|Distance to city center||4.0 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Chicago O'Hare Intl|
|Distance to airport||13.8 mi|
|air conditioner||in 34 reviews|
|coffee and donuts||in 19 reviews|
|control heat||in 8 reviews|
|free breakfast||in 72 reviews|
|great location||in 172 reviews|
|location and staff||in 144 reviews|
|lower the rates||in 3 reviews|
|old hotel||in 13 reviews|
|parking fee||in 45 reviews|
|small room||in 146 reviews|
|wall paper was falling||in 4 reviews|
|water pressure||in 35 reviews|
|wrigley field||in 27 reviews|
Best bang for your buck.
Close to where i needed to be. It was cozy
Lack of parking but there was street parking as well and parking in a structrue for $25.
My wife and I stayed two nights, and when we got back we had bites all over us. Called the hotel twice and they kept saying they'd get back to us and never did. Now I'm praying we haven't brought the bedbugs back to our apartment. Do not stay here!!!
Mediocre but one of the few options for Northside
The bed was very comfortable; sheets and towels were clean. Coffee maker worked; room includes a flat screen TV, which I did not confirm was working, but it was there. This is NOT a "first tier" property, and I'm certain they know that. However, if you need a hotel near a meeting in this area, there are few options; this was the best I could find.
Building is very old, but well-maintained. Room was extremely small - barely enough room to move around the bed (I thought I was in an old-fashioned 3rd tier NYC hotel in the 1970s). Bathroom was ancient; water pressure was virtually just a "dribble" from the spigot in the tub; no hair dryer was provided. An average Hampton Inn is luxurious by comparison.
Our stay was great rooms very clean location super easy check-in friendly staff. E- mail confirmations were great. Will definetly come again.
lied about free parking
Rude clerk Told me online booking company's lied about parking and amenities
comfortable and convenient
Family friendly hotel that's close to everything. Staff were really helpful and friendly.
Mattress was comfortable
Elevator was not good.
The Inn at Lincoln Park in Chicago is a good option for travelers who want to be a location that will make it easy for them to reach many of the places that they want or need to visit in the Windy City. It should not take them long to reach most destinations. The property has an array of rooms, and it is a 1920s-era hotel that has English, Spanish, and Russian spoken on-site. This is also a pet-friendly and family-friendly property. Guests can choose from standard, double, and economy rooms when they stay at the Inn at Lincoln Park. The property’s rooms have a range of modern amenities and conveniences that help to make it a good choice to stay at. Some of the amenities in the rooms include wireless Internet access, cable TV with premium channels, phones with voicemail, private bathrooms, air conditioning, coffee and tea making facilities, and daily housekeeping. An iron and ironing board, refrigerator, and hairdryer are available on request. The property has plenty of on-site facilities and services for the guests, as well. Guests can enjoy free breakfast, as well as coffee and tea in the common areas. There is a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage available. Parking is available for a surcharge. The hotel is right in the Lincoln Park area, and a short distance to places like the zoo, Lincoln Park Conservatory, Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, and Lake Shore Drive. The property is close to places to dine, as well, including Half Shell, Yolk Lakeview, and Duffy’s Tavern and Grille.
Based on 1,115 reviews
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|Chicago Midway||11.4 mi|
|Chicago O'Hare Intl||13.8 mi|
|Summit, Illinois||12.8 mi|