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The absolute best place to stay for a real Wrigleyville weekend. Right on the corner of Sheffield and Addison. Huge kitchen, dining room, gated deck looking out at the ballpark, a comfortable king bed and the price was very reasonable. It was exactly like living...More
We stayed here for a long weekend and we're just amazed at how lovely this booking was. Talk about spacious! Incredibly comfortable and the location simply could not be better near Wrigley Field and next to the train station. If there was any kind of...More
I booked the Legends and All-Star suites for my group of 16 on my brother's bachelor party, and couldn't have been more pleased. Both suites are actually much larger then they appear on-line, especially the livingroom/kitchen area. Not only are the beds easily big enough...More
Had a great time @ the Inn at Wrigley with 16 other friends over a weekend for three nights. We rented both the Homerun & Legends Suites and loved every minute of it. The location is amazing and will be even more amazing once Wrigley...More
Whatever you do, DO NOT stay at The Inn at Wrigley Field. They are unprofessional, unresponsive, and do not provide what they promise.
We booked the Stadium Suite over Thanksgiving for a big family reunion and Thanksgiving dinner. One of the two toilets was broken...More
This energetic sub-neighborhood, part of the larger Lakeview neighborhood, has a split personality. In the daytime you can stroll along its streets and enjoy a quiet meal, shop for gifts, walk along the row homes or sit peacefully in Graceland Cemetery. After dark, the neighborhood springs to life. Go bar-hopping along Addison and Sheffield Avenue or join the crowd at the historic Wrigley Field for live music. If there’s a
Chicago Cubs baseball game in town, be prepared. Cubs fans can get a little rowdy and may prove to be a bit overwhelming if you're not expecting it.