About the Wit Hotel:
Located in a prime spot in Chicago's Loop on State Street next door to the Chicago Theatre, the Wit is a boutique hotel steps from business centers, retail stores, and theaters , making it a good alternative to Michigan Avenue hotels. It's position downtown also affords certain rooms with very nice views of the Chicago River, Lake Michigan, or Millennium Park.
The Wit offers several dining/drinking options. Cibo Matto (which means "crazy food") is a contemporary Italian restaurant featuring a 10-foot glass-enclosed cheese and salumi display and a 4,000 bottle wine vault; Roof, a 7,000-square-foot bar on -- what else -- the roof of the hotel 27 stories up, serves "small plates" and luscious cocktails to guests lounging on the patio at the fire pits and communal tables; State and Lake is the hotel's more casual spot open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and is a warm space filled with wood, leather, and cork serving "seasonal, chef-driven American" food. Guests looking for a different way to relax can take advantage of the Wit's full-service spa.
Standard amenities include: "Sweet Dreams" signature bedding, refreshment bar, wired/wireless high-speed Internet, touch-screen telephone, work space, 42-inch high definition entertainment center, alarm clock with iPod docking station, robes, "spa-inspired" bathrroms, lighted make-up mirror and hair dryer, coffee maker and complimentary coffee, and an in-room safe.