theWit Chicago - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

201 N State Street ChicagoIL60601

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This hotel is located close to the iconic magnificent mile known as Michigan Avenue. Guests can take a short stroll and marvel at the city's premier museums, cultural landmarks, and entertainment, experiencing the allure and style of the Chicago Loop. This hotel was built in 2009. The air-conditioned establishment comprises a total of 298 rooms. At the accommodation, travellers are welcomed at...
by skoosh on November 12, 2018 from skoosh


Instead of a ho-hum chocolate on your pillow at turndown, you might return to your room to find a mini Rubik's cube, an old-school paddle-ball game or a bright yellow, light bulb-shaped stress ball awaiting your return, accompanied by cards bearing quotes from famous wits like Benjamin Franklin and Emily Dickinson.
by Citysearch on April 20, 2011 from Citysearch
Even if you're not a gym rat, don't miss the fitness center. Trust us, the view of the thundering El train tracks and the iconic Chicago Theatre sign through the wrap-around floor-to-ceiling windows will raise your heart rate.
by Citysearch on April 20, 2011 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

This "trendy" Loop spot sports a neon lightning bolt down the facade and has more of a boutique sensibility than a typical Doubletree, but still offers the trademark "warm cookie at check-in" -- though the real claim to fame is the rooftop bar, a "place to see or be seen" that has a retractable glass enclosure for year-round partying and "tremendous" views (bonus: guests at the hotel “do not...
by zagat on January 02, 2014 from zagat
The atmosphere at this sleek spot, topped by ROOF, one of the Loop's most happening bars around, is fun and youthful, and the rooms are moderately sized and modern, with hanging wall art meant to resemble puckered lips. The hotel announces itself with a massive lightning bolt out front and winged lighting sculptures in the lobby. It's an excellent place to see and be seen; you'd never guess...
by fodors on March 04, 2013 from fodors
This vibrant, fun hotel immerses guests in its urban setting: Two-story-high lobby windows look directly onto a bustling El station. Although it belongs to the Doubletree chain, the Wit has a boutique sensibility: The rooms mix dark wood furniture with orange and blue decorative fabrics, and the popular top-floor bar, Roof, brings a dash of South Beach style to the conservative Loop. (It's...
by frommers on December 26, 2012 from frommers
Designed by Chicago architect Jackie Koo with interiors done by Cheryl Rowley, the Wit holds 238 rooms and enough killer views to make Sears seem superfluous. TheWit not only dislikes spaces in its name, but it also hates letting go of the caps lock key: SCREEN is the luxurious multimedia screening room, ROOF is the ultimate year-round rooftop lounge with fire pits, live music, and (um, sure)...
by blackbookmag on October 29, 2010 from blackbookmag

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by Citysearch on February 14, 2019 from Citysearch