I don’t think there is any need to describe what this hotel is and what it would look or feel like from the inside. Cant, you read the name of the hotel? It says Hard Rock Chicago, so if you’re a rock maniac and are traveling to Chicago, then you should make no other choice but to book a room in this historic hotel with music everywhere.
The interior designing of the hotel pays homage to the Rock’n’Roll music genre. Memorabilia from musical legends is going to bring a smile across your pretty faces. When it comes to the location, then I can say this with full confidence that there are very few hotels out there that are situated in a better location than the Hard Rock Chicago Hotel.
There is absolutely no beating the Michigan Avenue location. Walk for a mere five minutes and you can reach Millennium Park, the mainstream shops of Michigan Avenue, and the business district. Adding to that, the hotel has cultural institutions like the Art Institute, the Museum Campus, the theatre district all around it.
Last but not least, what makes the location, even more, sweeter is that there is just about every good food or drink bar nearby. Discuss focusing on a subject. The main thing you find in the hall is two Fender guitars you can play. The front work area is a nook upholstered in artificial snakeskin, intended to resemble a recording stall, and sound wave pictures line the cover.
A visit here resembles a night in a music exhibition hall, with memorabilia on each floor. The jaunty staff will make a special effort and even oblige in an off the cuff memorabilia voyage through the lodging’s hero relics. On the second floor, there’s a sizeable rec center and a spa with two treatment rooms, and the entryway has table tennis.
Double Rooms start from $120 in the low season and from 230 in peak. Breakfast does not come with any of the deals. Wi-fi services are free of charge.