|General||24 hour front desk, ATM on-site, Air-conditioned, Gay friendly, Non-smoking rooms available, Parking, Restaurant, Storage available|
|Internet||Internet, WiFi (free)||Landmarks||
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Good, 328 reviews across the web
|Room Cleanliness||78% said |
|Service||89% found the |
|Hotel Cleanliness||73% thought |
|Value for money|
|Bathroom||For only 52%, the |
|Breakfast||68% found the |
|Noise level||64% thought it was |
|Entrance Area||For 87%, the |
|Old/New Facilities||80% thought the |
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The nice people and clean situation and free breakfast!
No!It's the best hotel for young visitors with good location and neat room! Next time I will choose it again!
The receptionist was helpful. The breakfast (hard boiled eggs, toast, jam, bananas, juice, cereal, coffee, tea) was adequate.
The 2 blinds in the room were too short for the windows. A lot of light coming in at the bottom of the windows. The shower curtains in the ladies' bathroom were moldy. The water over the sinks never got warm/hot.
For a hostel, this was pretty nice. I had a private room for two people, and it was very nice, clean, and comfortable. The staff was overall helpful and nice. The complimentary breakfast was pretty good.
There could have been more common space, and the hostel was cute but didn't have that much character I thought.If you would like to stay at an inexpensive place and don't mind hostels, I recommend this hostel. It is in Greektown, which is west of West Loop and the Loop (downtown), and it is only a couple blocks from the nearest subway station (blue line), which is the line that also goes out to O'Hare. It is also a doable walking distance to the Loop. Honestly though, if you don't need to be walking distance to downtown, I would recommend staying at Days Inn on Diversey in Chicago instead. Days Inn is only slightly more expensive for your own nice hotel room and complimentary breakfast as well.
Nothing really. No tv in the rooms and the rooms are small. My view of of my window was another window and a brick wall. Not the desired view on your first trip to Chicago
I really liked that it was very close to downtown Chicago and was reasonably priced. Also, the person at the front desk when I got there was very helpful with giving me bus directions and orienting me with the city.I had prepared my mind for the worst after reading the reviews. However, it wasn't so bad. In fact, it was perfect for my purposes. I was only there for a night to go to the embassy the next morning, and it was very close to supermarkets and major bus lines so it was great. Also, you have the option of leaving your luggage at the hotel if you have to check but don't want to carry your bags with you right then. They also had no problem with me hanging around in the common area until it was time for my bus. One of the bathroom stalls on the 3rd floor was a little small, but other than that it was ok. The bathrooms are shared and you have to rent towels (thankfully I had brought my own). Also, there are no stairs, which was a bummer since I was on the 3rd fl...