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This is an aging hotel and that is its downfall. The rooms are dated and seriously need an update - it's beyond "retro." That said, the hotel is clean and so conveniently located and inexpensive. The staff does their best to make up for it...More
There are some serious issues with infrastructure. In one room, nothing came out of the hot water faucets and the AC/heater unit didn't work. At one point, the elevator didn't work. My advice, as soon as you get into your room, check everything to make...More
The hotel is situated very well in distance to lots of restaurants, drug stores and shopping, as well as being within walking distance of numerous sights. While yes, the hotel is older, it is very clean, and well cared for, and the staff is extremely...More
Staff was friendly and helpful. The hotel is old and showing it's age, but the facility and room were clean. The location made up for it. Walking distance to everything you'd need to enjoy a stay in Chicago. Restaurants, bars, shopping and train all convenient....More
Although I felt everything was clean, the place could use some freshening up and updating. It smelled old in my room and my pillows were pretty flat. Pleasant and helpful front desk. Continental breakfast was ok enough to get my day started. Yolk Restaurant was...More
Head to the North Side of Chicago for a stroll through one of the city’s greenest neighborhoods. Lincoln Park boasts over 1200 acres of green space complete with a free zoo open to visitors year-round. This pedestrian-friendly neighborhood is lined with parks, row homes, boutiques, taverns, and nature. Lincoln Park itself borders the lakefront area offering peaceful views of the water and the Chicago skyline.
The Lincoln Park Conservatory is one of the most popular attractions in the area, with the Chicago History Museum a close second. Armitage Avenue is where you’ll find great shopping from high-end retailers and small boutiques, whereas Clark Street houses cafes and restaurants. For more highbrow entertainment, walk along Lincoln Avenue to find some of Chicago’s finer museums and theaters.
I doubt the inn has that set up, maybe two rooms side by side, but the rooms at the inn are small. We stayed at the Hilton Oak brook terrace when moving our son to Lincoln Park. It is about a 30 minute ride in, by car or... More
I doubt the inn has that set up, maybe two rooms side by side, but the rooms at the inn are small. We stayed at the Hilton Oak brook terrace when moving our son to Lincoln Park. It is about a 30 minute ride in, by car or train, and the train stop is close by. Also a large mall with shops and restaurants is situated behind the hotel and it sits right next door to the Drury Lane Theater. Rooms and bathroom are large, 2 queen in one room, separated by a door, and pull out sofa, fridge, microwave, table and chairs, in other room,very roomy. Two TV's, and a separate shower stall and bath tub. Also, indoor pool, lounge and buffet breakfast for a fee. However, if you buy the breakfast package, I think it is only 20 xtra dollars, and all in your room eat free. Driving in early on a weekend, traffic is not bad (rush hour week day would be bad.) Also, parking spots turn over frequently in Lincoln park, and are time limited, so we had no problem stopping for food or shopping, and welcomed the retreat back to Oakbrook Terrace from the city.