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Everything started out great. Hotel looked nice. Staff seemed nice even though they apparently do nothing special for birthdays. Ok.
We went to dinner and came back. We realized ( after using the restroom) that we had not been provided with any soap. Ok. We...More
stayed overnight as my wife had surgery at Northwestern. Room was really nice, cool/hip décor. Gino's pizza right next door, Michigan Ave. shopping a block down. We were able to check in early, front desk people were very efficient, friendly and nice to deal with....More
I work for a nearby hospital and had a late work night and early work morning. I contacted hotel and was given a great rate. I can see the hotel from my office and always wondered about it. Wonder no more. It's clean, modern and...More
Hotel is in a great location if you are interested in Staying in the theater district. Since it is so new everything is still modern and very clean. The game room would be a great place for people to get together. The lobby is on...More
I have flown in to O'Hare Airport the night before... Where I had an onset of migraine headaches.
The staff at that hotel called the Cambria explain my situation and they let me check in 3 hours early... As a courtesy
In addition one of...More
Over 400 stores pack the concrete along Michigan Avenue, the eight-block stretch known as Magnificent Mile. This area between Oak Avenue and the Chicago River is more a shopping paradise than a full-out neighborhood. For prime upscale shopping, this is the place to go. It’s busy, energetic, and packed with shoppers. You'll also find hundreds of restaurants and dozens of hotels, all on the mid- to high-end scale.
Some of the city’s most iconic buildings like the Wrigley Building, John Hancock Center and other architectural marvels define the magnificence of this neighborhood.
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i am not a chicago resident so definitely not an expert. i can tell you that Ohare is on the Blue line of the EL. depending on how much you want to transfer trains and such you could probably walk about 4 blocks to one... More
i am not a chicago resident so definitely not an expert. i can tell you that Ohare is on the Blue line of the EL. depending on how much you want to transfer trains and such you could probably walk about 4 blocks to one station and then transfer to the Blue line. or you could take a short cab ride to a blue line station and jump on the direct. i would take that approach. the CTA is the company that runs the public transport in chicago. their apps and website are good. good luck.