The room was so small that we were tripping over everything, fortunately, there wasn't enough room to fall down. It took me a while just to find a place to drop my bags. The bathroom was so small that I had to sit sideways, with the sink poking into my shoulder. Room 717 is directly in front of the elevators and you get a lovely "ding ding ding" every 3 to 4 minutes. The plumbing bumps and shreeks like a monster from a Godzilla film every time someone in the building uses any water. You can get free WI-FI on a bus or a train but the W charges you $14 per day(Probably standard, but insulting while paying top dollar to stay on a broom closet.). The view from our room was non-existent. The food was good and the beds were great, but this building was simply not designed to be a luxury hotel.
In conclusion: the rooms are small and I like to complain.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to that toddlin' town. Set in the middle of the famed Chicago Loop, W Chicago - City Center is close to the Willis Tower, the Chicago Art Institute, Millennium Park, and the theater district. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- w Chicago - City Hotel Chicago
- w Chicago City Center
- w Hotel Chicago
- w Hotels Chicago