Magnificent Mile-River North
PUBLIC Chicago is a complete transformation of the Gold Coast's famed 1926 Ambassador East Hotel and its historic Pump Room restaurant. PUBLIC, conceived by Ian Schrager, is an entirely new class of hotel taking the best from the luxury segment, boutique hotels and select service hotels to create a new genre of hotel where everything has been rethought and every original idea updated. Only services that matter are offered, those that guests really want and need rather than an array of superfluous services they do not use.
The hotel's spacious and oversized guest rooms and suites are individually furnished with integrity, taste and superb functionality. Decorated in a soothing, "no color" color palette feature Italian linens, minibars, iPod docks, and 42" flat-screen TVs. Suites have separate living areas and some have an outdoor terrace with spectacular city views.
The Pump Room, created by clebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, serves American fare for breakfast through dinner. The bar offers cocktails, light food, and music in a 1930s atmosphere.
Further amenities include free loaner bikes, iMacs and outlets in the lobby, a coffee lounge, a screening room, and a fitness centre.
• 285 rooms
• Hotel opened: October 2011 (formerly Ambassador East Hotel)
• Interiors: Yabu Pushelberg
Private parking on-site (surcharge).
• Michigan Avenue "Golden Mile": 10-minute walk
• Lincoln Park: 10-minute walk
• Oak Street Beach: 10-minute walk
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