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I have stayed in my fair share of budget hotels but this was by far the absolute worst. upon arrival we were greeted with a glass window with a talking hole and a slot to pass $$ through. i went up to the hole and...More
It is often that when someone experiences great customer service they don't take the time to voice it to others. I absolutely had to take a few moments to speak on my experience at the Bellwood hotel. Starting from my pleasant greeting from the front...More
IT WAS HORRIBLE.
I was screamed at. I was threatened. Insulted and Harrassed by the employee, Pat.
She was so sweet, until I asked for a receipt.
She threw my money at me and said "go somewhere else if you want a receipt. We don't...More
pat the head boss is very mean to her staff and the customers the hotel is not has clean has it looks in your photo i heard pat say to a customer that you cant tie your shoes on the stairs beca ue mite go...More
I've stayed at the Bellwood several times and the location is wonderful. If there are bedbugs, they are quite discreet. The rooms are dingy but not dirty and acceptable for the price. Unfortunately I recently had an experience with staff that cancels out these borderline...More
USD 40 - USD 75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Bellwood Hotel Chicago
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Head to the North Side of Chicago for a stroll through one of the city’s greenest neighborhoods. Lincoln Park boasts over 1200 acres of green space complete with a free zoo open to visitors year-round. This pedestrian-friendly neighborhood is lined with parks, row homes, boutiques, taverns, and nature. Lincoln Park itself borders the lakefront area offering peaceful views of the water and the Chicago skyline.
The Lincoln Park Conservatory is one of the most popular attractions in the area, with the Chicago History Museum a close second. Armitage Avenue is where you’ll find great shopping from high-end retailers and small boutiques, whereas Clark Street houses cafes and restaurants. For more highbrow entertainment, walk along Lincoln Avenue to find some of Chicago’s finer museums and theaters.