Located at W Chicago at Lakeshore, WAVE combines the luster of a sleek urban atmosphere with the finesse of a restaurant grounded in culinary exploration. Executive Chef Greg Elliott showcases seasonal farm to table cuisine with Italian and French influences. With its bold flavors and stunning backdrop (Lake...
W CHICAGO LAKESHORE IS MAKING AN ENTRANCE
The only hotel overlooking the shores of Lake Michigan in downtown Chicago, W Chicago Lakeshore provides insider access to view the iconic Navy Pier, sparkling lakefront and Chicago's glittering skyline. These views will be amplified with a full $40 million redesign and renovation including all guest rooms, meeting space and public space. We are well underway in transforming our guest rooms and public space and look forward to our full reveal in the Spring of 2014. During your stay at our Chicago hotel, we invite you to enjoy W cocktail culture and cuisine in our relocated Living Room and Wave Restaurant. Join us and be a part of our journey as we introduce what is new/next in W Design!
PLEASE NOTE - we are undergoing a $38 million dollar renovation through April 2014. Please click here for further information.
W Chicago Lakeshore invites you to experience our fantastic location, near renowned shopping on the Magnificent Mile and the Midwest's largest tourist attraction, Navy Pier. Along with having the best views of the Windy City, we provide an all access pass to the best Chicago attractions. When the temperatures drop and flurries fly, zip up and dash out to Millennium Park's ice skating rink or the countless Chicago museums and art galleries, including the Museum of Contemporary Art.
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Join Project 7 and the W Chicago Lakeshore Hotel as we help to house the homeless in Chicago. For every case of Project 7 water consumed during your meeting, one night of shelter will be provided to Cornerstone Homeless Shelter. That's meetings with meaning. Host your next meeting or event now through March 31, 2014 for special savings and to give back to the local Chicago community. Learn more>