Ratings based on 529 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.9 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
2.7 Room comfort
2.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Atlanta
What happens when you go in blind!Posted Sep 28, 2014
Pros: Not much to like!
Cons: Better serivce
Location: Chinatown has it's allure but i think they don't care for AfricanAmericans
Arrived there to my suprise no elevators no coffee for coffee maker, told of additional charges if they felt that room was left in mess? just not to friendly suspected a little racial indifference.Won't use this hotel again.
by A verified traveler
Posted Aug 31, 2014
It was an AWFUL hotel!!!!! We were going to eat the cost of that hotel and go to another but unfortunately the hotels that were close were all sold out.
by A verified traveler from Evansville, WI
HorriblePosted Aug 17, 2014
Cons: Everything! Expedia needs to get up to date pictures and information about this hotel.
Location: It was in China Town, it did not say that anywhere. Nothing was near by, it was according to the search on Expedia 1 mile away from Solider Field
It was not in the area that it stated, the picture that was on the Expedia website on the front of the hotel was not correct. The hotel was very very old and dirty. Dirty carpets with stains everywhere. The bed was suppose to be a queen, it was NOT. The bathroom toilet did not work, the shower had hair everywhere along with the toilet. There wasn't even enough room for us to walk around, we had to literally stand in one spot. It was suppose to be the 2nd most popular hotel that was located next to Solider Field. It was neither of those. We ended up not even staying the night, lost our money but that was safer and cleaner than staying there. I will never trust Expedia again and never use the site again.
by A verified traveler from st louis
unlivablePosted Jul 21, 2014
Cons: it is not a hotel, there are 3 rooms
Location: I left.
I was in this hotel long enough to see the room. there is only curb side parking if you would leave your car, or can find a spot. but i refused to stay because it was the worst place I have ever stayed. i stay in 150 hotels a year for work!
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 15, 2014
For the money it's worth it...if you don't mind staying in room the size of a king size bed & a computer monitor for a tv.
by A verified traveler
Too expensive for what you getPosted Jul 8, 2014
I am sorry but for a 100$ hotel it is too small ! Air conditioner was broken. Not bath, only a small shower. The color of the wall was yellow ! Please, do not paint a wall yellow, deco 101. No place to walk in the room. Too small for 2 adults. Better pay 150-200 and get something even closer to downtown.
for Business Travelersby Jeri from Texas
Posted Jun 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
I had no problems, except the two levels of walk up the stairs to get my suitcase in and out of the room was a little bit of a problem. But I love the location re McCormick place, where my meeting was held. Only one hotel is closer, and this one is about a 10 min. bus ride from McCormick Place (bus #21.) Many other hotels - those recommended for the meeting - required a shuttle-bus ride of nearly 30 minutes, given Chicago traffic. Also I love that it is only two blocks from a Red-line light rail station; its only a few minutes ride from downtown via rail.
for Everyoneby Ruby from Dallas, TX
Convenient place to stay when you go visit ChicagoPosted Jun 19, 2014
I traveled with my family to visit Chicago and we just need to find a place to crash after a whole day exploring the Loop. The hotel fits our need. It's in Chinatown- which is not so far away from downtown and really convenient with a subway station nearby. The room was a little bit too small for us. There was no fridge or microwave- however, there's a common kitchen on the 1st floor with all the equipments in case any guests need to use them. Free wifi but rarely works. Feels like there's no one come in to clean our room everyday. Basically our bed was still exactly the same mess as how we left it. And there's no elevator. Beware of that if you have a lot of luggage with you. In the end, we were only looking for a place to stay at night. We know what we've signed up for in the beginning- definitely not something fancy.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
it was good for the pricePosted Jun 19, 2014 on Hotels.com
It's about 20 min from soldier stadium, the room was always well kept, and the staff was always helpful. Cons were the size of the rooms and no fridge but if you're only in the room to sleep and get clean, not a problem.
for Everyoneby Erik from Chino, CA
Posted Jun 18, 2014
Pros: It is in the center of China Town and I enjoy my stay for convinience
Cons: Amenity should improve
Location: It is in the center of China Town and I enjoy my stay
nice price rate for the location in the hub of China Town. It is close to convention center, food and everything else.