Good customer service, the hotel is great for the price!
The staff was friendly and helpful. Great location.
Good location and charm of older hotel. Not great for business travelers - no work space in room and terrible internet connection and throughput.
The common areas and lobby were beautiful and the front desk staff and valets were very friendly. When we got into our room, the thermostat was set to 80 degrees and we needed an engineer to come up to lower it for us, but they took care of it right away. A fan in the bathroom would help with steam/condensation. ...
Hotel staff were very friendly. Room was exactly as expected and clean. Would definitely stay again!
Nice location - very convenient to the Blue Line train. Rooms are relatively small. Enjoyed the 5-6pm happy hour with wine and hors d'oeuvres.
First and foremost the people are extremely helpful and friendly. Also, the rooms are beautiful and comfortable. The common area downstairs is also comfortable and functional for quiet time, intimate conversations and group gatherings. Great place to stay!
The property is great, clean, quiet and the amenities are very nice. There was no chair for the computer guests use. I had to kneel to use the computer.
This is a historic property located across from Millennium Park. It has all the grace of old with updated facilities. We loved it.
Field Museum of Natural History is located in a vibrant area of Chicago known for its beautiful lakeside setting and stunning architecture. The neighborhood is home to 47 hotels and other accommodations, so you can find something that works for your stay.
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After you've visited Field Museum of Natural History, you can explore everything there is to see and do within a couple miles of the area.
You might want to spend some time browsing the exhibits at Chicago Children's Museum, Chicago History Museum, or Glessner House Museum. Willis Tower, Chicago Riverwalk, and John Hancock Center are some of the notable landmarks to see in the area. You can check out the local talent at Arie Crown Theater, Oriental Theatre, and Cadillac Palace Theatre.
If you want to see more of the surrounding area, you can plan a visit to John G. Shedd Aquarium and Soldier Field. Grant Park is also located 0.6 mi (1 km) from Field Museum of Natural History, and McCormick Place is 1 mi (1.5 km) away.
With so many ways to get around, seeing all of the area near Field Museum of Natural History is a breeze. Metro stations nearby include Roosevelt Station and Harrison Station. If you want to see more of the area, hop aboard a train from Chicago 18th Street Station, Chicago Museum Campus-11th Street Station, or Chicago McCormick Place Station.
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