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I could admire the Great Lake Michigan from my room's window (top floor).
The hotel is kind of old and it would be better with some renovation, especially of the A/C (cold air was flowing in early October instead of warm...!...)
Overall, the room was...More
A friend and I travelled for a Bears game and stayed here. Surprisingly low cost, perfectly nice hotel. Not modern, or "pristine" but full of genuine character and history, big rooms, friendly and helpful staff, but its biggest asset is its location - easy access...More
Tell me one thing which was not good about the hotel. Great location. Nice view and excellent service.
Very close to the city center and attractions. Bus stand and metro was very near by. Was there with one of my colleague.
Enjoyed my stay thoroughly.
For a hotel that is over one hundred years old, it is a very nice hotel to stay in , you just have to remember it's age. I do not recommend you eat in the hotel dinning room, but the breakfast cafe is great.
The hotel location is excellent. All types of public transportation is well within walking distance, whether you go to airport or to navvy pier, bus and trains are well connected. You can cover many attractions within walking distance.
The hotel is a historic one and...More
US$80 - US$214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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