Once the stomping grounds of Amelia Earhart, Al Capone, and Jimmy Hoffa, this former hotel long attracted the most influential people of the Art Deco era. In its heyday, Al Capone was rumored to host weekly card games in the building’s private drawing rooms while the grand ballroom is where Amelia Earhart celebrated her 1928 trans-Atlantic flight.
Following an extensive renovation, the building now features modern specifications such as granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in its rooms and community amenities that include a fitness center and several lounges and social areas.
Situated just off Lake Shore Drive in East Hyde Park, this home is a perfect base from which to explore this iconic neighborhood, with Lake Michigan, several public parks and beaches, and the Museum of Science and Industry all within walking distance.
- 24-hour check-in
Balcony Dryer Doorman Elevator Gym Pool Private entrance Self check-in Washer Work desk