Modern. Affordable. Within Reach.
The St. Clair Hotel - Magnificent Mile is in a prime location - right in the heart of Downtown Chicago. Hold your head high as you look up at our historic building with sharp black signage and modern-industrial touches. You'll love our fresh decor, bright bedding, spa-inspired bathrooms and - of course - 100% Smoke-Free rooms. Speaking of rooms, you and your crew can only experience Elite "Windy City" King-King rooms at The St. Clair Hotel - the only King-King rooms on the Magnificent Mile.
Log on to our free, fast WiFi to check out the local stories, update your social, and make your plans for the evening. Get ready for a great time in the Windy City, because we're only a block away from the Magnificent Mile, and within walking distance from the best entertainment and eats in the city.
Oh yeah, did we mention we're a pet-friendly hotel - in Chicago - with NO pet fees?
Starbucks Reserve Grand Opening
The Mag Mile is soon to be home to the World's Largest Starbucks. The Starbucks Reserve Roastery will open on November 15th. The four-story "theatrical, experiential shrine to coffee passion" will roast beans on-site, offer exclusive drinks, and a full service menu including desserts, pizza, and cocktails.
Guess what? The St. Clair Hotel is only a 3 minute walk away.
A USA Today 10Best Hotel
"Finding a hotel room for less than $150 a night in a metropolitan city like Chicago used to be nearly impossible [...]. If you prefer a traditional hotel room, good bets include the St. Clair Hotel steps from Michigan Ave."
BY JACKY RUNICE | CHICAGO LOCAL EXPERT
Top 17 best cheap hotels by TODAY
"Breakfast is on the house at this mid-scale hotel - enjoy a $20 gift card for food when you use code SPECIAL2 at booking. It's the perfect excuse to take advantage of the array of nearby restaurants.."
BY KATIE JACKSON, TODAY.COM
Chicago Wins "Best Large City to Visit"
"The award comes as the city [is] recognized for its world-renowned culinary scene [...], an expanded Riverwalk, top rank[ed] museums, attractions, tours, [its] entertainment scene, and architecture and music."
BY Al Orendorff, Choose Chicago