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dana hotel and spa
Why Stay At dana hotel and spa
Trendy 216-room boutique hotel strategically situated within easy walking distance to restaurants and shopping on the Magnificent Mile.
Behind the glass-tiled façade of this 26-floor hotel, lies an Art Deco-style interior, which brings hardwood floors, marble counters and softly backlit walls together for an urban-chic ensemble. The rooms, designed in warm earth tones, most notably feature floor-to-ceiling glass windows boasting classic downtown Chicago views. They also come with iPod docks and walk-in glass showers with rainfall fixtures. dana hotel and spa is geared toward its guests' well-being and features a 24-hour gym whose locker rooms conveniently connect to the on-site spa. The hotel prides itself for its green approach, which is also reflected at Argent Restaurant and Raw Bar where building materials were predominately repurposed and reintegrated rather than discarded. Up on the rooftop, the indoor/outdoor Vertigo Sky Lounge and nightclub, popular with the local in-crowd, offers a fire pit, nightly DJs and impressive skyline vistas of the Windy City.
Don't shy away from the traditionally pricey mini bar when you're ready for a nibble: This one holds a selection of reasonably priced munchies as well as chilled private wine reserves.
Q: What's better than a massage therapist dedicated to soothing your sore muscles? A: Two of them. Book the Four Hand Massage at The Dana Spa and get just that.
Arrive at Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) which is approximately 18 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 30 and 45 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.660 N State St, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Steam Rooms
- 24-hour Fitness Center
- Concierge Service
- Valet Laundry
- Wi-Fi Internet
- Mp3 Media Systems
- Flat-screen TVs
- Luxury Linens
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Rainfall Shower Heads
- In-room Wine Chillers
- Coffee Makers
- In-room Safes
- Raw Bar
- Sky Lounge
- Private Wine Reserve
- In-room Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 1 child
- Rate includes hotel tax
Why We Love Chicago
Chicago is the third most populous metropolis of the US and well known for its ambitious architecture and Lake Michigan at its doorstep. It is also home to world-class art museums, stellar shopping and a vibrant music scene.
2039 W. North Ave.
Where to Drink: Check into the Drawing Room for carefully crafted drinks that allow your choice of spirit to shine through. The friendly staff knows how to craft good libations and will help you choose the right one. Sip on a refreshing Old Mare: Rittenhouse 100º, Cassis, North Shore Sirene, lemon and thyme. Cocktails for two $30.
937 N. Rush St.
Where to Shop: More than 500 stalls vie for attention at Chicago's Sunday Maxwell Street Market. Vendors offer everything from farm-fresh produce to pet accessories and housewares.
South Loop at Desplaines Street and Roosevelt Road.
Outdoor Excursion: Cool off on a river cruise during your summer visit. First Lady Cruises partners with the Chicago Architecture Foundation and you'll see the city's impressive buildings best from the water. $37.85 per person/ 90-minute narrated boat tour.
Boats depart at the dock located at the Michigan Avenue Bridge and Wacker Drive.
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.