2017 Travel

Hotel Information

Set within the center of the Windy City, this AAA Four Diamond Hyatt Regency Chicago is connected to the Illinois Center and steps away from Navy Pier and the Magnificent Mile. Explore iconic attractions surrounding the hotel, such as Millennium Park and Lake Michigan. 

Hotel Address

Hyatt Regency Chicago

151 East Wacker Drive

Chicago, IL 60601


* Please ask for the National Apartment Association (NAA) group rate of $160 plus tax when making your reservation. January 30 is the NAA group rate cut-off date. This date only guarantees the rate–it does not guarantee room availability. A credit card is necessary to guarantee your reservation. Reservations may be canceled up to three days prior to your arrival date without penalty.

Transportation Information

Getting to the Host Hotel

From O'Hare International Airport: (18 miles)

Go Airport Express: From lower level baggage claim area. Transportation service runs daily. Save 10% when you make a reservation in advance by clicking their logo below, or calling 1-800-284-3826 and using the discount code: "NAA" (all one word).

Taxi: Approximately $30.00 to $40.00

L Train: $5 per person to and from O'Hare International Airport. Pick-up below baggage claim area (follow signs to C.T.A.). Take "L-Train" to Clark/Lake stop (approximately 7 blocks from hotel). Walk east on Lake to Stetson St., turn left onto Stetson St. and walk 1 block to the hotel. NOTE: This method is not recommended if guest has more than one bag, as there are numerous escalators and turn-styles. Guests can take a cab or walk from Clark/Lake stop. 

From Midway Airport: (12 miles)

Go Airport Express: from lower baggage claim area. Transportation service runs daily. Visit for more information, costs and reservations.

Taxi: Approximately $30.00 to $40.00

L Train: $2.25 per person to and from Midway Airport. From the airport, take the Orange Line to the State and Lake Street stop. Walk 1 block norther to Wacker. Take a right on Wacker and the hotel is approximately 3 blocks.

Getting Around the City:

Divvy Bikes: Found throughout the city, available for rent in 30 minute increments. $7 for a 24-hour pass.

L Train: $2.25 per person to and from vairous stops and neighborhoods. Closest "L-Train" stop is found at Clark/Lake stopp (approximately 7 blocks from hotel). Walk east on Lake to Stetson St and turn left onto Stetson St. Walk 1 block to the hotel. 

Bus: Visit for bus and L train schedules as well as maps to various locations in the city. 

About Chicago

Chicago offers the bustling energy of a major city, with easy access to the thriving student housing markets in the Midwest and East Coast.

Did you know...

  • Chicago is home to 77 community areas containing more than 100 neighborhoods.
  • Walt Disney was born in Chicago in 1901. He studied drawing at Chicago’s McKinley High School and the Institute of Fine Arts.
  • Chicago’s downtown area is known as “The Loop.” The nickname refers to the area encircled by the elevated (‘L’) train tracks.
  • The first all-color TV station debuted in Chicago (Channel 5).

Great people, great food, great fun! Check out all that Chicago has to offer.




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