This sleek boutique hotel is one of the earliest works by renowned architect Benjamin Marshall, and lies steps from Chicago mainstays like Millennium Park and the Loop. A 2019 Travel + Leisure's World's Best nominee, it’s sure to delight.
At Hotel Julian, Chicago’s renowned architecture, history, and a modern, arty, vibe come together to capture the unrestrained energy of today’s revitalized Windy City. Architect firm Hirsch Associates delightfully reimagined the Benjamin Marshall-designed landmark Atlantic Bank Building, restoring the terra cotta façade and adding five glass stories to the top of the building. Guest rooms in this addition have floor-to-ceiling windows, with sweet views. All rooms at Julian are spacious, lofty, and radiate contemporary design. On the ground floor, the tasty, cheeky restaurant, About Last Knife is as much a play on the traditional steakhouse as it is a play on words. It all comes together effortlessly.
Minutes from Millennium Park, Navy Pier, and the Riverwalk. Hotel, Julian is the perfect launchpad for your Chicago experience. Set into a desirable residential neighborhood, this calm spot in the city chaos will make you feel like a local. But stroll a minute and you’ll quickly find yourself in a vibrant nightlife hub.
Chicago itself is a husky, brawling city of mid-century modernism. This pearl of urban planning offers unique outdoor spaces, like the Chicago Riverwalk, a public climbing wall at the Maggie Daley Park, and the local favorite 606 Trail. On the food front, Rick Bayless, mico cuisine restaurateur, and a handful of other leading chefs call Chicago home. Don’t leave without sampling high-end Italian at Nico Osteria or the fresh Korean-American fusion at Parachute.
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