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Was a little worried when we checked in with the feel somewhere between a heritage site hotel and a frat house. Our one bedroom was large and comfortable with a pull out bed and adequate furnishings including the kitchen. No frills breakfast. Convenient location with...More
The staff here truly made our stay special. They seem to understand the concept of "guest" and go out of their way to provide exceptional service. In my earlier review I gave them high marks and don't mind saying that they lived up to it...More
If you know in advance that this is an old place, needs to be cleaned, painted, and have the rugs replaced----you will be fine. It is quiet, unless there is a connecting room behind a door, so request not. The decor is old and I...More
It was great pleasure to be there. The housekeeping was not doing a good job. while she was tidying the room she was damping every shoe together to a pile.but the other people were so friendly. thank you
We had seen the Homestead while walking by on previous visits to Evanston. It looked nice from the outside and had good reviews. We ended up with a room on the 8th floor and noticed not only that the corridor and room smelled off mildew...More
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Response from Homestead_Hotel, Director of Sales at The HomesteadResponded 3 weeks ago
Thanks for sharing your experience on Tripadvisor, we certainly appreciate your feedback and utilize feedback like yours to propel us forward and make improvements. We are sorry to hear of your dissatisfaction. The damp corridor and room smelling of mildew is extremely uncommon feedback. We...More
Response from Jennifer J | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Nina! You also have the option of taking the Union Pacific North Metra train (metrarail website) connecting to the Blue Line of the El (transitchicago website) for the El or the bus) or you could take the Purple Line of... More
Hi, Nina! You also have the option of taking the Union Pacific North Metra train (metrarail website) connecting to the Blue Line of the El (transitchicago website) for the El or the bus) or you could take the Purple Line of the El and connect to the Blue Line or you could take the #290 bus and connect to the Blue Line. :-)
Always check the CTA website for updates on service and closures. I hope you have a nice trip!