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It's hard to know where to begin, this is one of the worst hotels I've ever stayed in. The room wasn't ready at 4pm check in, no apologies were made. We finally got in at 5.30, still no apologies. The room was very tired, clean(ish)...More
I have to say that before I booked Chicago Essex Inn I had read about 2 dozen reviews. It was rated a 3 star hotel and for the price for 3 nights that included a trip with my husband and step daughter it seemed reasonable....More
Spent one night here while attending a conference nearby. While the room was small, it was clean and everything functioned well. It is an older property so some things show signs of wear, but nothing that got in the way of my stay. I would...More
Cockroaches in the bathroom and not even a discount on a $700 two night stay. Pretty miserable considering the inflated price. Would strongly advise against staying here. I am not even afraid of bugs, but when faced with the situation we were in, I would...More
The Essex Inn is located on Michigan avenue not far from the South end of the Magnificent Mile. It is across from the Kitty O'Shea pub and restaurant, a nice spot for a late night drink or a bite.
The front desk is a very...More
$120 - $365 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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