Step out of our hotel. And step into The Loop.

    Chicago buzzes with energy and excitement all year round and The LaSalle in downtown Chicago puts it all within easy reach. Experience the allure and style of the Chicago Loop, a cultural crossroads, where museums, Lake Michigan, and parks meet the theater and business districts, miles of world-class shopping, lively nightlife and local attractions.

    Chicago Theatre District
    .5 miles

    Our hotel’s prime location in downtown Chicago’s financial district offers more than incredible architecture and shopping. The Loop is also home to a vibrant theatre district, with a glittering marquee just about everywhere you turn. The district is home to three Broadway in Chicago theatres as well as the Tony-award winning Goodman Theatre and an impressive assortment of restaurants, making it the perfect destination for dinner and a show.

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    Art Institute of Chicago
    .5 miles

    Located only five blocks from our hotel, the Art Institute of Chicago is home to an impressive art collection that spans centuries and the globe. Explore thousands of works of art in the museum’s wide-ranging collection, including iconic paintings such as Pablo Picasso's The Old Guitarist and Grant Wood's American Gothic. At nearly 1 million square feet, it is the second-largest art museum in the country, after the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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    Museum Campus – (Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum & Adler Planetarium)
    1.6 miles

    Chicago’s 57-acre Museum Campus sits on stunning Lake Michigan and houses three of the city’s most notable institutions in one location – all dedicated to the natural sciences. Explore natural history and culture at the Field Museum, aquatic wonders at the Shedd Aquarium, and  outer space spectacles at the Adler Planetarium. The campus also features Soldier Field stadium, home to the Chicago Bears.

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    The Second City
    2.3 miles

    The Second City began in 1959 as a small comedy club and has grown to become the first name in improv and comedy. It’s been a starting point for some of the funniest names in show business, including Bill Murray, John Candy, John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Mike Myers, Steve Carell, and many others. Today, you can watch brand-new sketches, characters, and material come to life on its historic stage in Old Town

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    Navy Pier
    2 miles

    Navy Pier is home to many of Chicago’s most beloved attractions, including the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Chicago Children’s Museum, and the iconic Centennial Wheel. At nearly 200 feet, this Ferris wheel offers soaring views of the skyline and Lake Michigan. Enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience and a variety of other rides, games, and amusement for all ages at Navy Pier. The beautiful lakefront scenery – combined with indoor and outdoor dining establishments – also make it the perfect spot to grab a bite.

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    Cloud Gate (“The Bean”) / Millennium Park
    .7 miles 

    Affectionately known as “The Bean,” Anish Kapoor’s monumental public work of art has become one of Chicago’s most popular sights. “The Bean” anchors the city’s lakefront Millennium Park, reflecting the city’s famous skyline, the surrounding green space, the lights of Michigan Avenue, and people moving around the park. Made of stainless steel, “The Bean” is 33 feet high, 42 feet wide, and 66 feet long. It weighs about 110 tons — roughly the same as 15 adult elephants.

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    Skydeck Chicago­
    .3 miles 

    At 1,353 feet high, The Ledge at Skydeck Chicago is the highest observation deck in the nation. Stepping out onto the glass floor has become a quintessential Chicago experience for unparalleled views of the city. Of course, getting a unique photo with a view of four states from the second-tallest building in the western hemisphere is also memorable. For the most spectacular views, the best time to visit Skydeck Chicago is either just after opening or after sunset.

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    The Chicago Riverwalk / Chicago Architectural Boat Tours
    1.2 miles

    Locals and tourists alike love the Chicago Riverwalk, a 1.25-mile stretch located on the Chicago River. But there’s so much more to do than simply stroll along  the picturesque river. Eat, drink, play, and explore charming outdoor bars and restaurants, pier fishing, kayaking, public art, and boat tours – including the renowned Chicago Architecture Foundation Center’s River Cruise, a 90-minute, docent-led tour of more than 50 buildings along the Chicago River.

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    West Loop Restaurant Row
    1.1 miles

    This vibrant strip isn’t dubbed Restaurant Row for nothing. Once the center of the city's meat packing industry, the West Loop is home to some of the best restaurants in Chicago, boasting some of the city’s biggest celebrity chefs alongside affordable spots and markets. While you wait for a table, you can always explore a wide variety of bars in the West Loop. Make no doubt that once you experience Chicago’s Restaurant Row, it won’t be long before you make it back.

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    Shops at NorthBridge­
    1.2 miles

    Sprawling six blocks in the heart of The Magnificent Mile, The Shops at North Bridge is Chicago's most stylish shopping and dining destination. Featuring a four-level shopping center anchored by a flagship Nordstrom and more than 50 world-class retailers including Hugo Boss, L’Occitane, White House | Black Market, and more, this is a must for any shopper visiting downtown Chicago. Plus, with 20 sumptuous restaurants on premises, a casual lunch or a vibrant dinner is just steps away.

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    Shopping on State Street
    .5 miles

    Located in the heart of the Chicago Loop, State Street has been a famous shopping destination since the 1900s. Today, it’s a one-stop shopping spot teeming with street musicians and a wide variety of retail stores. Macy's, located in the beloved Marshall Field's building, is the second largest department store in the world. And don't miss Block 37, offering an eclectic mix of shops and dining in a five-story shopping mall.

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