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The Whitehall Hotel Chicago4 Stars
105 East Delaware Place Chicago IL 60611
In the heart of downtown, the Whitehall Hotel is located on Delaware Place, only a half of a block from the famous shopping of Michigan Avenue and is just slightly east of Rush Street nightlife.
There are 222 rooms and 8 impressive suites at the Whitehall Hotel. All offer individually controlled climate control, high quality linens and toiletries, telephone, wireless high speed internet access, cable television, in-room safe, ironing supplies, hairdryer, clock radio, complimentary newspaper, and black out drapes to ensure a good night's sleep.
The Whitehall Hotel is proud to offer the Fornetti Mei (meaning "beautiful little oven"), an impressive pan-Italian restaurant famous for its wood-fired pizzas and charming and romantic warm atmosphere. The restaurant also pays homage to the hotel owner's Asian background with an extensive Asian offering.
The Whitehall Hotel Chicago offers its guests a 24-hour business centre, with computer, work desk, and printer.
- NOTE: Guests must be at least 21 years old to check in.
- 1 km to the City Centre
- 3 km to the Train Station
- 27 km to the Airport
- Baby Sitting Service
- Conference Facilities
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Parking Facilities
- Banquet Facilities
- Disabled Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Bar / Lounge
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Room Service
- Air Conditioning
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Mini Bar
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Modem / Data Port Connection
The Whitehall Hotel Chicago Guest Reviews (169)
The Whitehall was a great way to experience Chicago. Located in the more happening part of town, with the pier and train stations close by. Beautifully decorated and clean, rennovations did very little to affect our enjoyment of this hotel.
Cyclone Tracy wrote on July 25, 2012
It was hot in the hotel. The elevators are very small and very slow. Both were usually not working at the same time. There are not coffee pots in the rooms and when I went down each morning the coffee was already gone (staff had already cleared it) or they were out of coffee and nobody to refill it. There were no outlets to use for iron. Had to set ironing board in small bathroom. It was a good location, but for $170/night it was not worth it. Plus, it was an additional $150 for 3 day stay for parking.
reta wrote on May 31, 2012
Overall a great value for the price. In midwinter, on a snowy evening, it was somewhat cold in the room, but still a cozy bed with plenty of comfort
JohnW wrote on January 23, 2012
a lovely hotel in a superb location. construction did not detract from this gem
lescon wrote on January 21, 2012
While the rooms were dated, they were comfortable, especially the beds, the bath was well complemented, including nice big bath robes. At first we had trouble with the overhead heater in the bathroom, one mention to the staff and it was quickly taken care of. Similarly we had a problem with our bedside clock, but it was replaced within a few minutes. Even though the attached Fornetto restaurant was undergoing some renovation, the hotel lounge bar was comfortable, and the service and food in the restaurant was excellent. We have stayed at many hotels in Chicago, but if you are looking for an older, homey European feel, at good value, this is the place.
Marg and Mike wrote on January 16, 2012
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