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4-Star Mystery Hotel
A block north of the Chicago River, this stylish mystery hotel is right in the heart of Chicago's trendy River North neighborhood, which is flush with upscale restaurants and lounges. You'll also be just minutes away from Millennium Park, high-end shopping along State Street and the Magnificent Mile, and Chicago's most iconic architecture, including the historic Du Sable Bridge and Marina City's corncob towers (they grace the cover of Wilco's album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot).
- Chic guest rooms featuring modern wallpaper and furnishings, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, and pillow-top mattresses with down duvets and pillows
- Surf & turf is on the menu at the onsite restaurant, along with a massive selection of wines, cheeses, and charcuterie.
- Best place to meet for a drink: Inside the lobby bar, which serves up creative cocktails, small bites, and bottle service.
- Get in a workout in the 24-hour fitness center.
Chicago's River North: World-Class Art Galleries, Restaurants, and Nightlife near Downtown
Bordering the Loop on the northern side of the Chicago River, the River North neighborhood is where the skyscrapers of downtown give way to the award-winning restaurants and trendy nightspots of the North Side. Once an industrial area, River North is today home to architectural gems—look no further than The Contemporaine residential building on Wells Street—as well as eateries to suit every appetite and budget. Your options range from inventive Peruvian cuisine at Tanta Restaurant to Chicago classics such as Portillo's. You could spend days working your way through the offerings at Eataly, an Italian mecca with 23 separate restaurants and food stalls.
In addition to its formidable culinary presence, River North boasts the country's largest concentration of art galleries outside of Manhattan. Born around the same time that Jim Nutt and other Chicago Imagists rose to prominence, the River North Gallery District runs along Chicago, Superior and Huron Streets, occupying century-old, red brick warehouses that have been converted into lofts and exhibition spaces.
Amid River North's restaurants, condos, nightclubs, and galleries, you'll also find the leaders of Chicago's rapidly growing tech sector. Among the companies that have offices here: Google, a gaggle of digital startups at the 1871 co-working space, and, yes, Groupon (we're in the old Montgomery Ward building, where the mail-order catalog was born).