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From the neon lightning bolt surging 27 stories down its faҁade to the custom-designed vanilla air scent, theWit Chicago –A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel evokes a full sensory experience. Expect our welcoming signature chocolate chip cookie. Laugh at comedic “wit bits” from Chicago’s Second City cast while riding the elevator, and listen for the faint sounds of bird chirping in the hallways.
Reserve a table on the “hangover” at ROOF, which dangles over the edge of the building on the 27th floor, or take in the sights and relax with a cocktail or glass of champagne by the fire pit.
Schedule a wake-up call from Al Capone and head down to State and Lake Chicago Tavern for the famous pancakes and a cup of coffee. Our 298 guest rooms and suites range from 315 to 815 sq. ft., with king- and queen-sized beds and classic, executive and accessible options. Guest rooms include a smart workspace including a desktop JackPack, 42-inch HDTV and a fully stocked refreshment center. Suites feature a kitchenette, dining room and oversized spa bathroom.
Host a function in our meeting and banquet rooms. Ask about the private theatre, SCREEN, with AV and videoconferencing services.
theWit hotel was built with the environment in mind, employing water and energy management through sensor lighting, dual-option water tanks on toilets and water source heat pumps. Noted female architect Jackie Koo designed theWit and the interiors were styled by Cheryl Rowley.
Our hotel is now in the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame! Our staff takes great pride in offering an exceptional guest experience and being recognized with the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for outstanding traveler reviews five years in a row.