Pierre-Yves Rochon designs Conrad Chicago, eyes November 14 opening

Developed by Laurence Geller, the 287-room hotel will also have three restaurants designed by Puccini Group.

Conrad Hotels & Resorts is entering Chicago with a hotel slated to open on Nov. 14. Conrad Chicago was imagined by Pierre-Yves Rochon, and will target the new generation of modern luxury travelers.

Developed by Laurence Geller, the 287-room hotel will have three restaurants overseen by chef Richard Sandoval and designed by Puccini Group. It will also have 10,000 square feet of conference facilities and event spaces. Additionally, it will be the first hotel to offer a virtual-reality experience to guests who would like to sample the hotel’s curated 1/3/5 experiences before booking.



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