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My wife and I had stayed there many times, and I have so many nice memories. She recently died and our two sons and I were visiting Chicago. It was sweet to recall the familiar hotel with its great lobby and wonderful location. Just as good as always. Actually with improved rooms.
I lived in Chicago for many years, many years ago. We chose this hotel because it was perfectly located to everything we wanted to see (and we saw a TON). We also got a very good price, which helped the decision making, but were very pleased with how nice, clean, updated, large and COMFORTABLE our ...
Great location, nice rooms and facilities. The check in line was long. They needed more staff at the counter. Overall good hotel great location
The Carleton of Oak Park is a jewel in the burbs. Access to Lake Street Shops and the Wright houses is excellent. It is a quick L hop to the Conservatory and the The Art Instituted down town is about as long again. I love the trains and being at the end of the line allows a party to select its seating. ...
We were in town for my husband to attend a conference. We were excited about the history of the hotel and the pictures were beautiful. Everyone was very helpful with the luggage etc. checking in. The hotel is in a fantastic area which we enjoyed tremendously. What we did not care for was bugs, hair ...
very good and service was good though they have dark lights They upgraded our room as a hilton honors member We enjoyed out stay there since its near everything
Family of four - room was spacious and clean. The front desk staff was very helpful. The location was good, close to Michigan Avenue
It goes without saying that Chicago is a historic city. Come see the legendary sights for yourself during your next trip to Chi-Town.
When you’re ready to begin your tour of the historic city, start at the Chicago Water Tower. This castle structure is unlike anything else in town, and for good reason. The tower was one of the few landmarks that survived the infamous Great Chicago Fire of 1871, which burned down half of the city. As you’re walking around the now-metropolis, look upward. Many of the skyscrapers were built during the Roaring ’20s, and the art deco style is still visible today. If you’re looking to go inside any of the buildings, choose the Rookery. The two-story sunlit entrance was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905 and is still an impressive sight to behold. Of course, if you want the full scoop on Chi-Town legacy, head to the Chicago History Museum, which includes photos, diaries, letters, clothing, and more local lore.
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Chicago has been on the world’s stage for centuries. Nothing has ever slowed it down—not fire, nor snow, nor sleet. Come see what the fuss is about during your historical tour of this grand city of Illinois.