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Quick check in and valet parking. Staff friendly and helpful. Hotel is older and is in need of some rehab but decent place to stay. Room and bathroom were small but clean. Carpet was stained. Heavy Construction taking place adjacent to hotel. Somewhat noisy inside and outside. Great location with ...
We had a wonderful stay at the South Loop Hotel. The check-in process was quick and friendly, and the room itself was spacious and very clean. The ceilings were very high (since we were on the top floor), and the bathtub/shower was very big and clean. The Business Center was great -- it was air conditioned, ...
Good overall. Staff was great, location worked well. Nice to have fresh water in lobby. Elevators very slow. Carpet on my floor was worn, but they were in the process of replacing it.
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