|"Close to McCormick Convention Center"||(in 28 reviews)|
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|""Dirty, tired and lacking restaurant""||(in 52 reviews)|
|"Some of the front desk employees were disrespectful."||(in 24 reviews)|
|""Carpet torn, bath tub patched.""||(in 20 reviews)|
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|free breakfast||in 182 reviews|
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|restaurant was closed||in 118 reviews|
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|south loop||in 15 reviews|
|hotel was clean||in 13 reviews|
Location was great, staff is friendly
The bathroom fan/vent was on during our entire stay. Even with the door closed, it was still made it difficult to sleep
This was a great value. By far the cheapest hotel I could find in Chicago (that didn’t seem murdery) and it was even better than expected! Spacious, clean rooms and a nice staff were there to greet us when we arrived. This was the perfect place to come back to after a long day!
The location was the only thing close to a downfall. Just not the most scenic surroundings. I LOVED being this close to Chinatown though. Would gladly Stay here again.
Pretty good for a visit
Big soaker tub was a pleasant surprise! Great location and parking.
Other guests were fairly loud but it didn't last long into the night.
Good value but there is nothing within walking distance
It is an inexpensive hotel within walking distance of the Expo Center but you wouldn't want to walk there without protection. Rooms are clean and the beds were comfortable
The area is really ugly and dilapidated. There are no restaurants or shops within walking distance and the small cafe in the Hotel is inadequate for anything other than breakfast. Don't plan on doing much else besides sleeping at this place.
Was clean. Provided what I needed. Decent price for downtown Chicago area.
Clean but No Amenities!!
Rooms nice enough and it passed my bed bug check too!
The restaurant is closed for renovation, the cafe is closed Monday for breakfast. No tea at all in the hotel room or in fact anywhere in the hotel. Staff tried to help, but they were closed or out of everyone I needed.
parking facilities not able to accomadate guest.
the room was nice
the accomadations, the parking the restaurants, the lobby. the staff was not very accomadating, will not be staying here againt
Gets the job done
Rooms were huge. Not one, but two bars attached to the hotel. Staff was quite friendly. Security guard posted in lobby. Complimentary parking offered with room.
Location is not very good. Looks nicer online than it actually is. Not thoroughly clean.
Very noisy. Next to train tracks and must be near
Got the job done without frills
Free parking, huge bathtub, large room.
No breakfast, had a bathroom light not working.
Cold Showers, Not As Close to Convention Center As
We stayed for 5 days while the Nation Art Education Association conference was underway at the McCormick Center. We chose this hotel because it appeared to be a very short cab ride to the convention. The way the roads are (and due to the size of the convention center), it cost the same to get to the convention as it did to go all the way north into downtown. Even though the convention center is only about 1 mile away, we didn't feel safe walking the distance (it is creepily "warehousey" in this area). The worst issue was that every day we were there, we were unable to have a hot shower. The front desk claimed that it was due to the volume of guests showering at the same time, however we tried different times of the day to no avail. If you are looking for an affordable option with easy access to McCormick, I'd suggest looking elsewhere.
Very clean. Staff was very efficient. Room recently remodeled - very nice. Free parking was a nice perk. Located close to McCormick Place where I attended an event.
If traveling to Chicago for business or no-frills leisure, the South Loop Hotel is a conveniently located and sophisticated boutique hotel that offers access to the Bronzeville District, McCormick Place, Chinatown, and all of the city’s downtown excitement.
Basic rooms come with modern room amenities offering brand new plush mattresses, box springs, bedding, draperies, linens, complimentary Wi-Fi, a 32-inch flat-screen television equipped with premium HD and movie channels, ergonomic workstations, mini fridges, seating areas with club chairs, deep soaking tubs, and fluffy towels. The hotel also has a variety of rooms that overlook the beautiful Chicago skyline.
Amenities include first come first serve free guest parking, a 24-hour business center with services, onsite fitness center, meeting events and venues, a private boardroom, beauty salon, and gift shop as well as a package delivery service. Nearby the hotel, guests will find tons of activities and places to explore like Chicago Alder Planetarium, Soldier Field, United Center, Chicago Helicopter Experience, Chicago Shedd Aquarium, and tons of restaurants, bars, and shops downtown.
Dining options at the hotel are limited, but there’s a food boutique open from Tuesday - Sunday for breakfast & lunch. Guests can find an assortment of breakfast starters, including sandwiches, juices, and pastries, or stock up for lunch with a variety of sandwiches.
Whether one wants to see a baseball game at iconic Soldiers Field, dreams of shopping along the Magnificent Mile, wants to explore the halls of the Field Museum, or the water of Lake Michigan, the Chicago South Loop Hotel is just minutes away from some of Chicago's most exciting attractions and activities.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Reserve a Corner Double Queen Room and relax knowing you have the best seat in the house. Boasting large windows along two walls, natural light filters through and creates an airy space. You’ll have two different angles to look out across the city horizon, with two plush queen size beds and a sofa area to unwind. Available for approximately $169 per night, a life of luxury awaits you.
There is no need to worry if you have left your laptop at home, multiple computer stations are located in the business center in case you need to get some work done. Audiovisual equipment can be rented, and ergonomic chairs are provided to ensure healthy postures. Photocopying facilities are offered, while tea and coffee are on hand to keep you going. Mail and packages can be delivered or received, with a concierge fee of approximately $5.
With roughly 2,700 sq ft of function room, the hotel is capable of hosting a broad range of events from intimate business meetings to social galas and conferences. Equipment such as a projection screen, PA system, wireless microphone, teleconference setup, podium and whiteboard can be provided. The banquet area is capable of hosting up to 91 guests, with catering services available. Dedicated event planners will work with you to iron out every detail of the day.
Unfortunately, the on-site buffet is not open for dinner, however a number of fantastic restaurants are within walking distance of the hotel. Ricobone’s is a traditional pizza bar a few blocks down on West 26th Street, with Carbon Live Fire Mexican Grill right next door. South Wentworth Avenue is located around the corner and offers a variety of cuisines including BBQ, Thai and Chinese.
Calling an Uber is a popular option with many travelers, as the drive from Chicago O’Hare International Airport takes around 40m. A standard fare to the hotel will cost approximately $45. The most convenient place to meet your driver is on the Departures Level if you are arriving on a domestic flight, while the Arrivals Level is better if you at the International Terminal.
Committed to creating a welcoming environment to all guests, the building is outfitted with braille throughout. Toilets are available with grab rails, while the reception space and guestrooms are wheelchair accessible.
Down in the hotel lobby you can pick up a copy of the newspaper so that you can keep up to date with the news from across the world. A dedicated sports bar is located on-site, meaning you won’t have to miss watching your favorite team play. The hotel is home to a wide variety of staff, with many speaking Spanish and Chinese as well. (Prices checked 12/06/19).
Chicago South Loop Hotel is located at 11 West 26th Street in Douglas, 3.4 km from the center of Chicago. Field Museum is the closest landmark to Chicago South Loop Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Chicago South Loop Hotel.
Yes, Chicago South Loop Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Chicago South Loop Hotel offers free parking.
No, Chicago South Loop Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Chicago South Loop Hotel is 11.8 km from Chicago Midway.
No, Chicago South Loop Hotel does not have a pool onsite.