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The room was nice and big overlooking the lake , was very comfortable. The morning breakfast was incredible with lots of choices and the staff could not have been more helpful.,
This is an old but well maintained hotel along the miracle mile area of Chicago. Rooms were modern. Bed was very comfortable. Only a few blocks from the lake. WiFi worked perfectly in our room. Seven blocks from the red line train.
I have stayed here twice when I've had business in Hyde Park. First time the only issue I had was the fridge was broken and froze anything I put in it. There is clearly no pool. No idea why they still list that. Second time I went to stay I found out that I should have been given a voucher for discounted ...
Although an older building, the DeWitt is most accommodating and convenient to Michigan, downtown / uptown. With a small efficiency kitchen, one can save on meals during a longer stay in town. The bed was comfortable, no distractions of noise, and room was clean.
It's an older building but had a lot of character. I very much enjoyed my stay. The staff could not have been more friendly. Cool coffee shop attached and great surrounding area. I have no issues recommending this to others.
Great location on beautiful quiet street, walk or uber everywhere. Our room was nice with 2 queen beds. Comfy. Staff okay, seemed a little preoccupied, could have spiffed up their attentiveness but overall s good place. I would return.
My boys and I had a great time. I’d suggest larger towels and easier availability to get towels for the pool area.
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The shores of Lake Michigan provide a number of beaches for you to explore; Chicago has 41 km of beach altogether. Head over to 57th Street Beach, located south of Promontory Point. Designed by Olmstead & Vaux—the designers of Central Park—this beach offers plenty of sand to frolic in, a lifeguard station, and a food stand in the summer. Lake Michigan rarely warms up all that much, but the braver among you can go for a swim in its blue depths. In winter, the lake gets even colder. Feeling particularly daring? Join one of the local Polar Bear Swims and see how long you last in the icy waters.
If you’re looking for some sporting action, North Avenue Beach is the place to be. You can play volleyball, rent kayaks, or splash around in the shallow waters to your heart’s content. You’ll have plenty of company; North Avenue Beach is extremely popular with the locals.
When you’re beachcombing in Chicago, a beach hotel is the perfect place to stay. You’ll be right near the water; just put on your board shorts and amble out of your hotel and straight to the shore. You won’t need to worry about taking public transportation to the beach, or getting the frown of a cabbie when you track sand into his not-so-pristine cab. Some beach hotels offer the use of sun loungers, chairs, and other items that can make your sandy adventure more fulfilling—inquire at the desk to see what they can do for you.
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