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Older hotel but the staff and location make up for any updates needed.
Jessica at the front desk was especially helpful! We were in town for the weekend and had easy walks to most of the sites we wanted to see.
We stayed at this hotel for one night to see the Bayern vs Milan game. We chose it simply for the price, as it was the cheapest hotel within walking distance. The staff were very nice during check out and check in. They had a...More
This hotel has a great situation. However, this is ton only thing it has. The people at the from desk aren't really smilling and helpul.
The rooms need a LOT of refresh. Mine had a view on the air tram (really noisy), the carpet was...More
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Yes and no. It's a maneuver thru Grant Park which slightly follows Lake Shore Dr. It's maybe a 25 min walk, but you'd have to be familiar with the park route. Otherwise, you could go south on Michigan or Columbus and go east... More
Yes and no. It's a maneuver thru Grant Park which slightly follows Lake Shore Dr. It's maybe a 25 min walk, but you'd have to be familiar with the park route. Otherwise, you could go south on Michigan or Columbus and go east towards the aquarium when the sidewalk allows. These are a few blocks over from the hotel because you can easily access Buckingham fountain by crossing over these two streets from Harrison & Wabash. But it's cold out so that walk is gonna feel much longer. Maybe a mile? Depends on how committed you are. If you take an Uber you could get there in like 10 mins.