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This hotel could NOT have been more perfect for us. The rooms were HUGE and spotless. It was next door to Gino's East and around the corner from the Disney Store and a short walk to American Girl and LEGO. These were all of my...More
This was a very good location. Right next to Water tower place. And so many other major stores and restaurants. The decor is vintage and super cute. The bed was comfy and the room was pretty big and had updated decor that was vintage style....More
Loved the design of the room with the steps down into the sleeping area. Bathroom was very nice as well. Mini fridge is nice to have. This is a smaller hotel overall, no pool, but the rooftop bar looks like it would have been great...More
Downtown location at its best!
Right in the heart of the theater district, quick walk to millennium park and all “the lines” are at your front door.
Seriously the bathroom is Bluetooth enabled with a rain shower!
The beds were good.
Housekeeping had an off...More
I was neither blown away nor disappointed at all with this hotel. It met my expectations pretty perfectly. It was clean, great price, staff was friendly, and there was really nothing to complain about. The best part of this hotel is the location. So central...More
Over 400 stores pack the concrete along Michigan Avenue, the eight-block stretch known as Magnificent Mile. This area between Oak Avenue and the Chicago River is more a shopping paradise than a full-out neighborhood. For prime upscale shopping, this is the place to go. It’s busy, energetic, and packed with shoppers. You'll also find hundreds of restaurants and dozens of hotels, all on the mid- to high-end scale.
Some of the city’s most iconic buildings like the Wrigley Building, John Hancock Center and other architectural marvels define the magnificence of this neighborhood.
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i am not a chicago resident so definitely not an expert. i can tell you that Ohare is on the Blue line of the EL. depending on how much you want to transfer trains and such you could probably walk about 4 blocks to one... More
i am not a chicago resident so definitely not an expert. i can tell you that Ohare is on the Blue line of the EL. depending on how much you want to transfer trains and such you could probably walk about 4 blocks to one station and then transfer to the Blue line. or you could take a short cab ride to a blue line station and jump on the direct. i would take that approach. the CTA is the company that runs the public transport in chicago. their apps and website are good. good luck.