Congress Plaza Hotel

520 S. Michigan Ave. (W. Congress Pkwy.) Chicago IL

A storied stay in a Chicago landmark that’s known for parties and presidents.

One of Chicago’s oldest hotels, this property dates back to 1893. Since then it’s hosted scores of famous people --- including several U.S. presidents, earning it the nickname “Home of Presidents” in its heyday --- and countless events in its legendary Gold Room, a lavish banquet hall that’s adorned in gold-leaf trim and chandeliers. Today, guests enjoy it for the same reasons that Grover Cleveland, Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson and Warren Harding did: Its scale is grand, its service attentive and its location (near Grant Park and the Art Institute of Chicago) desirable. Although some will undoubtedly argue that the hotel has passed its prime, its elegant combination of classic style and modern amenities make it an excellent value for those who want to experience Chicago not only as it is, but also as it used to be.

Hotel Information


520 S. Michigan Ave. (W. Congress Pkwy.) Chicago IL 60605 U.S.


312-427-3800 Hotel’s Website

Hotel Features

Business center Meeting room Valet parking & parking garage

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