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Welcoming guests since 1928

Welcome to The Whitehall Hotel

Enjoy Vintage Charm & Modern Luxury Near Michigan Avenue

The Whitehall Hotel Chicago offers the charm of a bygone era in an upscale four-star boutique hotel setting steps from famed Michigan Avenue. Enjoy exquisite dining, thrilling nightlife, and an ineffable sense of history that pervades your experience. Dating back to 1928 and the birth of "The Magnificent Mile", our guests have included a host of celebrities such as Katharine Hepburn, Richard Burton, Sophia Loren, Paul Newman, and Robert Redford plus music icons Barry Manilow, The Beatles, and Mick Jagger. Throughout our rich history, The Whitehall has served as luxe accommodations with amenities to suit any traveler to Chicago.

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Preview your stay at our boutique hotel in the heart of Chicago's Gold Coast. Feel the welcoming ambiance of The Whitehall. We've kept both leisure and corporate travelers in mind. Our luxurious rooms and suites reflect our charming history and modern sensibilities.


Monet and Chicago

The Art Institute of Chicago is hosting the works of Claude Monet, the father of impressionism, until January 18, 2021



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You Deserve to Splurge

There’s no time like the present.  When life seems very chaotic – the same 4 walls, endless Zoom calls, e-learning – take advantage of The Whitehall’s You Deserve to Splurge getaway.  No muss, no fuss. 



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Our best rates of the year are available now, for a limited time!

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Whitehall Workspace Package

Choose 4 or 8 hour workspace reservation.

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The Whitehall Hotel is a landmark destination on Delaware Place, one-half block west of famous Michigan Avenue shopping and dining, and east of Rush Street, a lively strip of vibrant hotspots with the combination of traditional Chicago flare and international flavor.

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