The previous reviewer (Looks great but needs fine tuning) more or less wrote my review for me. The rooms are beyond tiny which is understandable in a city hotel. What is not understandable is the lack of many amenities, not the least of which is a "Do Not Disturb" sign. Housekeeping knocked on our door at 8:15 in the morning the day after Thanksgiving. We told her that we were not leaving and that the rest of our party in the room next door was not leaving either. In spite of this she went right over and knocked on our friend's door! So much for sleeping in! The following day, when I returned to the room at 4PM it had not yet been cleaned (There is no sign requesting service in the room either). Did you know they have a fitness room? Neither did I since there is absolutely no information about the hotel in the room.
And would it be too much to ask for a mirror? Even by standing on the edge of the tub it was not possible to get a full length view.
The bed was very comfortable and the front deck staff couldn't have been nicer. Since we visiting our daughters who live on Lincoln Avenue, the small size of the room didn't really matter. (Although it would have been nice to have been able to actually hang up clothes in the closet).
Overall we will probably stay there again but it will be because of the convenience factor.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just north of Chicago’s downtown financial and retail hubs, Lincoln Park is the city’s most charming and historically rich residential community, where tree-lined streets are dotted with a mix of million-dollar-plus homes and classic three-flat apartment buildings and sidewalks buzz with energy from families, DePaul University students, young professionals, fitness buffs, and visitors to the city. At the center of it all is Hotel Lincoln. Hotel Lincoln is an upscale boutique hotel with an eclectic-meets-collegial vibe, offering 184 guest rooms, executive meeting space, a lobby-level European-style coffee bar, a spacious rooftop lounge with panoramic views of downtown Chicago and Lake Michigan, and the acclaimed Perennial Virant – helmed by award-winning Chef Paul Virant. As Joie de Vivre’s first hotel east of the Mississippi, the property is uniquely designed to not only connect Chicagoans with iconic city gems, but also give travelers a taste of what life is really like in the packed-with-personality city. ... more less
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