The city’s skyline can be seen from the ever-popular NoMi Kitchen, where American farm-to-table dishes get a global spin courtesy of chef Satoru Takeuchi.
Chicago’s Magnificent Mile is one of the city’s most illustrious strips, close to boutiques and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Naturally it is also home to the upscale Park Hyatt. The city’s skyline is one of the country’s most impressive—it can be seen from each of the hotel’s 198 guestrooms, as well as the ever-popular NoMi Kitchen, where American farm-to-table dishes get a global spin courtesy of chef Satoru Takeuchi. There are other boons to the rooms, too, like the Eames chairs in which to settle in with a book, and the spa-like bathrooms with oversized tubs and walk-in showers. As expected, the suites are particularly special. In the Park King, for instance, there is a glass desk. In the 1,850-square-foot Watertower, guests enter through a marble foyer. The Lake Suite was created in collaboration with Bottega Veneta and features furniture and accessories from the fashion house’s collection. Devoted to rich textures, it brings together leather pillows, mohair velvet wallcoverings, and plush New Zealand wool carpeting.