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Inn at Lincoln Park
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Reviewed September 29, 2004

In 40 years of traveling around the world, this is the worst place ever. Do not stay here. Terrible disrepair -- stained carpet, cracked tile, 10 years overdue for paint, broken lamp, leaking shower faucets, broken bathroom shelf. 25-yr-old TV. Linens are not changed daily. Had to sit sideways on toilet due to cramped bathroom. No iron or ironing board available. Indifferent desk clerk. Phones did not work. Hallway reeks from tobacco smoke. Room preposterously small. Need I say more? Cancel your trip to Chicago if this is only place that has rooms available.

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Reviewed September 7, 2004

I was disappointed with the hotel because the room was very small. I felt cramped. The bathroom is so small that you must close the door to use the facilities, and there is no where to place bathroom items.
The reason that I chose the hotel is that it's in an area with park, etc. close by. But as it turned out he most annoying part was the noise from the street. I visited in August and with the window air conditioner installed, I could not close the window, so listened to the traffic, and city noise until about 2am.

  • Stayed: August 2004
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Reviewed June 2, 2004

Have stayed here three times in the lat year when the less expensive Days Inn lincoln park was booked. First stay was okay. Last two where horrible. The elevator is not well maintained and the rooms are worse. Burnt out lightbulbs, ancient bedframes, and a lamp cord that shocked me are enough to keep me away. If you're looking for a little old school Chicago flavor, stay here. If you're looking for comfort, walk across the street. I must say though, I recently saw a remodeling permit in the window, so perhaps things will improve. The only really good thing about the property is it's easy in and out parking lot. But it's 10 bucks too and you're not guaranteed a spot. Days Inn Lincoln has valets for $20 and the room in cheaper so stay there. That is, unless you're really into hotels that remind you of those in the 40's.

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Reviewed June 2, 2004

My husband and I stayed here during Memorial Day Weekend, and found the hotel to be quite pleasant. This hotel was great for the price and location. It's almost on the corner where Diversey, N. Clark, and Broadway meet. Just up the street from the El Train, and bus stops are a hop, skip, and a jump away. The hotel staff was very nice and always helpful. Also, their continental breakfast was pretty good. They served coffee, juice, donuts, bagels (my husband really liked the bagel slicer), cereal, and milk. Best of all, they have their own parking lot with a reasonable $10/day fee, but get their early in the day 'cause they go fast. This fee was a lot better than paying $20/day at one of the garages. The rooms are small and could use a little more lighting. But who wants to stay in their room all day when you have Chicago to see? Also, watch out for that step in front of the bathroom.

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Reviewed August 28, 2002

I have stayed at this hotel at least twice an year for the last 8 years, last in June 2002. Located in an old converted building the rooms are quaint and. although some of the fixtures are antique, the Hotel is kept very clean by the excellent mostly Polish staff. The rooms vary greatly in size (and correspondingly in price) - the cheapest room, normally in the $ 75-85/day range is very small, but the price is extremely competitive for the area. The Confort Inn has a small parking area in the hotel - a rarity; and you can always unload your car off the street. There are parking charges for the small parking lot in the hotel and for a commercial lot nearby with which they have an agreement. Free continemtal breakfast in the morning is excellent in clean sorroundings. The location is good - a reasonable taxi ride from downtown and within walking distance of the lake, good restaurants and shops. The hotel clientele is generally high level.

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