The Park Hyatt Chicago Reopens

Rohan Vasa, Writer

Park Hyatt Chicago

For hotel aficionados, you know the landscape for luxury changed in the early 2000s. Back when luxury meant crystal chandeliers and stuffy toile, the Park Hyatt Chicago disrupted all that. In came an era of modern hotels and service that created a new category of high end. Now, 22 years later, the Park Hyatt Chicago wants to make magic happen again. 

The Update

The Park Hyatt Chicago is in the popular tourist destination and shopping area known as the Magnificent Mile. The area highlights the incredible architecture that makes the city famous. The Park Hyatt sits in close proximity to Lake Michigan, Oak Street Beach, and the Loop (Downtown Chicago).

Park Hyatt Chicago

When it opened in 1980, this Park Hyatt started what became a hotel empire whose name is synonymous with luxury around the globe.

During the pandemic, the location close​d​ its doors for a $60 million redesign. The renovation meant updating the lobby and lounge, improving the spa, enhancing the signature restaurant, NoMi, and even adding an art program that focuses on local talent. In addition, the Park Hyatt has new categories for its suites and added 23 new ones to its selection. The existing 146 guest rooms and 36 suites have also been redesigned and updated. 

Rooms and Suites

The local design firm Anderson/Miller led the reimagining of the rooms and suites. Each room was overhauled, receiving new furniture, lighting, and floors. ​Hotel guests also have integrated media hub​s​ with tablet​s​ at their disposalto communicate with guest services and ​order ​in-room dining. The bathrooms have a rain shower, soaking tub, and dual vanities. Guests can choose between views of the crystal blue Lake Michigan or the Water Tower that is an icon of the Chicago skyline. In addition, a new Wellbeing Suite gives guests the option to exercise in their own rooms.

Park Hyatt Chicago


NoMI is the hotel’s restaurant and gets its namesake from the surrounding area (North Michigan Avenue). The restaurant is split into three different sections, each with its own incredible views of the city and lake. NoMI’s kitchen is led by executive chef Terence Zubieta, who offers American cuisine with a French influence. NoMI Lounge features artisanal cocktails and smaller plates in addition to a six-seat sushi counter. Finally, NoMI Garden is an open-air terrace on the seventh floor with a 30-foot bar and tons of seating to enjoy your drinks. 

Spa and Fitness

The fitness center has state-of-the-art equipment and is open 24 hours a day. The three-lane, 25-yard lap pool is indoors so it can be used in the cold Chicago winters. Both the fitness center and the pool have stunning views of the cityscape. The NoMI Spa has a menu of treatments that focus on guests’ wellbeing. This is a personalized experience that allows you to come up with a plan tailored to your own physical needs.


Q: How far is the Oak Street Beach?

A: Approximately a 10-15 minute walk from the hotel.

Q: When is the NoMI spa open?

A: Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 6pm
Friday – Saturday: 8am – 8pm

Q: How can I book a stay?

A: Drop us a line at [email protected], we’ll take care of it for you.

The Park Hyatt Chicago Information

Address: 800 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

Phone number: 312-985-0956


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