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All reviews interior room old chicago full size fridge converted warehouse without windows canal park living room red lobster within walking distance kiddie pool small kitchen unique hotel large suite pull out couch location is great waffles hot tub
Nice rooms, very nicely remodeled. Great location with walking and driving access to Canal Park, shopping, and historical places. Many restaurants in the area to choose from. This is a great place to stay.
This hotel is located in a very large, very old warehouse. The history of the building is interesting and it's exterior is beautiful. The lobby is large and nice. We didn't use the pool but it looked really nice. The room itself left something to...More
The carpet was not vacuumed from the previous people. There was popcorn and crumbs all over the floor. They did not have towels stocked in the room. There was dirty garbage and laundry right outside our door when we checked in and it was still...More
This wasn't our first time here, but we keep coming back. The rooms could be updated a bit, but they are always clean and LARGE. We have 3 children (5,3, and 1 years old) and it's so nice to have a larger space and/or an...More
Hotel is in a great location. Lobby and hallways nice. The sleeping portion of the room was okay. Not super impressed with the "living room" in our suite. Pull out couched not comfortable. Old building. The sheer curtains were blowing with the window closed. The...More
They have a large well lite paved lot directly across the street from the hotel. They may also have underground but for the times we've stayed, one would think I would have a definitive answer. Guess I'm not as detailed as I... More
They have a large well lite paved lot directly across the street from the hotel. They may also have underground but for the times we've stayed, one would think I would have a definitive answer. Guess I'm not as detailed as I thought.