About the Fairmont Hotel Chicago Millennium Park:
The Fairmont Chicago underwent a $50 million renovation in 2010, and the upgrade put them back in direct competition with the contemporary luxury hotels that have been sprouting up in the city. The renovation also allowed them to create a block of "PURE" rooms and suites -- hypoallergenic, allergy-friendly spaces for hotel visitors with "environmental sensitivities."
Rooms are tastefully decorated with various muted tones of ivory, tan, and brown and are appointed with a number of amenities including a separate tub and "rainfall-style" shower, a 42" flat screen television, iPod docking station, separate dressing area, wireless Internet (for an extra fee), windows that open, Miller Harris bath amenities, a work desk and more. The Fairmont's location on the fringe of downtown gives rooms great views of either the Chicago skyline or Lake Michigan.
Dining and nightlife options include Aria Restaurant, which features contemporary Asian cuisine and sushi; Aria Bar, serving a Japanese noodle menu as well as sushi and sake; and ENO Wine Room, offering three of life's greatest pleasures -- wine, cheese, and chocolate.