The hotel is in an excellent location for anyone who wants access to Millennium park, Michigan Ave or even Navy Pier. Its a five minute walk to the park, not quite twenty to the pier or fifteen minutes to the heart of Michigan Ave. The hotel is only eight minutes from exiting the train at Millennium Park Station when we ride the South Shore line.
We have had the privilege to stay in three different room types at the Radisson Blu Chicago. And we each prefer something different, go figure!
This was a park view suite. Hardwood floors, and the white decor similar to the park view rooms. It had a separate room with a couch and tv. The bathroom was accessed through the bedroom.
There is a desk toward the room entrance, and the coffee maker is on the left near the entrance.
Or there is the the corner view room I had for my birthday that is my favorite room at the hotel. You had to close the blinds generally when in the bathroom but look at this view from the bathroom. You don’t get that at home! I really, really liked the bathroom, it was almost as big as the main room. It had its own thermostat!
This corner room was another two queen room that faced Columbus Drive. And on the business level floor so it was a quick walk to breakfast. The same wood floor and white decor as the park view rooms that I somehow forgot to take a photo of. So we have bathroom pics and not room pics from this stay.
And then on the first stay the girls and I were given a business level room city view room with the modern black bathroom. It was perfect for two teen girls! The room was the blue city view room with plush carpet and dark wood. On the same floor as the lounge so we could walk to grab a coke.
Daughter would tell you the dark city view room is her favorite. She loved the blue tones and the sparkling bathroom. I prefer the park view rooms with their sea glass bathroom style. No matter which you book you cannot go wrong at the Radisson Blu.
More information can be found here: http://www.radissonblu.com/aquahotel-chicago