St Regis Chicago Now Open

St Regis Chicago


The St. Regis Chicago is now open and accepting reservations. Located by the Chicago River at 401 East Wacker Street, the new hotel is a 14 minute walk from Millennium Park and the Art Institute of Chicago and also walking distance to Chicago's Magnificent Mile, the 13 blocks along North Michigan Avenue that's home to popular restaurants and shopping.


St. Regis Chicago Rooms and Suites

The tower, the tallest designed by a female architect (Jeanne Gang), has 101 stories, although the St. Regis hotel is on the lower 11 floors; upper floors are St. Regis Residences. There are 192 accommodations, including 33 suites. Rooms start with the 475 sq. ft. Superior King and 555 sq. ft. Superior Queen/Queen, proceeding through Superior Park View, Deluxe River View and Grand Deluxe River View rooms to the suite categories.

St Regis Chicago Superior Park View Room
St. Regis Chicago Bathroom


The Caroline Astor 2 Bedroom Suites are perfect for families, with 1555-1630 sq. ft. of space, Chicago River and Lake Michigan views, spacious living room, and two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, in addition to a half bathroom. The Presidential Suite also has two bedrooms, each with an en suite bathroom, as well as a spacious living area and dining table that seats six, full kitchenette, fireplace, and private gym.

St. Regis Chicago Presidential Suite


The John Jacob Astor Suite is a one bedroom suite, but has a particularly expansive living and dining area along with a kitchenette, ideal for extended stays.

John Jacob Astor Suite, St. Regis Chicago


Restaurants and Swimming Pool

Originally slated to open with a restaurant from Grant Achatz's Alinea Group, this fell through, so the St. Regis Chicago will instead debut with Miru, an all-day dining restaurant on the 11th floor. Chef Hisanobu Osaka's menu highlights Japanese small plates, sushi, and sashimi complemented by a selection of steak and seafood. Oriented toward the lakeside in its approach (Miru means “see” in Japanese), the restaurant’s design is grounded in Chicago Modernism and is residentially-minded in scale. The venue offers a variety of indoor and outdoor seating, in addition to private and semi-private dining spaces, and includes two stunning terraces offering spectacular views of Lake Michigan, Navy Pier, and the Chicago River.

Miru Restaurant, St. Regis Chicago


Slated to debut in Fall 2023, the Tuscan steakhouse, Tre Dita, from award-winning Chef Evan Funke, will feature fresh, handmade pasta, and classic Italian steaks like bistecca Fiorentina cooked at an open-hearth wood fired grill.

Tre Dita Italian Restaurant, St. Regis Chicago


For guests on the go, The Coffee Bar on Eleven is also open daily serving a selection of grab-and-go breakfast items and handmade pastries, among other delights.

Fitness buffs can visit the Fitness Center 24/7 to exercise on Peloton bikes, elliptical and rowing machines, treadmills, weights and more. The swimming pool is open 6am-10pm daily.

St. Regis Chicago Swimming Pool


STARS Benefits

TravelSort Clients enjoy STARS benefits at the St. Regis Chicago:

  • Welcome amenity curated by the hotel's Pastry Chef
  • Priority for complimentary room upgrade
  • Daily full breakfast for two, served either in Miru Restaurant or via in-room dining
  • One $100 hotel credit per stay (may be used for Miru, Tre Dita, in-room dining, the minibar, or spa services at The St. Regis Spa)
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Early check-in and late check-out subject to availability

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