Best Rooms: By staying on floor 24, you might be able to get a partial city view from rooms facing north.
Best Rooms: Only ten stories high, you won't find any great city views. Try to stay on the east side of the hotel for at least a view of Wabash Avenue.
3.5 star hotel
Area: Printer's Row
0.38 mi from Symphony Center
Best Rooms: Premium King rooms all have a good views of the surrounding area.
Best Rooms: Higher floors facing north offer the best views of Michigan Ave., while the northwest views are of the Chicago River and the Marina Towers.
Best Rooms: If you're looking for the best view, it's best to book a Chicago River View room. All standard guest rooms have city views, but the views may be blocked by surrounding buildings.
Best Rooms: The Premiere Corner King rooms have wraparound views that can include the Navy Pier, the city skyline, Lake Michigan and Millennium Park. If you want a room with a view but need more than one bed, request a Classic Room Special View, so you don't miss out on views of the Navy Pier, Chicago River and Lake Michigan.
3 star hotel
Area: Near North Side
0.87 mi from Symphony Center
Best Rooms: Rooms facing opposite East Grand Avenue have the best city views, from floors 15 and higher; these can be booked in any room category, though suites with 2 double beds with this view are limited.