ML - Michigan Avenue

2014 - Issue 7 - November

Michigan Avenue - Niche Media - Michigan Avenue magazine is a luxury lifestyle magazine centered around Chicago’s finest people, events, fashion, health & beauty, fine dining & more!

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BLISSFUL ESCAPES Indulge in supreme comfort, at home and away. SUITE DREAM: Get away from it all— and above it all—with Dana Hotel & Spa's "I Am Content" package. Revel in the newly remodeled penthouse suite, bask in spa services such as a deep-tissue massage, and feast on dinner and breakfast for two in the hotel's restaurant, in its rooftop lounge, or simply in bed. The three-bedroom, 1,640-square-foot suite offers the heights of hotel luxury, such as an extensive private wine reserve, an oversize soaking tub, and a Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin MP3 system. If you don't want to leave (and why would you?), prepare a simple meal with the suite's top-end Wolf and Sub-Zero kitchen appliances. And if there's nothing to watch on the two 46-inch flat-screen TVs, take in the breathtaking view of Chicago's skyline. $2,800–$5,860 per night; Dana Hotel & Spa, 660 N. State St., 312-202-6000; Tray, Interlude ($450). Mecox, 406 N. Clark St., 312-836-0571; Champagne flutes, Ralph Lauren Home ($115 each). 750 N. Michigan Ave., 312-280-1655; Ice bucket, Baccarat ($735). Saks Fifth Avenue, 700 N. Michigan Ave., 312-944-6500; Impérial Brut Non-Vintage, Moët & Chandon ($45). Vin De Garde Wine Merchant, 1233 N. Wells St., 844-834-9463; REST ASSURED: When is a mattress worth six figures? When it's entirely handmade by Hästens, a Swedish company whose made-to- order mattresses are available at Chicago Luxury Beds. $107,990; Chicago Luxury Beds, 440 N. Wells and 1919 N. Clybourn Ave., 312-527-5337; COMPLETE RETREAT: The Style of Wellness spa package offers a cornucopia of comfort, including a 60-minute Arcona facial plus Chakrassage, a haircut and style, a colonic, and lunch. $625; Ruby Room, 1743-45 W. Division St., 773-235-2323; THE WRIGHT STUFF: Stay in Frank Lloyd Wright's newly restored Emil Bach House and marvel at the landmark design while enjoying modern amenities and a Japanese teahouse. $995–$1,495 per night (two-night minimum); 7415 N. Sheridan Rd., 773-654-3959;

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