Area Attractions

A stay in Chicago's River North puts you in the center of one of the country's most vibrant cities, with easy access to Chicago's bustling downtown, river district, lakefront, and more, all within a short walk. Hop on the city's famous ā€œLā€ system, located right outside our hotel, to effortlessly move about the city.

Hyatt Place Chicago/River North

66 West Illinois Street
Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60654



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Local Food + Drink


The menu at Beatrix, inspired by dishes created in the test kitchen of Lettuce Entertain You, features healthy yet savory options, handcrafted cocktails, a coffee and pastry bar, and fresh-squeezed juices.

Frontera Grill

At Chef Rick Bayless's flagship restaurant, you'll find fresh Mexican favorites, new takes on classic dishes, and a killer selection of their famous margaritas.

Maggiano's Little Italy

Dig into family-style favorites from the old country in an inviting, casual atmosphere, just one minute from the hotel.

Zombie Taco

A taco craving can hit at any moment. Luckily, Zombie Taco is a short walk just around the corner, serving up fresh, delicious tacos, and a monster burrito 24 hours a day from their 24/7 taco window.

Local Landmarks

The Magnificent Mile

Chicago's premier shopping destination is lined with upscale shops, luxury boutiques, chic outlets, and landmarks like the John Hancock Building, Wrigley Building, and Chicago Water Tower.

Willis Tower

Formerly known as the Sears Tower, the Willis Towers is Chicago's tallest building at 108 stories. Visitors can travel up to the Skydeck on the 103rd floor for a breathtaking view looking out over the city and Lake Michigan.

Chicago Riverwalk

Take a stroll down the Chicago Riverwalk, the 1.25 mile pedestrian waterfront park with restaurants, shops, bars, and live entertainment from Lake Shore Drive to Lake Street.

Merchandise Mart

At 4,000,000 square feet, Chicago's Merchandise Mart was once the world's largest building. Today, the famed Art Deco building houses showrooms, trade events, and the 5,000-square-foot River Park with al fresco seating along the Chicago River.

Local Attractions

The Field Museum of Natural History

History comes alive at the Field Museum of Natural History. Dating back to the first World's Columbian Exposition in 1893, The Field Museum is home to artifacts and specimens that awe, inspire, and humble. Be sure to say hello to Sue the T-Rex while you're there.

360 Chicago

Enjoy the best view in the city from 360 Chicago on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Building. Located 1,000 feet above the Magnificent Mile, the floor-to-ceiling windows wrap around the entire deck, offering breathtaking panoramic vistas.

Shedd Aquarium

Explore life under the sea at Shedd Aquarium, one of the world's largest indoor aquariums. First opened in 1930, the aquarium now boasts a collection of more than 32,000 freshwater and saltwater animals from across the world.

Millennium Park

Nestled between Lake Michigan and Chicago's famed Loop sits the jewel of the city's park system. Between Millennium Park, Grant Park, and Maggie Daley Park, you'll find more than 350 acres of green space that's home to countless activities and Chicago's biggest annual concert.