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The Palmer House remains one of Chicago's treasures. The lobby is beautiful and maintains what it was over the decades. The rooms were nice and comfortable. The gentleman who checked us in was awesome and very friendly. I am sorry I didn't get his name but it was around 2:40pm on Saturday the 14th. ...
I booked my hotel through Expedia and I had to put my card details in with them to book. I planned on paying cash for the hotel when I arrived. They informed me when I got there that they needed a card that had $50 on it for incidentals. I had already put my card on file when I booked and I assumed ...
The hotel is in a great location and walking distance to many places. The rooms were clean and comfortable. It was on the smaller side but it has a little kitchenette that could be used for a quick bite. The bathrooms were updated. A great hotel in a great location.
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 hotel is swanky and centrally located overlooking Millennium Park. The amenities are outstanding; very masculine, but comfortable for all types. Several restaurants, bars, lounges, game room, and the best rooftop in the city.
Visited my daughter who lives in Oak Park. Beautiful old hotel in a great section of Chicago. Close to the rail line, great restaurants, and wine bars. Hotel has two good restaurants - Phil's is a sports bar and the other is a more formal dining room. Tour the Frank Lloyd Wright House and surrounding ...
The hotel is comfortable for a stay when you do not plan to be in the room much of the day. There was no closet or accommodation to hang clothes. The room was small and tidy with the usual amenities; namely, microwave, refrigerator, television.
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.
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.
Once you’re ready to turn in for the night, head back to your choice of historical Chicago hotels. Choose a building that holds a special place in the city’s history, or select a spot that’s simply close to the top landmarks in town. Not to worry about paying skyscraper-high prices on your new or old Chicago hotel; book right here on Expedia.ca to find the top discounts on hotels in Chicago.
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.