Official conference hotel

Hilton Chicago

720 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605
312-922-4400

Room rate
Single/double: $279.00*

*All rooms are subject to applicable taxes, which is currently 17.4% and subject to change without notice.

Reserve your room

The reservation deadline is Friday, September 22, 2023, or until the block sells out.

History

On May 2, 1927, Hilton Chicago (originally the Stevens Hotel) opened its doors as the largest hotel in the world with 3,000 guest rooms, 27 chair barber shop, a pharmacy, a candy shop, a five-lane bowling alley, 1,200 seat movie theatre and an 18 hole miniature golf course atop the hotel.

The hotel has been meticulously redesigned and restored in a way that preserves the magnificence of its early 20th Century style while incorporating all of the 21st Century conveniences the guests expect including a full menu of amenities, exceptional dining options on-site, and an ideal downtown location.

Travel to Chicago

By plane

The Hilton Chicago is just 10.8 miles from Midway International Airport and 17 miles from O'Hare International Airport.

Chicago O’Hare International Airport
Multi-award-winning, environmentally conscious O’Hare (ORD) is one of the largest airports in the world. It lies just 16 miles from downtown Chicago and boasts four terminals — three domestic (Terminals 1, 2 and 3) and one international (Terminal 5). The Blue Line "L" train connects directly to O'Hare.

Chicago Midway International Airport
Midway (MDW) is the nation’s premier point-to-point airport, offering value-oriented leisure and business travel to over 60 destinations. It’s located only 11 miles from downtown Chicago. The Orange Line "L" train connects directly to Midway.

By bus

Greyhound Lines, Inc.
Greyhound has five Chicagoland locations, including two 24-hour stations and 20 express routes to major U.S. cities. Find Greyhound stations.

Megabus.com
Megabus is a budget-friendly, city-to-city service. Find Megabus stations and rates.

By train

Chicago’s iconic Union Station serves both Amtrak and Metra, the city’s commuter rail service. Originally designed by Daniel Burnham and completed by Graham, Anderson, Probst and White, Union Station is a glowing expression of Chicago’s status as a national railroad hub, and remains a treasured part of the city’s history.

With 21,000 miles of routes across the United States and Canada, Amtrak offers more than 300 high-speed trains to more than 500 destinations daily.

Getting around Chicago

Public transportation

Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) offers rail and bus service in and around Chicago.

If a taxi, ride share or water taxi is your preferred method of travel, those are options as well.

Car rental

ASCE members receive discounts on car rentals from Avis or Budget

  • Avis: ASCE Members always receive up to 25% off. Please log into your ASCE account to learn more.
  • Budget: ASCE Members can save up to 25% off on car rentals from Budget. Please log into your ASCE account to learn more.