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|Location||Springfield, Illinois, United States|
|Roof||352 ft (107 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Architectural & Mechanical Systems Corporation|
The Hilton Springfield is a skyscraper owned by Hilton Hotels. The building is the tallest skyscraper in Illinois outside of Chicago. It is the tallest skyscraper in Springfield, Illinois. It is the tallest Hilton Hotel in the state of Illinois as well. The lower 15 floors are accessed by glass elevators with city views, white the upper 15 floors are accessed by ordinary interior elevators. The only exceptions to this system are that all elevators serve the basement (C), lobby/ground floor (M), 29th floor, and 30th floor. The building's lobby has a small waterfall and garden feature similar to the Westin Peachtree in Atlanta, GA, but on a smaller scale. Floor 30 has multiple panoramic, high-end restaurants and bars.The lower 15 floors are accessed by glass elevators with city views, white the upper 15 floors are accessed by ordinary interior elevators. The only exceptions to this system are that all elevators serve the basement (C), lobby/ground floor (M), 29th floor, and 30th floor. It has a parking garage owned by the City of Springfield, connected to the tower by an underground concourse and a skybridge. It has the unique distinction of being one of only 2 chain hotels in downtown Springfield, the other being a Hilton DoubleTree, a rare amount of hotels in a city center for a city of its size.
C | Concourse Level
Features==External an indoor pool, fitness center, and meeting rooms.links==
L | Ground/Lobby Level
Features hotel lobby, shops, and meeting rooms.
M | Main Level
Features meeting rooms and connection to parking garage.
2-28 | Guestroom Levels
29 | Vista Level
Features Vista Rooms meeting rooms with panoramic views.
30 | Penthouse Level
Features 2 separate restaurants with panoramic views.