Hilton Chicago

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Chicago, IL Hotel
Hilton Hotels
Total meeting space21,739 sq. m
Guest rooms1,544
720 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605


Hot Deals over Cool Dates

04/01/2018 – 12/31/2020

Need dates

  • 12/08/201912/16/2019
  • 12/21/201912/30/2019
  • 01/01/202001/21/2020





Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access


  • Onsite restaurant

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Whirlpool

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space21,739 sq. m
Meeting rooms75
Largest room3,729 sq. m
Second largest room3,623 sq. m
Exhibit Space21,769 sq. m

Floor Plans


Floor plans

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms1,544
Double (2 beds)941




Local Attractions

Wabash Arts Corridor

In 2013, Columbia College Chicago launched the Wabash Arts Corridor to immerse students in the creative spirit by using urban spaces and reclaimable resources to revitalize and transform the South Loop business district into one of the city’s major cultural assets. The heart of WAC is Wabash Avenue from Van Buren to Roosevelt and is framed to the east by Michigan Avenue and to the west by State Street. The corridor is regarded as an “living urban canvas” due to its ever growing number of large-scale mural installations and collaborative projects.

Theater District

2 mi. away
Highly respected for both the diversity and quality of its theater offerings, Chicago is known for producing highly creative works performed by top-caliber talent. The city's theatrical diversity is evident in the sheer quantity of live productions that abound, from record-breaking Broadway shows and award-winning regional plays to experimental storefront and edgy fringe theater performances. Brightly lit marquees along Dearborn and Randolph Streets mark an area in the Loop famously known as the Theater District. Within the span of four city blocks are such magnificently restored venues as the Cadillac Palace Theatre, Ford Center for the Performing Arts/Oriental Theatre, The Chicago Theatre, Bank of America Theatre and Goodman Theatre. Not far from the Loop Theater District is the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, which is housed in a landmark building designed by famed architects Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan.

Greek Town

1 mi. away
Chicago's Greektown is truly the best sampling of Greek heritage outside of Athens, and has quickly become the city’s destination of choice for Greek food, nightlife, and rich cultural traditions.

Navy Pier

2 mi. away
Navy Pier is one of Chicago's most popular attractions and features more than 50 acres of parks, promenades and attractions for visitors and residents to enjoy. A 150-foot ferris wheel offers unparalleled views of Chicago's breathtaking skyline and stunning cityscape. Entertainment options abound, from the Navy Pier IMAX Theater to the Chicago Children's Museum and live entertainment year-round.
600 East Grand
Chicago, IL, US 60611

Lake Michigan Bike/Walk path

2 blocks away
One of Chicago's most beautiful assets, its expansive shoreline, is on display in its full glory from the Lakefront Trail. An impressive 18-mile-long stretch, Chicago's Lakefront Trail is a paved path that extends from Ardmore Street (5800 N. Sheridan Road) on the North Side to 71st Street (7100 S. South Shore Drive) on the South Side.

Little Italy

2 mi. away
Plenty of Italian restaurants, businesses and institutions, like the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame and historic Roman Catholic churches, keep the heritage alive in this traditional stronghold of Chicago’s Italian-American community. The historic Hull House Museum, where 19th century social reformer Jane Addams looked after the needs of working-class immigrants, is located on the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), which dominates the rest of the area.
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Magnificent Mile

1 mi. away
There is no more iconic Chicago street than the Magnificent Mile. Running the length of Michigan Avenue from the Chicago River to Lake Shore Drive, the ‘Mag Mile’ is the heart of the city’s shopping district. Here, posh brand name stores stand alongside historic and luxury hotels and landmarks such as the Water Tower and Pumping Station, the one of the few structures left standing after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.

China Town

2 mi. away
Chinatown is a rich tapestry of restaurants, businesses and shops, and home to much of the city's Chinese-American population. Currently the fourth largest Chinatown in the United States, a visit to this unique neighborhood is to experience a whole different world without ever leaving Chicago. Chinatown is a part of the Armour Square community area, which encompasses its namesake park and U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox baseball team.

Distance from airport

  • 27.36 km from venue

Getting Here

FROM O'HARE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT- Public Transportation - Take CTA Blue Line train to the Jackson stop. This is the only subway train leaving O'Hare. Walk 0.6 miles southeast to 720 S. Michigan Ave. Driving Directions - Take southbound Kennedy (I90/94) to exit 52A- S. Union Ave/Roosevelt Rd. Turn left at 2nd stoplight/Roosevelt Rd. Drive 1 mile to Wabash Ave, turn left/north to 4th stop light/Balbo Dr. Turn right/east. Hotel parking garage is on right. FROM MIDWAY AIRPORT Public Transportation- Take the CTA Orange Line train to the Roosevelt stop. Walk 0.5 miles north to 720 S. Michigan. Driving Directions - I-55 North to Chicago North on Lakeshore Drive. Turn left on Balbo two blocks to hotel on left.

Affiliated Organizations


Hilton Chicago has a long history of creating events that make a lasting impression. Our building was designed specifically for successful gatherings, whether an essential board meeting, corporate sales rally, big product roll-out, or the annual convention that drives your organization. Select from the historic grand ballroom, Stevens Meeting Center, private conference rooms and spacious hospitality suites for the results you require. • Location: Located on Michigan Avenue in the South Loop across from Grant Park; 1.6 miles to McCormick Place Convention Center and first stop along the convention bus route; walking distance to Millennium Park, Buckingham Fountain, Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum, Adler Planetarium, Lake Michigan, State Street shopping, Soldier’s Field and plentiful public transportation • Central Standard: Ease of access from coast to coast, with two airports and nearly 3,000 inbound flights per day •Full-Fill: Catering that continues to innovate, Herb’ N Kitchen for gourmet grab and go, 720 South Bar and Grill, and Kitty O’Shea’s to keep attendees connecting and nearby •The Right Space: Over 234,000 square feet of space that’s easy to navigate and offers technology conveniences, branding opportunities, and numerous networking spots; 50 unique configurable spaces including the Stevens Convention Center • Dynamic Partnerships: PSAV on site for technology needs, and Freeman on site to give your event premier presence through branding •Unique Accommodations:13 residentially-inspired hospitality suites ideal for entertaining and 600 guestrooms with two double beds and two separate bathrooms •Sustainability: Environmentally-friendly practices recognized by the city of Chicago and Hilton Worldwide, Inc. •Health and Well-Being: Largest hotel fitness center in Chicago featuring indoor running track, strength training and cardio equipment, Synergy 360, indoor pool, whirlpool and sundeck with views of the Chicago skyline •Value: Ask about valued-added first quarter and other promotions •Tour: For a five-minute tour of our hotel and nearby Chicago attractions, watch our tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=En_tBwfm4d8 target=_blank

Additional Information

• AAA 4-Diamond Property • Trip Advisor Green Leader, Silver Level • Historical Hotels of America • Gold Key Award from Meeting & Conventions