A great view of Lake Michigan and a luxury hotel is what you find at the Four Seasons Hotel in Chicago. There are 343 guest rooms just feet away from the famous Michigan Avenue shopping area. Rooms from the thirty-second to forty-sixth floor provide awesome views of Lake Michigan or of Chicago’s stunning skyline.
Services in your room include a refrigerated private bar, substantial terry bathrobes, twice a day housekeeping, wired and wireless Internet access, air ionizer, if requested, in-room safe, lighted make-up/shaving mirror, DVD and CD player, clock radio, multi-line telephones with voice mail and a hair dryer. As to your room selection, a moderate room selection supply a sitting area with armchair, chest of drawers, LCD flat-screen TV and a desk and chair.
The bathroom is in beautiful marble and has a deep tub with attached shower. You get one king bed or two twins, and one extra roll-away if requested. The color palette will be blue and taupe or chocolate and silver. These rooms are located on the scenic floors from floor Thirty-two to floor forty-six. A superior room has one king bed or two double beds with maximum occupancy three just like the moderate room, the deluxe rooms are somewhat bigger than the moderate or superior rooms and are equipped with wheel chairs, and a premiere room has a dining table large enough for two people and a sofa.
An executive suite is very large you will get French doors or sliding glass doors separating the bedroom from the living room and a deluxe city view. Larger suites include a dining table for four, a king-sized bed and two twin beds, 5 adults are allowed and there two bathrooms, one with a shower and one with a bath. An author suite is on the forty-sixth floor and is huge with two king beds, English furnishings, two full bathrooms and guest room with shower.
Six adults are permitted, completed with a fax machine. The price of a moderate room starts at $395, and executive suites start at $770. Suites with bedrooms separately are from $1,060 to $3,900 per night, this includes the Author (stayed in by real famed authors) suite which is $1,700 for one night. For $1,700 or more you will get two bedrooms. French and American cuisine are at the Seasons restaurant. The Lounge and Conservatory serves buffet, afternoon tea and has nightly entertainment.