Value for money
Distance to city center
|Chicago O'Hare Intl|
Distance to airport
|"awesome room and great staff."||(in 74 reviews)|
|"Very nice, clean, friendly staff."||(in 65 reviews)|
|"Great location near Wrigley Field."||(in 22 reviews)|
|"There was no street noise."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"No valet and expensive parking $25/day"||(in 16 reviews)|
|"Old building that felt updated."||(in 5 reviews)|
|great location||in 254 reviews|
|room was clean||in 161 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 142 reviews|
|great hotel||in 96 reviews|
|hotel is beautiful||in 93 reviews|
|train station||in 61 reviews|
|parking is expensive||in 51 reviews|
|lots of restaurants||in 50 reviews|
|wrigley field||in 32 reviews|
|street noise||in 27 reviews|
|chicago||in 26 reviews|
|nicely decorated||in 22 reviews|
|walking distance||in 22 reviews|
|close to public transportation||in 17 reviews|
|red line||in 16 reviews|
|old building||in 13 reviews|
|belmont||in 9 reviews|
|block away||in 7 reviews|
|tub drained||in 6 reviews|
|old world||in 4 reviews|
Location was great
Nice small hotel
The location was super the L is right next to the hotel. It was only blocks from boys town and lots of great places to eat that aren’t crazy expensive, but good. Parking both surface lot and garage are close by and cheaper than downtown.
The rooms were small that is for sure. I didn’t like having the toiletries attached to the wall it made it feel like a motel. It would have been nice to have a vending machine in the hotel but all you have to choose is the mini bar to choose from. The heater/AC is very hard to get comfortable having window unit for one and a wall unit for the other.
It's ridiculous how much you can pay for trash
Just coming in, you get a feeling you made the wrong choice. The lobby is scary, the long halls with carpets from the 1900's that have never been cleaned, the smell, the tiny elevator, and the noise from the train. Know what you're going in for.
Location was convenient. Room size was good.
Staff was not very social or polite. Breakfast was just ok.
Incredibly comfortable room and fabulous location!
Parking was a bit difficult
Good Hotel close to Wrigley Field.
Good Value. Divided room. Comfortable bed. Great location.
noise to cta. small elevator. breakfast was not the best.
24 hour coffee/tea bar was great, plus the location is hard to beat.
Parking is expensive, but parking in cities is always expensive.
The room was clean and nice, if a little aged.
The halls and lobby were overwhelmed with a potpourri/urinal cake smell that was clearly an attempt at masking something even less savory.
Amenities in room were on point. Everything I needed was represented. For a single traveler I found the room cozy overlooking Belmont. Location could not be beat for exploring the g hood, proximity to downtown, and Wrigley Park (next stop on the el). Had lots of questions, staff was accommodating.
2 cleanliness issues with hair, dresser and towels.- long strands. I'm bald, male. Refrigerator, 1st nite, saturated carpet around it. Reported it, nothing done. This is an older building, walls and ceiling are thin. 2nd night above neighbors moved in. Could hear them walking, and if there room was as small as mine, they must have been doing laps like a hamster. The saving grace, the white noise from the squeaky ceiling fan. This is every issue I had for a 3-day stay. The place is worth the rate with the understanding of the product. Perfect for a place to sleep after spending the day and evening exploring the city.
Rooms are clean and very comfortable. Convenient to things in the Lakeview and Wrigley Park area of Chicago. Right next to the Red Line.
The woman who works the front desk was very unfriendly. Not very welcoming at all.
The room is very nice as well as the bathroom all very clean who is in a great location my room actually faced the L and I never heard the train
Staff did not go out of there way to help you. Parking is extremely which is fine.
The service was outstanding; everyone was very friendly & helpful. Loved being right by the EL stop! We could get anywhere in the city without having to worry about traffic.
Parking could have been a real problem. Initially, the garage where they have guests park was full.
Will be back, excellent all round hotel
This hotel is beside the train station (which is excellent), so bring some ear plugs if you are not used of sleeping in an urban area (street noise, etc).
I liked the room it was nicely decorated with plenty of room. I aso like the hotel location close to public transportation.
I did not care for the noise from the el trains and the room was cold
The hotel location is great, right next to the Belmont L stop and very close to shops and places to eat.
Our room did not have a functioning window due to an AC unit. The room stayed very warm even with the heat off. We commented at the front desk, but were just told all we could do was turn the heat down.
staff very friendly
the neighborhood, cozy feel
bad location, services and breakfast need to improve
The staff were extremely helpful in terms of info on the neighbourhood & for tourist attractions information. There was 24 hour tea & coffee. The rooms were large with a lounge area & 2 tv's. Very convenient as only a 2 minute walk from the EL station to hotel.
The was construction work going on on the EL tracks and on about two occasions it was noisy in the evening. (9 night stay in total)
An historic building that has been totally updated in the last few years. One of the better breakfeast selections that I have seen.
The rooms and bathrooms were small. I did not have a suite. The parking garage is about 2 1/2 blocks away which I had to walk to in a pouring rain. The hotel is next to an elevated train station. My room for the night faced the train station which was about 50 feet away from my room window. I had about the worst night sleep ever at a hotel because it seemed like I would wake up every time a train would pass by. A business associate had the room next door and had the same comments.
The expectations that travelers to Chicago have are just as big as the city itself. Hotels must provide the best in amenities, beautiful design, and have a staff that is eager to provide a high caliber of service. Because there are so many options, the competition is fierce. A great hotel has to stand out in all of these areas, and the City Suites Hotel routinely does just that, and it’s why this is one of Chicago’s great hotels.
The City Suites Hotel attracts both leisure and business travelers thanks to its amenities along with a choice location on Chicago’s North Side. This hotel is perfectly located – you can easily take a walk to great sights like the famous Wrigley Field. There’s more to the hotel than just location, though. The large windows give you a view of the city that can’t be matched. The décor of the hotel appears to be a bit old fashioned, but the colors used in the rooms and the lobby give it an unmistakable modern feel. The staff is eager to help with anything you may need – including dry cleaning.
When you stay at the hotel, enjoy the complimentary WiFi. This is a great way to plan each day’s activities. There is a breakfast included, so you can get your day started off with a great meal as well.
Visiting Chicago should be on every traveler’s bucket list. Booking a room at the City Suites Hotel is a great way to make the most out of this essential trip.
based on 523 reviews
Value for money
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City Suites Hotel is located at 933 West Belmont Avenue in Lake View, 4.6 miles from the center of Chicago. Wrigley Field is the closest landmark to City Suites Hotel.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at City Suites Hotel.
Yes, City Suites Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, City Suites Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, City Suites Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
City Suites Hotel is 11.6 miles from Chicago Midway.
No, pets are not allowed at City Suites Hotel.
No, City Suites Hotel does not have a pool onsite.