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Revealed! Inside Park Hyatt Chicago's Bottega Veneta Suite

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  Site Where: 800 North Michigan Avenue [map], Chicago, IL, United States, 60611
January 8, 2013 at 9:07 AM | by | Comments (0)

Early this fall we told you about Park Hyatt Chicago's new Lake Suite Bottega Veneta, promising to report back as soon as we'd seen it for ourselves

Well, the epic day happened last week and we finally got a full tour of the 1,400-square foot luxury designer suite.

We couldn't be more excited to lift the veil and show you everything now. When it first opened, the high-fashion suite high on the 17th floor of the Park Hyatt hailed with news of Bottega Veneta details and decor galore, but first-hand experience and true insider accounts were scarce. Not anymore.

Ready for a look? Go on and click through our photo gallery.

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Park Hyatt's New Bottega Veneta Suite Hits Fashion High Note

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  Site Where: 800 N. Michigan Avenue [map], Chicago, IL, United States, 60611
September 27, 2012 at 2:50 PM | by | Comment (1)

Fashion-minded hotel guests always find good reason to stay at one of Chicago’s Michigan Avenue hotels for proximity to the city’s best shopping. Among these hotels and mere blocks from boutique-laden Oak Street, Park Hyatt Chicago has now upped the ante with a whole new reason for haute couture travel: the new Lake Suite Bottega Veneta.

Designed in partnership with the world-famous Italian design house, which just so happens to house a boutique on the ground floor of the hotel, this new suite, from what we can tell, is a beautiful, high-style urban retreat.

Location and size are worth a mention. The suite spans 1,400 square feet on the hotel’s 17th floor, with views of Michigan Avenue, the Old Water Tower, and, of course, Lake Michigan. But what makes it really stand out are the details and design—the Bottega Veneta, if you will. Known for its high-end leather goods, Bottega has made its mark here not only with furnishings but with fabrics, textures, curves and lines.

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