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-We walked to 360 Chicago and all down Magnificent Mile from the hotel
-Many wonderful restaurants within walking distance
-Breakfast was well-made with a ton of variety; only complaint was the scrambled eggs were not good
-Coffee and tea were always available
OK, so I had to go to Chicago for a few days and I needed a Hilton brand hotel to stay. This hotel was a wonderful choice. The building is very old, but very well kept.
When you walk through the door, the registration desk...More
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Response from Kevin M, Manager at Hampton Inn Chicago Downtown/N Loop/Michigan AveResponded 26 October 2017
Thank you so much for sharing your comments on your recent stay! I am so pleased to read that you had an excellent experience. We hope you'll visit us again soon!
Guest Services Manager
This Hampton was such a neat place to stay, felt more like a boutique hotel then a Hampton Inn - We were in town for the Bears/Vikings game and we really enjoyed our 3 nights here. Rooms were clean and spacious. The location was great...More
I stayed at this hotel last year by myself during a conference, and I was so impressed with my stay that I insisted I stay at the hotel again, this time bringing two colleagues with me. They enjoyed their rooms. This hotel gets so many...More
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If you book on a travel site be sure to double check with this hotel. They canceled my reservation without notifying me or the travel site and when I arrived they had no rooms available. I have never had this happen in all of the...More
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