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Best Hotels for the 2012 Holidays

It seems like everyone you know is descending upon Chicago this year—and they all need a place to stay. Here are ten recommendations.

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Park Hyatt

FOR: Shopaholics

WHERE: Park Hyatt (800 N. Michigan Ave., 312-335-1234, parkchicago.hyatt.com) From $395.

Park Hyatt amenities

THE GIST: Forget the chain-hotel ambiance that the word “Hyatt” conjures up. The brand’s flagship makes magic by compressing the best amenities—service, art, cuisine, and posh room details—into a beautiful hotel that shines in the middle of Michigan Avenue mayhem. The pièce de résistance is the newly refreshed seventh floor, where guests can linger over dinner at NoMI Kitchen or sip cocktails on the rooftop terrace. If the sky’s the limit, book the 1,400-square-foot Bottega Veneta suite (from $4,500), which overlooks the lake and is outfitted with furnishings from the fashion house.

KEY TO SYMBOLS
good value Good value    boutique Boutique (<200 rooms)   Family friendly Family friendly   Great bar scene Great bar scene   Trendy restaurant Trendy restaurant 
Scenery Scenery (views, etc.)   Pool Pool   Spa Spa   Free Wi-Fi Free Wi-Fi  24-hour room service 24-hour room service

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Photograph: Courtesy of hotel

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