The Hilton Chicago’s Conrad Suite renovated for nearly $2 million

Committed to bringing the most luxurious in hospitality to its patrons, the Hilton takes it a notch higher with its latest offering. The Hilton Chicago, the largest hotel in the Midwest, gives a swanky makeover to a prized jewel of this property. Their two-story 2300 square feet Conrad Suite overlooking Grant Park and Michigan Avenue just got renovated for an exorbitant $1.8 million. Its fitting features include three bedrooms, each with its own bathrooms, private dressing rooms, and its own night-cap bars. Apart from that, one can look forward to the Grand Salon with a fireplace, a dining room with seating for up to 14 guests, a library with a pool table and a bar, and a private kitchen. The new color palette is of neutral tones with crisp white trims and dark parquet floors.

The Hilton Chicago’s Conrad Suite can hold up to 150 people and is aptly referred to the Midwest White House as every president since Reagan has spent a night here. Hence, it is no surprise that it is fit for royalty and top delegates of the world, making it luxury personified indeed.

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