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Ivy Boutique Hotel
Chicago, IllinoisEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Ivy Boutique Hotel
A new, 63-room boutique hotel located one block from Chicago's Magnificent Mile.
Unlike many downtown Chicago hotels, the Ivy is small, with just 63 guest rooms. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for with the view. The property—set in Chicago's tony Near North neighborhood, one block east of Michigan Avenue—has floor-to-ceiling windows in every suite, so guests get a front-row seat to the goings-and-comings of locals as they stroll towards the shops of Water Tower Place. While the modern lobby is on the cozier side, guest rooms are spacious, and the bathrooms are the trump card, with rain showers, soaking tubs, and in-mirror TV's. Don't miss the art on display, which includes abstract work by Canadian sculptor Fly Freeman and colorful prints by local painter Jenny Scully.
While the Ivy doesn't have its own fitness center, the concierge will provide free passes to the nearby L.A. Fitness Club.
Arrive at Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) which is approximately 16 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 25 and 45 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.233 East Ontario Street, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Original Art Display
- 24-hour Front Desk
- Concierge Service
- Business Services
- Laundry Service
- Passes to nearby Fitness Club
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Air Conditioning
- Flat-screen TVs
- iHome Alarm Clock Radios
- Luxury Linens
- Mini Bars
- Marble Bathrooms
- Rain Forest Shower
- Sea Salt Soaking Tubs
- In-Mirror TVs
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Rooftop Lounge
- In-Room Dining
- 2-person max occupancy
Why We Love Chicago
Chicago's Magnificent Mile is more than just a shopping destination; it's also home to famous landmarks, such as the Wrigley Building and Millennium Park.
Where to Eat: Located across the street from Millennium Park, The Gage serves up seasonal dishes, such as smoked antelope tartare in winter and basil-crusted halibut in summer.
24 S. Michigan Ave.
Dinner for two $125.
Where to Drink: Host to legendary acts Chicago, Cream, and The Velvet Underground, the Original Mother's maintains its rock-and-roll roots with frequent live music performances. Order one of the local brews, such as Goose Island and Two Brothers.
26 W. Division St.
Drinks for two $15.
Best Day Trip: Starved Rock State Park, two hours northeast of Chicago, has 13 miles of well-marked trails, many of which lead to waterfalls and mountain vistas.
Route 178 & Route 71, Utica, Illinois.
Why Go Now
September 21, 2013
Chicago Food Social
It's a smorgasbord on wheels at this event that boasts local food trucks, chef driven restaurant mobiles and celebrity demonstrations to delight visitors' palates.
Kendall College (parking lot) 900 N. Branch St. Chicago.
October 10 - 24, 2013
49th International Chicago Film Festival
Watch one of over 100 feature films, including documentaries, and short subject films from film makers around the globe.
AMC River East 21: 322 E. Illinois St.
November 23, 2013
Magnificent Mile Lights Festival
Michigan Avenue welcomes the holiday season with a grand parade, special store window displays, and more than a million twinkling lights.