|Distance to city center||0.3 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Chicago O'Hare Intl|
|Distance to airport||15.7 mi|
|blue line||in 12 reviews|
|chilled water||in 226 reviews|
|coffee machine||in 59 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 433 reviews|
|good value||in 18 reviews|
|great location||in 696 reviews|
|happy hour||in 39 reviews|
|millennium park||in 36 reviews|
|mini fridge||in 45 reviews|
|parking is expensive||in 57 reviews|
|right downtown||in 38 reviews|
|small room||in 551 reviews|
|train station||in 40 reviews|
|twin beds||in 25 reviews|
|wine and cheese||in 40 reviews|
The outside view from the room
There should be a refrigerator in the room, maybe rooms n bathroom should be bigger n provide drinking water as part of service
Clean rooms, great location, and caring staff. Will definitely return!
Great location, gym and also includes free laundry facilities!!
Great value and close to everything in Chicago
Comfortable and clean rooms Great service Close to everything Easy to get from Airpot as the Blue line is just a block away.
Wish my room had a small refrigerator.
Odd rooms with no natural light & VERY dry air
I enjoyed the location of the hotel and the friendliness of the front desk check in staff. I did not check out the amenities. A nice perk was the chilled water bottle filling stations with complimentary water bottles available.
The rooms are incredibly dry! My face, hands, mouth and most of my skin felt coarse and extremely dry all evening and night in the hotel. Upon asking for a humidifier around midnight, I was told that maintenance/the front desk would check in with me after they looked for one. However, after 40+ minutes with no response AFTER I called back again, I went to bed. I was disappointed in both their communication and state of the room. Furthermore, there was the tiniest window with a speck of natural light let in. I understand city hotel room have limited views but I have never been in a room so dark with such a small window. I will not be returning to The Central Loop Hotel for these reasons.
Better hotels available for the money
Location is great.
$400 for a tiny bed and room with no fridge or microwave is a complete rip off. I will never be staying here again no matter how busy the city is or how expensive another place is.
The hotels staff was incredibly nice. The hotel itself was extremely clean. The location was perfect. It was close to everything touristic
I liked how friendly the staff are.
I did not like how dusty the room was ( around the bed).
Don't bring your car
Nice clean rooms
Parking was terrible
Small rooms and horrible valet
Rooms were clean
$53 for valet and they brought down the wrong car 2 out of 3 times. Both times I waited for more than an hour when the entire purpose of the valet is to save time. Half of the staff was excellent and the other half was rued.
Great all around
Free bottles of water!! Very clean. The whole process was flawless!
No breakfast options... Even fruit would have been a nice touch
The Central Loop Hotel is a bland property located on the corner of West Adams and Clark Street, in the heart of Chicago’s business district and four blocks from the famous Grant Park. This hotel itself isn’t glamourous, but its affordable rates make it a rarity in this tourist-centric location. The Central Loop Hotel is situated in an unbeatable location close to hundreds of dining and shopping options and blocks entertainment at the Theater District. Most of the popular tourist attractions, like Willis Tower, Millennium Park, Symphony Center, and the world-class Art Institute of Chicago, are within easy walking distance. Guests wanting to travel longer distances have five subway lines and the Metra that run within four blocks of the hotel. Midway International Airport and O’Hare International Airport are 20-to-35-minute drives. Accommodations are generic but modern and they come with amenities such as free Internet access, iPod docks, and coffeemakers with free coffee. Some rooms feature extra sleeping and kitchenettes. There are solid freebies offered to guests such as Wi-Fi-, a business center, fitness room, water, coffee, and tea. Guests also receive discounted tickets for Windella River Cruises and Willis Skydeck Tower. The hotel’s restaurant, Elephant and Castle is known for its excellent selection of beer, 24-hour room service, and is and it’s a favorite spot for businessmen for after work drinks. The ambiance is casual and has the spirit of a British pub, serving American and British classics. Affordable rate, a lively on-site gastropub, convenient location, and nice freebies make The Central Loop Hotel a hot spot for tourists and business travelers. Plus, the electronic check-in and concierge services give guests the freedom to make their own schedule.
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|Chicago Midway||8.7 mi|
|Chicago O'Hare Intl||15.7 mi|
|Summit, Illinois||10.9 mi|