Location and friendly staff. Very comfortable beds
I was surprised there was no valet parking at the front of the building, but it turned out fine in the back of the hotel. I loved being right by the parks and walking distance to so many wonderful things. The architecture boat tour was recommended and it was awesome!
The prestige, history and beauty of the place. I love the detail of trim on old buildings. While it had the look, it also had enough modern touches that you didn't feel like anything was lacking. Two things I did not like. The room was pretty small and I greatly dislike mini bar things, but What ...
Hands down the BEST HOTEL I have experienced so far in Chicago!
Nice property good location. Easy to get to stuff in the area
Small, cozy room. Worked for my short trip. Didn't have some comfort amenities such as a fridge in the room and complementary breakfast, but I would stay there again.
Approachable staff and clean environment no negative vibes
Riverfront views from my room was spectacular. I had a corner room so a bit quieter but always heard a massive rumbling of a A/C or fan system below me in addition to the traffic noise. The room door didn’t shield much from the hallway noise which was annoying.
Hotel was a good size with lots to do (bars/restaurants), lots of space to work quietly also. central location meant it was easy to explore the city
Chicago Cultural Center is located in a vibrant area of Chicago known for its beautiful river views and stunning architecture. The neighborhood is home to 292 hotels and other accommodations, so you can find something that works for your stay.
You can choose from 205 hotels and accommodations within a mile of Chicago Cultural Center, including these options:
While you're in town visiting Chicago Cultural Center, you can explore everything there is to see and do within a couple miles of the area.
Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Children's Museum, and Chicago History Museum feature captivating exhibits. Sights like Chicago Riverwalk, Willis Tower, and John Hancock Center are landmarks to visit in the area. You can catch a show at Oriental Theatre, House of Blues Chicago, and Cadillac Palace Theatre.
If you want to see more of the surrounding area, you can plan a visit to Millennium Park and Chicago Theatre. You might also stop by Art Institute of Chicago, located 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Chicago Cultural Center, or Grant Park which is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) away.
With so many choices for transportation, seeing the area around Chicago Cultural Center is a breeze. You can walk to nearby metro stations including State Station, Clark-Lake Station, and Lake Station. If you're hopping a train into town, Millennium Station, Chicago Van Buren Street Station, and Chicago Union Station are the closest train stations to Downtown Chicago.
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