Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile’s Reviver bar eyes April opening

Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile’s Reviver bar eyes April opening.
The Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile partnered with Chicago-based Whitespace Interiors for the design of Reviver. Photo credit: Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile

The Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile is slated to open the Reviver bar as a component of the hotel’s completed lobby renovation later this month.

Formerly Rush Bar, Reviver’s opening will complete the hotel’s five-year renovation. The Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile partnered with Chicago-based Whitespace Interiors for the design of Reviver.

Reviver’s seating options will include 28 seats at the bar for lunch, dinner and happy hour. The bar’s seating will extend throughout the lobby—consisting of 172 seats across the communal high-top tables, couches and chairs—and semi-private space known as the “library” that can accommodate up to 50 people reception-style.

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As designed by Whitespace Interiors, Reviver will make use of blue, steel and gold accents to tell the story of how Chicago’s Magnificent Mile transformed into one of the city’s architectural displays.

The property already completed the renovation of the 9,000-square-foot fitness center, 1,200 guest rooms and suites, 65,000 square feet of meeting and event space, as well as the Rush Street Pantry.

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