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A nice room, but hard on the legs with luggage and narrow stairs. Convenient to shops and food. Off street parking would be nice. Some issues with moldy coffee grounds in the maker. Housekeeping a little lax.
If you have to stay in south Chicago then this is a good option. I am currently staying a 2 bedroom apartment. The apartment is quite good and self sufficient including the kitchen and a jaccuzi in one of the bathrooms. IT would have been...More
We stayed here couple of nights after moving to the country. Very convenient, clean. quiet, with a laundry and a dryer in unit, as well as fully equipped kitchen, The price is pretty high, but otherwise a good place to stay.
This is a condo/apartment building where they've converted some of the rooms into "hotel rooms."
When they first opened it a few years back, it was really nice. But the last couple times I've stayed there, it's showing its age. Furniture is old and dingy....More
Very good place for the price they offer. Parking facilities are great, and a good option for accommodation in the Hyde Park area. This place is a very good option for people who wish to have short term stays (up to 2 months) close to...More
USD 180 - USD 215 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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If you want to get a feel for quintessential South Side Chicago, you have to make a stop in Hyde Park, one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods. This historic area is home to two of the city’s most prominent cultural institutions, the Museum of Science and Industry and the University of Chicago. A stroll here will bring you past vintage and grand hotels converted into luxury apartment buildings; peaceful
gardens, parks and green spaces; and ivy-adorned museums and other cultural institutions that speak to the city’s diversity and architectural beauty.