When the luxury suites get a real renovation, they get a remodel
Posted On July 29, 2021
The luxury suites on the top floors of the Chicago Skyline hotel are being renovated.
The suites at the Chicago Sun-Times are undergoing a massive renovation, too, with a remodeling to the lobby and a new elevator, a new floor plan and some upgrades to the guest rooms.
The hotel is opening to the public today for the first time in more than a decade.
The Chicago Sun Times building, which houses the Chicago Tribune and other local newspapers, was originally constructed in 1923.
The building was renovated in 2016, and the hotel reopened last month.
The hotel is a joint venture between the Illinois Department of Transportation and the Metropolitan Planning Organization.
It will be called the Chicago Luxury Suite.
Chicago Luxury Suites are designed for use by senior citizens, people with disabilities, senior citizens with disabilities and those with mobility limitations.
They’re also ideal for people who can’t use elevators.
The suites are designed to be more accessible for people with mobility impairments.
The suites are available to rent through the hotel’s online booking portal.