Area Attractions

More than just a place to stay, our downtown hotel is a one-stop experience for your Chicago getaway. Spend the afternoon unwinding at our indoor heated pool, sauna and sun deck, or re-energize in our 24-hour StayFit™ Gym. When you’re ready to explore the city, you‘ll find many fun things to do in Chicago within steps of our hotel. Plan a visit to The Wintrust Arena, McCormick Square’s premier event space. Catch a game at Soldier Field or Guaranteed Rate Field, shop the latest retail on Michigan Avenue, and tour renowned museums, like Shedd Aquarium and Adler Planetarium.





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Hyatt Regency McCormick Place

2233 South Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Chicago, Illinois, USA, 60616-9985



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Museum Campus

Shedd Aquarium

An indoor public aquarium, the John G. Shedd Aquarium features 25,000 marina animals and 1,500 different species. The Aquarium is a 5-minute drive or a 20-minute walk from our downtown Chicago hotel.

Field Museum

From Dinosaurs to DNA, this Chicago favorite houses amazing exhibits. Explore the 1893 World’s Fair, or view a 67-million-year-old T. Rex — all just a quick five-minute drive away from our lakefront hotel.

Adler Planetarium

America’s first planetarium, Adler Planetarium is just a 20-minute walk from our hotel. Experience immersive sky shows and live views of the nighttime sky in one of the world’s most technologically advanced theaters.

Soldier Field

Home to the Chicago Bears since 1971, Soldier Field is the NFL’s oldest stadium. Other large events take place at this popular multi-use facility throughout the year, including concerts, runs and walks and other sporting events.

Outdoor Activities

Lakefront Trails

Conveniently located near Lake Michigan, our contemporary hotel offers easy access to hiking, biking, jogging and walking along the beautiful lakefront. Take in the beauty and architecture of Chicago in all its grandeur from our downtown hotel

Northerly Island

Northerly Island is a 91- acre peninsula that juts into Lake Michigan found at the heart of the Museum Campus. The space features scenic paths, play areas, a spectacular view of the Chicago skyline, fishing, plus concerts during the summer months.

Harborside International Golf Course

Harborside International Golf Center is home to both Port & Starboard Courses and has been Chicago's home for golf for the past two decades. Situated on 57 acres, Harborside's Golf Course is nationally ranked and offers bent grass tees, target greens and an expanded short game area for putting, chipping, pitching, and bunker play.

Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise

View Chicago's magnificent skyline from the decks of Chicago's First Lady or Chicago's Little Lady, the fleet of the Chicago Architecture Foundation. Allow our knowledgeable and efficient concierge to secure your advance reservations for this popular 90-minute cruise.


Roosevelt Collection

Located in the heart of Chicago’s sophisticated South Loop, Roosevelt Collection is an open-air, mixed-use development which has redefined how Chicagoans experience shopping and living south of the Loop. The Roosevelt Collection includes a variety of retailers such as Ann Taylor LOFT, Haberdash, bevello, francesca’s and H&M.

Southgate Collection

The Southgate Collection offers over 30,000 square feet of retail development and offers a variety of retail shops and restaurants including Whole Foods, DSW, Cost Plus World Market and Starbucks that is conveniently accessible to customers.

Magnificent Mile Shopping

Stroll the exclusive northern half of Michigan Avenue - home to some of the most elegant boutiques, department stores and shops found around the world. Indulge in some of the little luxuries you can't find anywhere outside of Milan, or Paris in the comfort of vertical shopping malls that allow you to shop to your hearts content without a care about the weather.



Willis Tower Skydeck

On a clear day you can see forever - well, maybe to Michigan, Wisconsin and Indiana from the 103rd floor observatory. While you're up there, visit the interactive exhibits that tell visitors about Chicago's dreamers, schemers, architects, musicians, writers and sports greats.

Chicago Cultural Center

Built in 1897 as the city's public library and transformed into a showplace for visual and performing arts in 1991, the Chicago Cultural Center is an overlooked civic treasure. The crowning centerpiece is Preston Bradley Hall's majestic Tiffany dome, said to be the largest of its kind in the world.

Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture

Wright's Prairie School captured the flat, expansive Midwestern plains he saw around him. Oak Park, a Chicago suburb, has many fine examples though one of the best is Robie House in Hyde Park, which is open for tours daily.

John Hancock Center Observatory

When you want panoramic views of the lake and surrounding skyline - this is the place. Visitors flock to the 94th floor observatory where - on a clear day - they can see four states. But, the observatory isn't nearly as interesting as the bar that adjoins the Signature Room restaurant on the 95th floor. There's a little more atmosphere to savor the view and you can purchase a cocktail instead of paying the observatory entry fee.