Smoking ban in a Hotel in Chicago
The Hilton Chicago is a famous luxury hotel in Chicago, Illinois. The hotel
is a Chicago landmark
that overlooks Grant Park, Lake Michigan, and the Museum Campus. It is
currently the third
largest hotel in Chicago in terms of the number of guest rooms; however,
it has the largest
total meeting and event space of any Chicago hotel.
A lobby hall of the Hilton Chicago Hotel.
(L) A bar corner face to the passage to a lobby. (R) A restaurant face
to the passage to a lobby.
(L) Women smoking outside of the Hilton. (R) The sign plaque at the entrance
of a bar of the first floor of the Hilton.
The total guest room of the Chicago Hilton is 1,544. The number of the
smoking rooms is 78.
All smoking rooms are on the 10th floor. The percentage of smoking rooms
Smoking Restriction at Hotels in the World: Actual Survey
The ratio of a smoking guest room to the total hotel rooms was calculated,
based on-the-spot investigation.
No smoking sign plate sponsored by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
John Hancock Center on the North Michigan Avenue in Chicago is the 100-story,
344 meters high
skyscraper. When completed in 1969, it was the second tallest building
in the world.
A lake shore business district, downtown Chicago, viewed from the Hancock
(L) The John Hancock Center
(R) The sign plate shows 'Smoking is a danger', which is observed on the
passage of the 94th-floor observatory
and the 96th floor Signature Lounge .
O'Hare International Airport /Arrival Chicago CTA Chicago Metra Chicago 1961/2008 City of Chicago
O'Hare International Airport /Departure Smoking ban in public places in Illinois
The photographs were taken in May, and the article was written in August