Opened in 2017, the Marriott’s new,

four-star hotel in downtown Chicago offers a host of amenities designed to make your stay remarkable, whether you are traveling for business or enjoying a getaway. Their ideal location places you within steps of McCormick Place via covered sky bridge, as well as near famous Chicago attractions such as Soldier Field, Shedd Aquarium, The Field Museum and more.

Within their sophisticated hotel, you'll find over 1,200 spacious rooms and suites outfitted with upscale amenities and views from an entire wall of windows, delicious dining at their popular restaurant and bar, and a 24-hour fitness center. Take advantage of their expansive conference and event facilities, featuring over 93,000 square feet of venues, each with comprehensive technology and an experienced team ready to assist you with every detail. No matter what brings you to Chicago, the Marriott Marquis Chicago is there to welcome you.

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Before the Marriott built Chicago's newest and sixth-largest hotel of 1,200 rooms it started with one.

A model room built in a nearby parking garage to provide the world a preview of what luxury was to come.  The rooms were so precisely built and staged that even the view from the faux floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall window was meant to accurately represent the Lake Michigan view guests would soon enjoy.  That’s where the J&J graphics team came in.  Working with the Marriott’s photographer, the team captured the perfect photo of Lake Michigan from the precise viewpoint needed.  J&J expertly measured the space, inspecting and patching the surface of the wall to ensure a smooth and flawless finished product.  The team tested and selected the proper substrate to print onto and printed the photo mural in panels using one of our late model, grand-format printers.  On the day of the installation, skilled installers expertly paneled the photo mural; installing it to flawless finish.  The results were stunning.  Anyone standing in the model room would have sworn they could hear the Lake Michigan waves from the window.

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