Canopy Chicago Central Loop Celebrates Official Grand Opening With Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

USA, Chicago, Illinois. March 21, 2022

Chicago's first-ever Canopy by Hilton property has officially arrived with the opening of the Canopy by Hilton Chicago Central Loop. Located at 226 W. Jackson St., the new hotel is adjoined by the new Hilton Garden Inn Chicago Central Loop as a dual-branded complex situated at the Landmarked former site of the once bustling Chicago & North Western Railway Headquarters.

The property recently welcomed guests to celebrate in their official grand opening with ribbon cutting ceremony. The new hotel was bustling with excitement and guests were treated to a grand entrance with Klieg lights, decadent 1920s-style decor, music and models serving cocktails and bites from the hotel's new restaurant concept.

Guests enjoyed speeches from hotel leaders including Complex General Manager Neil DeGuia and an official ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the city's major hospitality milestone. The property boasts 350 guestrooms and suites, a fitness center, two distinct meeting and event spaces, a chef-drive restaurant concept, Depot 226, an outdoor terrace space and the signature Canopy bikes.

The stunning new hotel is designed to transport guests into the golden age of train travel with decor and design throughout, including elements of the original building such as the grand staircases.

Tags: Canopy Chicago, Hotel, Grand Opening, Downtown Chicago

About Canopy By Hilton Chicago Central Loop

Business Contact:

Gianna Fontana
Senior Account Director
Heron Agency
T: +1 773-969-5200
E: [email protected]

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