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My husband and I stayed here for a weekend to celebrate his birthday. We wanted to be close to the el, in a decent area, and NOT PAY A LOT. (Hotels near downtown run $200/night and up.) This hotel was all of these. Was it...More
Rooms were in poor condition. Water stains everywhere, very musty and damp feeling. Linens in poor condition. Only provided two towels for four of us and wanted to charge $5 for each additional towel. Management was rude. Decent location, for the price.
Old, no elevator, small room with beat up furniture, but fairly clean. Front desk manager not very friendly or helpful. Ceiling had an unpatched hole where a light fixture used to be. One battered nightstand, no lamp; student-style desk was the only storage. Small round...More
-Fast free wifi
-the neighborhood appears fairly safe (it's Chinatown, but not the ghetto or anything)
-The rooms are in extremely poor condition and are very small.
-It's in Chinatown, but it's not a particular nice part of the...More
USD 58 - USD 129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Chinatown may be one of Chicago’s smallest neighborhoods geographically, but it's big on character, colors, sights, sounds, and flavors. In this South Side neighborhood, you’ll find authentic Chinese restaurants dotting the length of Wentworth Avenue. After a meal of dim sum, noodles, duck or other tantalizing food specialties, satiate your visual appetite with dozens of public art sculptures
sprinkled throughout the neighborhood ranging from animal structures to pagodas, a tile mosaic, Chinatown Gate, and a Buddhist Temple.
They do not have a designated area for parking for this hotel. But there is a closed in parking lot within a 5min walk from there. Has GREAT prices too. Use the app spot hero to get great parking rates all over chicago :)