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Holiday Inn Mt. Prospect Chicago

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Staff very attentive, clean and quiet. We really enjoyed it stay here. Most of what we did was in the city so it's a good 30 to 40 minutes drive and some tolls but worth it for the area of Mt. Prospect Which felt like any nice suburban Town.

This was paid stay. Reason I chose the location as it was close to were I was working, plus the Hotel Chain was offering a points promotion. Typical Holiday Inn experience, Bar Louie connected to the hotel if drinking at bars is your thing. Standard room with a view of the back side of Home Depot; the hotel offers no attractive views. Room was quiet, bed was a bit stiff, but I liked that it was high considering I am over 6' tall. Plenty of good fast casual restaurants nearby; I recommend Chic-Fil-A, Panera Bread, Chipotle and the Outback Steakhouse. Hotel was sold out when i stayed, so parking lot was almost full. A nice person driving a straight truck was kind enough to park perpendicular to the parking lines and took up 6 parking spots.Internet had decent speeds. Bring disinfectant wipes and cleanse all handles, controllers or other surfaces that you plan on touching with bare hands or skin.

We checked in July 8, 2017, i have read some reviews that says this hotel was recently have gone through some renovations, the building itself is very old, lobby design was not good, hallways and carpeting was old. Smells musty. The room was ok, we were on room 321. After attending a party, we got back from our room at 11:00 pm. When were just about ready for bed, just starting to doze off at 11:30 pm, we heard a very loud noise from a group of people from the hallway, talking, yelling, laughing, screaming and slamming doors. I called the front desk, staff said that she will go up and check up the commotions, 10 mins. After my first call, the commotions started again, I called the 2nd time. Again, I called the front desk people, nothing happened, the people across from our room were partying all night long in their room, very inconsiderate nasty people.! I called the front desk about 4-5 x,the whole night, but they couldn't do anything about it, we then asked to be moved to a different room, so at 3:00-3:30 in the morning had to pack our stuff and move..terrible! After eating breakfast my hubby just about had it and talk to the mngr. we found out that the group of Indian people ( from India) were related to the owner, and they were partying for a wedding for a week! That is why they couldn't kick them out that night, that's even made my husband angrier, isn't there a policy from Holiday Inn/IHG company for this type of incident? What a shame on the owner whos ruining the brand of the hotel. We are an IHG loyal costumer, we are a paying costumer paid to have a restful sleep at night! We thought we're in a public market the whole night, hearing loud noise, screaming, yelling and all kinds of commotions! I hope that this review will get an attention of the highest level on the corporate office of Holiday Inn Company and investigate the situation and not let a bad one owner of your Holiday inn Mount Prospect, IL. ruin the brand of IHG or your Hotels.

I am going to be blunt. Do not waste your time staying here. Way too many issues during our five night stay. We arrived on Saturday June 10th. When we checked in I asked if the shuttle could take us to ORD so that we could catch the train from there to go downtown. She told me they shuttle driver could take us to the Metra station only. We signed up for the next shuttle and that is where is problem began. I asked our shuttle driver when he dropped us off what time we needed to be back so that we could be picked up at the station. He said just call the hotel and someone would pick us up. So, I asked again about the time and he never told me the shuttle stops picking up guests at midnight despite my repeated attempts at getting a straight answer from him. So we go downtown and return back to the Metra station. I called the hotel at 0020 and I was told the shuttle stops running at 11 and no one could pick us up. I was livid. I explain to the man on the phone that the driver never gave me a straight answer regarding pick up times. He just kept saying " call the hotel. someone will pick you up," The evening desk clerk made absolutely no effort to help us and told me on the phone that it was my problem, not the hotel's. He made no effort to at least call a cab or uber. It just wasn't his problem. By this time I finished talking to him on the phone, my phone died and no longer had a way to get help. I understand that my phone dying was no ones fault but we were going by what the driver told is which was call the hotel and someone will come get you. By this time, it was almost 0100 and we were essentially stranded. We were very luck that the station was about a block away from a bar. The manager of the bar went way above and beyond to help us. He called for a taxi but it never arrived. He finally called uber for us and he even paid for it.By the time we got back to our hotel in was 0230. This entire situation could have been avoided if the driver had given us a straight answer from the onset regarding the shuttle times. It was misinformation from the start. Another business should not have to take care of your guests. I found out about the midnight cut off the next day when the supervisor told me. The next morning, I spoke a supervisor and he did apologize and he stated he would relay the info to his manager. He also said he would speak to the driver. He compensated by giving us a breakfast voucher for one day only and a 25 credit in the restaurant. But I felt it should have been more. I was traveling alone with a child and I don't want to think what could have happened if the bar owner had not helped us. We were lucky that Mt Prospect is a very safe community and there were others out in the streets at the same time we were. Just based on this incident alone, I would never stay here again. Poor training on management's part and this needs to be addressed immediately so that it does not happen again to another guest. Pros; restaurant food was very good for a hotel and the staff was very efficient. The morning waitress (an older woman) was very attentive and brought my son extra fruit and bacon at no charge. The beds are very comfortable and we slept well There is fridge and microwave in each room. The shower worked well. Cons; the wifi in our room was extremely poor and would not connect. And if it did, it would drop the connection. Room was on the small side as was the bathroom Comforter one on the bed stain that were very obvious. Trash was not emptied every day and we never received a full set of replacement towels every day. There is very little counter space in the bathroom. Toilet would not flush sometimes. We did not receive service at all one day and when I asked why, I was told our Do not Disturb sign was out and it wasn't because we do not use it. One morning when we were leaving, housekeeping had the carts in the hallway and we could not even go around it. I politely said excuse me and in spanish she responded that she was trying to work. I guess she thought I did not understand Spanish which I do so I told her I did not appreciate her attitude when we were trying to be polite. Staff does not seem to like their jobs. When you pass an employee, no one greets you or even says hello. The Metra was not the best choice. It takes almost an hour to get to the Loop area and only arrives at Ogilvie station. From there you have to take a bus or find a train station to get around because it simply to far to walk from attraction to attraction. We did have car but did not want to drive in Chicago traffic or pay the outrageous parking fees. The second day, we drove our car to the Rosemont CTA staton, paid the daily parking fee and took the train into town. The station was about 15 min from the hotel and there is plenty of parking at the Rosemont staton. Do yourself a favor and get around on your own. In all my years of traveling and I used to be flight attendant, I have never had a hotel leave me stranded or refused to provide alternate transportation. Nothing exciting about the hotel or immediate area. There are restaurants within a 5-10 min drive and there is Walmart about 5 min away. Next time, I will gladly pay more to have a hotel in the Loop area. I will not stay here again.

