Ratings based on 4 Guest Reviews

Hear it directly from our travelers
4.5 out of 5
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
TRAVELOCITY GUEST REVIEWS
Hear it directly from our travelers
5 out of 5
Recommended
by chicagoweddingfrom Las Vegas, NV, USA

Awesome hotel and staff

Posted Sep 30, 2012
Pros: Free Internet
Love the place and the location. The bellman, Showtime, and the bartender, J Fox were top notch.
5 out of 5
Recommended
by TequilaMockingbirdfrom Downstate, IL

Great experience!

Posted Mar 13, 2012
Pros: Close restaurants, Free Internet, Quiet, "showtime" the doorman!
The only reason I did not rate all 5's was 1)every Chicago hotel is overpriced IMO and 2)the shower leaked water onto the tile floor. Minor issues. But approx $270 (usd# for 2 weekend nights including all those ridiculous cook county taxes is cheap for downtown Chicago. The staff was great very friendly, the location was convenient- we walked to the Field museum, art institute and Union Station. The staff #especially "Showtime" Gregg) gave us good leads on restaurants, etc. I would definitely stay here again.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by A traveler

Great place to stay downtown

Posted Jul 2, 2009
This hotel has got to be one of the hidden gems of downtown Chicago, because if more people knew about it they would probably charge more to stay there. It's far enough away from the "L" tracks that the noise from the trains isn't a factor, and the tracks for the nearest station (Blue Line) run underground. It's an easy walk to Grant Park (we attended the Taste of Chicago while we were there), and a $10 cab ride to Navy Pier. The hotel doormen (and the desk staff, for that matter) know the area very well, and can get you discounts at some of the local clubs and attractions. The king size bed was comfortable, and the room was quiet, for the most part. Check-in and check-out went very quickly, at least after reserving here on Travelocity. Although it's a fairly small hotel, it's located between an upscale restaurant and a sub sandwich shop, and there's a Starbucks across the street, so there are some close options for dining if you don't want to venture far away. As for general street noise, we didn't find it bad at all, especially considering that this hotel is downtown in the third largest city in the country, and Chicago isn't one of those cities that rolls up the sidewalk at 8:00pm - or 1:00 am, for that matter. The hotel is on a street that seems somewhat quieter than Michigan Ave, which is a major north-south street. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again the next time I'm in Chicago.
4 out of 5
by A traveler

Will stay again

Posted Jul 10, 2008
The desk staff was friendly. The room was spacious and clean. The bed was very comfortable. The hotel was quiet and had no problem with being bothered during the night. The hotel is right near the red line which made getting around the city easy and inexpensive. There are several reasonably priced restaurants nearby as well as a Garrett's Popcorn a few blocks north. Yummy. I got a great rate for this hotel through Travelocity.com and will plan to stay again even at full price. The only problem I had was I couldn't watch the Cubs game on television in the hotel because they did not carry the channel that aired it. I was very disappointed but don't think the average traveler would care about this.