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Hotel Blake, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Blake, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member

500 South Dearborn Street, Chicago - Map
Excellent staff and comfortable room. Had a great weekend.
A Traveller
Millennium Knickerbocker - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Millennium Knickerbocker

163 East Walton Place, Chicago - Map
Not enough pressure in shower. Lack of variety on menu, lack of 'real' restaurant, no privacy - sitting literally in the lobby- a turnoff.
A Traveller
Chicago Getaway Hostel - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 1.5 Stars

Chicago Getaway Hostel

616 W Arlington Pl, Chicago - Map
It is good experience, I wish if there is a tv inside the rooms
A Traveller
PUBLIC Chicago - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

PUBLIC Chicago

1301 N State Pkwy, Chicago - Map
"Chic hotel in Gold Coast"
Beautiful updated hotel lobby, bar, lounge. Rooms were serene and modern with white palette and trendy lighting and drapes but mostly a paint job over what has been there. Bathroom was below par which was a disappointment. Small nicks and stains on furniture and walls was disappointing, when I realized hotel was painted over. Looking past that though, rooms were decorated nice. Beds and pillows comfortable. Staff was fantastic and very helpful and accommodating. Bar and restaurant were supreme.
Traveller from New York, New York
Carleton of Oak Park - Oak Park Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Carleton of Oak Park

1110 Pleasant St, Oak Park - Map
"Convenient stay for concert night"
This was a very nice hotel. Picked this hotel because it was only 2 blocks to Green Line and only staying for 1 night. Hotel was clean and has a certain charm to it.
A Traveller
Hyatt Regency McCormick Place - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place

2233 S Martin Luther King Dr, Chicago - Map
"Very nice Hotel adjacent to McCormick Center"
Checking in late in the evening took less than 5 minutes; personnel everywhere was very professional and pleasant; the rooms where modern and clean; restaurant and bar was a little pricey; checkout took 1 minute and the airport shuttle was on time outside the front door. Overall a great stay for a 2-day convention attendance at the McCormick Center.
Traveller from San Diego, CA
Write Inn Hotel - Oak Park Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Write Inn Hotel

211 N Oak Park Ave, Oak Park - Map
"perfect for exploring oak park."
came for tour of frank lloyd wright architecture. best location in oakmpark. within walking distance of main flw sites. across the street from the ernest hemingway museum.
Traveller from detroit
Central Loop Hotel - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Central Loop Hotel

111 West Adams Street, Chicago - Map
"Small but clean."
I was surprise how small the room was. But it was clean. I was happy with my Keurig Coffeemaker, the refrigerator, the ample lighting, closet space. It was sufficient for what I needed.
Traveller from Fort Lauderdale, FL
Wrigley Hostel - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 1.5 Stars

Wrigley Hostel

3514 N. Sheffield, Chicago - Map
"Nice hostel close to Red Line to downtown."
Room was way too warm. Took too long to open the door. Had to ring doorbell many times.
Traveller from Chicago
theWit Chicago - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

theWit Chicago - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

201 N State Street, Chicago - Map
"Good location"
Staff were very hospitable, overall it was an great experience.
A Traveller

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    Historic Hotel Guide in Chicago

    It goes without saying that Chicago is a historic city. Come see the legendary sights for yourself during your next trip to Chi-Town.

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    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 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.

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