The Congress Plaza Hotel in Chicago, IL
520 S Michigan Ave • Chicago, IL 60605
The Congress Plaza Hotel & Convention Center is one of downtown Chicago's most legendary hotels. It is located near Grant Park on Michigan Ave., with views of Lake Michigan, has been a Windy City icon since 1893, playing host to U.S. presidents, international celebrities and performers, foreign dignitaries, and elite travelers from around the world.
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No. Congress Plaza Hotel does not have a pool.
No. There are 2 onsite restaurants perfect for grabbing a quick bite to eat. Full breakfast is offered on weekends for a fee from 6 AM to 11 AM local hotel time.
Yes. The Congress Plaza Hotel is approximately 0.2 miles away from the center of Chicago.
Yes. Guests have access to a fitness center during their stay.
Garfield Park Conservatory is less than 5 miles away, Macy's on State Street is less than a mile away and The Rookery Building is approximately half a mile away.
No, Congress Plaza Hotel does not charge a resort fee.
The Congress Plaza Hotel is said to be the most haunted hotel in Chicago. Constructed in 1893, the hotel has a long history of a few of the most notable villains who stayed there. America’s first serial killer Dr. HH Holmes was a guest at the Plaza, as well as Al Capone. These and other spirits are believed to roam the halls and play creepy pranks.