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Traditional downtown hotel. Very nice, but very large and busy.
Beautiful lobby, nicely kept rooms, courteous staff
I loved the charming and Art Deco look and feel of being in a hotel from the 1920’s. It was classy, equipped with a Christmas tree the minute you walked in, complementary chocolate milk, hot apple cider and cookies while the pianist played beautiful music. The room was small and dated, which is understandable ...
The staff is wonderful, truly engaged and willing to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
Great property and location. Right across from Millennium Park. Staff friendly and helpful. Definitely recommend. Two suggested areas of improvement: 1) elevator maintenance as one was always down and waited 15 minutes to get to room. 2) no coffee maker in room. Provided upon request but maid service ...
Staff was great, rooms were clean and the most comfy hotel bed I’ve ever slept in.
The location to activities downtown was great. We were able to walk to theaters, shopping and parks.
The hotel staff was very nice. Very close to all of the shopping and great restaurants.
This historic hotel is beautiful with all of it's marble floors and iron staircase. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The location was fantastic for our needs. We were disappointed with the size of the room. The hotel listed 335 sqft but it was much smaller. I suspect the room sizes vary and ...
We always enjoy the Drake. The location, history and the atmosphere, as well as the staff make it worth coming back.
It was a beautiful hotel with great character and charm! The beds were so comfortable. Parking was free but kind far. The restaurant for dinner was fancy and pricey. It wasn’t worth the money... I went the next morning to the same restaurant in the hotel to grab a cup of coffee to go, I had a football ...
It's right on Michigan Avenue, easy access to everything we wanted to do.
Pleasant experience. About a $5 uber drive to downtown. Restaurant connected next door was delicious and had Gluten Free options which is rare in hotels. They have high ratings. I would definitely here again. One thing, put your do not disturb on door so maintenance doesnt knock on your door every ...
Have stayed at this hotel several times over the last 15 years. Excellent staff and very clean. The most import attribute is the location at Oak Park. Great restaurants nearby, public transportation and an overall nice neighborohood away from downtown Chicago.
Perfect location, close to Northwestern's campus, the lakefront park, and downtown Evanston. The hotel rooms are quaint, with old-style furniture and desk along with modern conveniences like an alarm clock with cell phone charger cords built-in. Finally, the Euro-style breakfast was great, complete ...
Very nice and quiet hotel. Easy and quick check-in. Normally stay at the Palmer House but tried Hampton instead this time. It is a quieter hotel with quick elevators (something the Palmer House does NOT have). Definitely will stay there again
Super clean, very modern beautiful hostel, I was very impressed. Only thing that could make it better is to have a bar!
nice frequent check in by hotel staff to see how our stay was going.
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