535-room hotel constructed in 1920 by Architect Benjamin Marshall.
140 East Walton Place, Chicago, Illinois 60611, North Michigan Avenue and East Lake Shore Drive bound the hotel structure.
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535 Guest rooms on 10 floors, two Executive Floors and 55 Executive Floor Rooms, 74 suites individually decorated including a five-room Presidential Suite.
Four major banquet and meeting areas include The Gold Coast Ballroom, Walton Room, French Room, and the Grand Ballroom. 14 smaller meeting rooms (33,657 sq. ft. of meeting space) equipped with high-speed Internet, and wireless hot spots in Drake Bros., Palm Court, and Gold Coast Foyer—20 meeting rooms in total.
High-speed Internet, dual line speakerphones with caller ID, in-room safe, daily newspaper, flat screen TVs, in-room iron and ironing boards and alarm clock radios with MPV docking station, express checkout available.
The 3000-square-foot facility is equipped with 14 state-of-the-art PRECOR endurance, strengthening and cardio machines, Paramount free weights and three plasma television screens for guest use only.
All major city transportation facilities serve the hotel. Frequent bus, taxi, and limousine service is available to and from O’Hare and Midway airports and train stations.