Located adjacent to the property, we serve our world famous Deuces Wild hot breakfast!
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I know, it seems kinda odd, but there's this little motel on Ohio Street in the North Loop. From the outside it seemed like a 1960's motel, but inside the room was nice and the bed was great and the price was really good. I'd stay again.
I stayed in the Ohio House back in March and it was a true bargain. So it's not the most comfortable hotle/motel out there, but really, you're in Chicago, you just need a clean place to crash with hot water right smack in the middle of everything.
Free parking was a deal closer.
It was a business trip & I wanted to be close to the merchandise mart but not pay too much. This hotel fit the bill. Inexpensive, yet clean. No frills, but location was great for me. It is also right next to the 2 story McDonalds & Portabellas, a
good inexpensive place to eat. Also a drug store on the other side of McDonalds in case you forgot anyhing.
Free parking is great, but I always make sure I get there eary enough to make sure I get a spot, usually not a problem, but in peak season it is first come first serve.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Just down the street is the Red head piano bar if you want to go out & still be able to walk back to the hotel.
What passes for budget in downtown Chicago! But it was very clean, a bit bleachy smelling. Large room, comfortable bed, desk, chair. A block from a decent blues club, plenty of restaurants. Thin walls.