouthwatering menu that celebrates the farmers, ranchers, cheese makers, and artisans of the region. Oh, and did we mention the cheese cave? It’s in the wine cellar, we insist that you pay it a visit!
The Peninsula Spa by ESPA, Chicago
At the heart of The Peninsula Spa by ESPA, Chicago lies an urban retreat permeated by indulgence and deep relaxation. ESPA has created a collection of advanced treatments for The Peninsula Spa by ESPA. Therapies uniquely layer European and Asian philosophies for an entirely new, holistic experience that may be enjoyed in one of the eight serene spa treatment rooms and suites. Treatments include the use of the Spa facilities, including the steam room and relaxation lounges. Other facilities include a manicure / pedicure room as well as an outdoor sundeck, where health-conscious spa cuisine is served.