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From journal Chicago in January
August 6, 2003
The hotel debuted as part of the LeMeridien hotel chain in 1988, with renovations in 2000. It is a modern high-rise with 22 floors and only 246 rooms, so there is still the cozy feeling of a boutique property here. After checking in, take one of the two elevators to your floor. The guest rooms have a crisp contemporary design with dark mahogany furniture blending with a periwinkle and taupe color scheme. Each room has amenities like cable TV, minibar, a stereo and CD player, iron and ironing board, bathrobe, etc. The slick bathrooms are quite nice, with a large bathtub next to a stand-alone glass shower stall. Some of the larger suites have balconies or terraces.
The hotel has a small fitness room for guests. There is supposed to be complimentary sedan service to downtown locations during weekdays, which sounds like a nice touch if you want to arrive at your business meeting in style.
The Sutton Place is a rare animal, as it does not belong to any of the behemoth hotel chains. It does have a fiercely loyal clientele who appreciate the modern style of the property, the attentiveness of the hotel staff and the decadent liveliness of the neighborhood.
From journal Bill at home in CHICAGO - Accommodations
February 26, 2001
From journal Beyond wind -- The great city of Chicago
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