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Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! Wired internet is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 14 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage
Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 13 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! Any additional older children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Experience the excitement of Chicago from the center of all the action at this beautiful historic hostel, offering comfortable and contemporary accommodations in the heart of the city.
Score from 1055 reviews Excellent
Lovely helpful lady on reception and reasonably close to the city
Comfortable at a reasonable price. A great area for food and it is a very safe area to be in either night or day.
For the price there isn't anything not to like. It is a little dingy and there was no view but I wanted a cheap hotel and that's why I stayed there.
hotel room clean, nice bed, good personel, nice bathroom, i have ability to print my boarding card
wi fi in the room was sux
Good location, close to a subway stop and fairly cheap.
Old hotel that hasn't been updated in a long time.
Worst experience in 3 yrs wd booking . Com
reception very bad cleanliness (hairs in the bathroom, spots on the bed) antiquated equipment...
Great hot water for a long shower.
Room was tiny and hot.
We could take a nice walk downtown or catch the train.. the staff was friendly.
I slept like a baby
very filthy carpet,no elevator,not much space to move, stained towels,very stained comforter,everything worn and old
closeness to El and Subway. Many good restaurants. Safe area.
On-street parking is difficult to find.
The room, the light, it was clean
wifi in rooms was very bad, although in lobby it's ok. the hotel is pretty far from the center, about an hour on foot. also, it's situated in chinatown, so if you want to eat something not chinese - you won't find it.
Great location, safe and quiet at night, close to the Metro line to get to everything you want to experience in Chicago. This was cheaper than a hostel (in Chicago), and you had privacy, a shower, AC, basic TV... but really you're in an amazing city with lots to do and see. We truly just slept here and explored all day, it was perfect for that.
The gross carpets and sub-par repairs (3 inches of silicone caulk around the base of the sink) might be off putting to some travellers, it ain't pretty, but again this place is for the budget minded, the beds were clean and comfortable, the room had climate control. Wi-Fi only worked in the main lobby.
Very close to the McCormick convention center. Loved the food in Chinatown! Very close to the Red Line. Parking was close by and only $14/day.
It was old and worn, but this was tolerable for the price. The soap holders in the shower were all broken off and the shelves in the medicine cabinet were broken. Worn and old are one thing, but broken fixtures is a bit too run down.
no fridge in room
No elevator and all guests enter the reservated room by climbing the stairs . l climbed up fourth floor with carrying on my heavy suitcase . The stuffs are not friendly .
I liked the coziness of the room. I was only there for one night, I was by myself, it was exactly what I needed. The bed was comfortable, the room itself was clean, comfortable and affordable, I have no complaints and I would definitely return.
The receptionist was extremely rude all 4 encounters I had with him. Upon checkin, asking questions about directions, inquiring on breaking a $50, and checkout. He acted like I was the biggest annoyance in the world, I tried to be friendly and patient, I am not an obnoxious or rude person. I did not feel welcome there at all from him. And hauling all of my luggage up 3 flights of stairs was less than fun, but it didn't kill me.
took my old mother, no elevator had to take steps (uncomfortable) to third floor, even with advanced request did not get the lower floor room, very inconvenient.
Nothing I liked.
Everything was really bad. The service. The wifi. The bed. The room smelled stinky. I could not sleep I swear for 3 hrs. It was terrible night at that place. They said it was the only one available. It sucks. Do not waste $100 for nothing. OMG I will never forget that night. No elevators. 100 dollars for what?
Hair in bathroom not ours n this was my third stay there n on all three shower area n sink area had hair belongin to someone else
- Large room - 2min to Metro
- Rather dirty - Expensive
Wifi wouldn't connect.
-Close access to redline (5 min walk) -Safety of neighborhood -neutral location for delivery (food) -overnight parking ($14 a night) -Good Chinese food in area -Culturally interesting
-Cleanliness was below average -Wi-Fi was close to none -Community refrigerator, microwave, and ice *if you are a germaphobe this hotel will take some coping strategies. Nonetheless, the hotel was still suitable for human conditions (hot water, AC, blankets, window..exc).
The only likeable features of this "hotel" was the price during tourist season and the fact that it was a quick subway ride to downtown.
I felt seriously uncomfortable here. This is not the type of place you want to stay alone ...much less walk around alone. I wasn't expecting a Motel 6 atmosphere even, but this place was very dirty, the staff was rude, it is in a bad neighborhood, no wifi, and even cab drivers were not familiar with the area. You might as well spend some more on a halfway decent place or go to a youth hostel. I didn't even spend the night- I was so disgusted.
the position near the metro is very good
everything is very old and run-down; very noisy place also by night, with stink from very durty street
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