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AHHH I stayed here on the 40th bday and it was perfect. Enjoyed being able to walk to Louis Vuitton (right around the corner) Smaller rooms and elevator was slower than most but I have a nice nights sleep and enjoyed being so close to...More
What a great location. Just off Michigan Avenue. Close to all the shops and an easy walk to Navy Pier.
Friendly staff. On arrival was greeted with a big smile and very clean rooms.
Highly recommend. Will stay again
Very comfortable clean room although slightly smaller than had hoped.
Most importantly had a really good uninterrupted sleep which was bliss.
Great central location and surprisingly quiet.
Looking forward to coming back to this hotel in the future.
Great large hotel, with comfortable spacey rooms, that have been completely renovated. Marble bathrooms, high end finishes and a great comfortable bed with cloud-like feathery sleep quality at the end of a long day of touring Chicago.
The fact that it is located on a...More
Thank Anne-Marie P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Streeterville is where visitors head for play at Navy Pier, a pseudo amusement park and development of restaurants, shops, rides, and other activities. You’ll find lots of action and excitement on the docks. Along the pier, you’ll see the statue of the captain for whom Streeterville is named. While you enjoy your fair share of sightseeing at the pier, you can also visit other popular attractions there such as
the Chicago Children’s Museum and the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Off the pier you’ll find more restaurants from low-cost pubs to high-end establishments. Arts and culture aficionados should be sure not to miss the Museum of Contemporary Art.
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Depending on the route, it may take anywhere between 15 and 25 minutes during regular traffic. As others have already noted, there is to be extra expected transit time during game days. The Forest Park stop on the Blue... More
Depending on the route, it may take anywhere between 15 and 25 minutes during regular traffic. As others have already noted, there is to be extra expected transit time during game days. The Forest Park stop on the Blue Line of the "El" Train System can take you to less than a half mile of the United Center.