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Hard Rock Hotel Chicago

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7.9
Good
3,205 reviews
+1 312-345-1000

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
Restaurant

Rock out at the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago

What Does a Hard Rock Hotel Chicago Room Include?

Hard Rock Hotel Chicago rooms have 42” flat screen TVs, iHome Player for iPod, laptop-sized in room safe, mini-bar, coffee maker, and Wi-Fi access for a fee. Daily newspapers can be delivered to your room upon request.

What Amenities/Features are Available?

The Hard Rock Hotel Chicago stands out from the pack with their featured amenities like complimentary access to a guitar or bass guitar to play with headphones, playlists with tunes selected by music industry greats, or the ability to mix your own cuts using complimentary equipment. There is also a 24-hour business center, Wi-Fi in the lobby of the hotel, and laundry service.

What are the Room Rates at Hard Rock Hotel Chicago?

The room rates start at $200 a night.

What’s There to Do Nearby?

The Hard Rock Hotel Chicago is in a great spot for people interested in exploring Chicago. See a game at the famous Wrigley Stadium or take a Segway tour all over the city. Enjoy a show at the Lookingglass Theater Company and then a meal at a restaurant in the Loop.

Does the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago have Meeting Rooms Available for Parties?

The Hard Rock Hotel Chicago has incredible amenities for weddings, anniversaries, bar mitzvahs, and other social events including 20-ft. ceilings, convert venue acoustics, and enough room for a 250-seated dinner.

What’s the Bottom Line?

Hard Rock Hotel Chicago is one of the most eclectic hotels in Chicago, IL. All the fun you’ve come to expect from the Hard Rock Hotel chain in the heart of the beautiful city of Chicago makes a stay at the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago memorable.

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230 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60601
Rooms & Rates
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User Highlights
7.9
Good
Location
"Hotel location is excellent" "Exceptional location"
99% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
98% liked the proximity to shopping.
Service
"Friendly and attentive staff" "Front desk was amazing"
90% found the staff to be very friendly.
77% said the reception staff was great.
Bar and Beverages
"No coffee service" "Bartender ignored us"
Bar service was unacceptable, according to 55%.
Delicious alcoholic drinks, according to 89%.
Vibe
"Old school LED TV" "Curtains looked old"
82% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
65% criticized the unstylish hotel.
Cleanliness
"Smelly property" "Dirty hall ways"
Only 63% said rooms were clean enough.
69% thought the cleanliness of the hotel was average.
Amenities
"There is no vending" "There is no decor"
61% thought the building was acceptable.
For 54%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard.
Comfort
"Loud air unit" "Sheets fell off"
Beds were acceptable for 60%.
72% thought rooms were spacious.
Value for money
"Complimentary ping pong table" "Valet parking expensive"
69% thought it was adequately priced.
Breakfast prices were ok, according to 53%.
Room
"Toilet did not flush properly" "Mirror was broken"
Only 63% said rooms were clean enough.
76% complained about the bathroom.
Breakfast
"No continental breakfast"
Breakfast prices were ok, according to 53%.
Wellness Area
"No workout room" "Workout hard"
53% didn't like the fitness area.
WiFi
"No free wi-fi" "Terrible internet service"
81% said the wifi quality was bad.
69% thought it was adequately priced.

Good to know...

Rooms need regular maintenance
Bathroom could be optimized
Friendly service
Wonderful sightseeing
Expert Reviews
Zagat
No need to “rock hard” to visit this chain link just off the Magnificent Mile (many guests are business travelers), but a “party-ish atmosphere”, slick lobby, and a “cool vibe.”.
Gayot
Its exterior preserves the landmark 1929 Art Deco Carbide and Carbon Building, while its interior reflects a more contemporary style well-known to aficionados of the Hard Rock brand.
Not For Tourists
This 40-story structure, with two basements on rock caissons, was completed in 1929 as an office skyscraper, originally as the Carbide & Carbon Building. Known for its handsome gold and...
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