• Accessible & ADA Fairmont Guestrooms

Accessibility at Fairmont Chicago

We strive to meet the needs of our guests with disabilities. Our ADA-compliant rooms are thoughtfully designed to ensure your comfort and safety during your stay, and many of our hotel areas are fully accessible. Please contact us if you have any special requests relating to accessibility, or if you need more information about our facilities and services.

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Accessible Areas

  • Route from accessible public entrance to registration area, accessible guestrooms, restaurants, meeting room/ballroom area, fitness center, business center, and spa services.
  • Public entrance
  • Registration desk
  • Concierge desk
  • Public restrooms
  • Restaurant
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Center

Fairmont Room

Accessible & ADA Deluxe Guestrooms

With sweeping views, these light-filled accommodations are perfect for working late with an inspired, tranquil backdrop or a sunset dinner-for-two high above the city sights.
North facing the Chicago River, South facing Grant/Millennium Parks, East facing Lake Michigan and West facing downtown1 King or 2 Double Beds
Fairmont Room

Accessible & ADA Fairmont Guestrooms

Sleep soundly in either a king or two double beds in Fairmont rooms.
North facing the Chicago River or West facing downtown1 King or 2 Double Beds
Fairmont Room

Accessible & ADA Parkview Suite

Just as luxurious as our one-bedroom suites with all the same amenities and advantages, these sit on the hotel’s higher floors with even loftier views over Grant & Millennium Park.
South facing Grant and Millennium Parks1 King
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Additional Accessibility Information & Services

  • Accessible guest rooms with mobility features have doorways that provide 32” of clear width
  • Hotel’s valet parking accepts vehicles specially outfitted for wheelchair drivers
  • Hotel has a TTY for guest use
  • Guest room televisions have closed captioning or closed captioning decoders provided
  • Service animals are welcome
  • For guests who are blind or have low vision, hotel employees can read printed/visual information and provide verbal directions to areas of the hotel.