|Distance to city center||0.5 mi|
|bed was very comfortable||in 83 reviews|
|downtown chicago||in 48 reviews|
|free breakfast||in 344 reviews|
|great location||in 201 reviews|
|king suite||in 18 reviews|
|love this hotel||in 125 reviews|
|millennium park||in 7 reviews|
|parking is very expensive||in 63 reviews|
|residence inn||in 9 reviews|
|room size||in 183 reviews|
|room was clean||in 40 reviews|
|staff was very friendly||in 291 reviews|
Very Rude Front Desk
The doormen who helped navigate the rideshare arrivals
The front desk staff acted like they worked at The Peninsula, not good ole' Residence Inn Marriott. The shower design in the room was just awful - showers were cold, and water was everywhere. The hotel was very loud.
Nicely renovated hotel in great area of Loop
The rooms all had kitchenettes and large bathrooms. Desk staff very attentive and polite. Great breakfast!
Parking expensive - used Spot Hero instead
Great new hotel
Cleanliness of bathroom.
Residence Inn by Marriott Chicago Downtown Loop is located right in the heart of The Windy City. Situated on LaSalle Street, this hotel is the perfect home base for vacationers and business travelers alike who want to spend some time in one of America's largest cities. There are four different room styles in the hotel for guests to choose from. The three main floorplans are the Studio, Executive, and Superior, each of which has slightly more footage than the last. The final syle is the Suite, of which Residence Inn offers three different variations. Suites come in one, two, and three bedroom floorplans with three bathrooms to go with them. There are a couple of different dining options for those staying at Residence Inn. A complimentary continental breakfast is served every morning and the Sundry convenience store offers quick grab-and-go items. The main attraction, though, is Roanoke Restaurant. This dine-in restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and offers contemporary American fare. Some of the house specialties include miso sesame chicken wings, hearth-baked meatballs, herb-crusted pork chops and Ora king salmon with kohlrabi-apple slaw and salsa verde. Most of the people who come to stay at Residence Inn do so because they want to see all of the amazing sites Chicago has to offer. Near the hotel, people can see some of the cities iconic attractions like Willis Tower, Cloud's Gate of Millenium Park, Navy Pier, The Shedd Aquarium, The Field Museum and Chicago's retail mecca, The Miracle Mile.
Based on 706 reviews
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