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Had a great night's stay here. The views were great and could even see a glimpse of the Lake Michigan from our room. We were only a few blocks away from Michigan Street and only a few blocks away from The Navy Pier. Lots of restaurants and shopping all within walking distance. Room was very clean ...
I stayed here overnight because I had to go to the University of Chicago on the following day. It's a nice, cheap hotel just minutes away from the University by car. The parking is also free, which is a huge plus for me.
We were in town for a graduation and the hotel was in a great location and was comfortable and easy. The staff was great. We were traveling with older parents who arrived in the morning and had traveled early. They ordered room service for breakfast for the 2 of them (eggs and coffee) and the bill ...
I generally stay 180 nights per year in the Chicago area for business. I've stayed at LOTS of different hotels. This one is BY FAR my favorite in terms of luxury, comfort and price. The rooms are spacious, modern, clean and luxurious. The hotel staff provides above and beyond service. The bar and ...
Had a really nice stay at this hotel. Great location being a street over from Michigan Avenue and a very affordable hotel. Would definitely stay here again. Only gripe we had was that the bellman was a rude and grumpy older Hispanic gentleman and that our room was next to housekeeping and very noisy. ...
The very friendly staff stood out as the best feature of this nicely renovated hotel. The rooftop bar is very popular, especially on weekend evenings and has great 360 views of the surrounding areas. The main elevator serves the rooftop bar so hotel guests are relegated to using the side/service ...
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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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