This is a standard Holiday Inn hotel with all the average rooms and amenities you'd expect from a regular Holiday Inn. What makes this hotel great, and why I would stay here any time I'm in Mount Prospect, is because the hotel has a Bar Louie! The restaurant is so fantastic. Absolutely delicious food, great service, and sports playing on every TV. They give you one free kids meal with the purchase of an adult meal. I absolutely loved the restaurant and miss it still! It's a real find in a town that's generally kind of sleepy. Would stay here again just for that restaurant.

I have stayed in this hotel during its various owners throughout the years. While the hotel is better than it was a few years ago, it is nothing special. My room was not serviced and restocked one of the nights during my stay. I can do without bed service, but restocking coffee is a must. Being the flagship hotel, Holiday Inn you would expect more. A Holiday Inn Express offers nicer rooms, better beds and free breakfast. If the location is important, this room is clean and comfortable.

I booked this hotel because my friend and I were flying to Europe out of O'Hare and the hotel has a sleep-park-fly option. I'm glad I did. I'm only sad that we didn't have more time to enjoy the amenities. The staff was great and at all times very friendly. We got in from Indianapolis at about 10:30 pm CST and the check in procedure was very quick (including the form you fill out for the park-sleep-fly***make sure you have your plate number***). Checkout was also very easy the next day (I already had the final bill under my door). The shuttle drivers were wonderful, and on the return shuttle, Jose, drove us right to our car in the parking lot at the Holiday Inn and helped load our luggage into the car (much appreciated after a 9 hour flight!). We also had breakfast at Bar Louie on the morning of the 11th and the waitress was friendly and accommodating. Speaking of breakfast, it was fantastic (I really expected some high hotel priced food), but it was very reasonably priced (~$10) and delicious with a good size portion. The menu is a bit limited, and we each wanted a pancake side kick (a side kick is like extra bacon etc and may or may not be included in your meal) but the menu didn't list that as an option, so we asked if that was a possibility and it was! (Hint to the hotel...consider adding a pancake side kick option). The shuttle rides were a good experience (no crazy drivers) and free (though we did tip our drivers). The ride was about 15-20 minutes. Other reviews had said that they had to call the hotel for the shuttle from Terminal 5 (where the international flights come in), but our shuttle was there and waiting for us (thank you Jose!) without us needing to call. The beds were very comfortable, the room spacious, and the shower pressure much better than what I have at home. We had a good night's rest. Our room did have a view of a wall where the air conditioning units are, but that didn't bother us. TV and internet worked very well. The area seems like a nice area and I felt comfortable leaving my car there for 9 days. Also there's a lot of other eating options around the hotel. As for the rate...for one person it might be a little on the expensive side, but we split it between two people and it was very reasonable for what we got (~$85 pp which included the parking days we had to pay for). I also liked the parking price ($5/day after the free days - much better than the airport economy rate).

I stayed for one night on an ex-ORD trip. Though not far from ORD, it is an unappealing building in an unappealing location. Staff were fine, but the 'elite upgrade' that they claimed to have given me and to which my status entitled me turned out to be a very ordinary, small room with a view of the rooftop A/C units. While functional, the room was old and unimpressive, with a small, old bathroom. Breakfast at the attached restaurant, however, was very good. I would only recommend this hotel for a cheap overnight near ORD. Don't expect much.

I had a business meeting in the area and stated this holiday inn. The service was courteous friendly and very accommodating. It was conveniently located yet private. The restaurant was excellent and the breakfast that they offered in the morning was fabulous. Their chef was wonderful could not find a better breakfast anywhere in town. I would definitely stay here again upon returning to the area.

Average holiday inn hotel. Surprised that no reception was available upon check in. Had to wait few minutes. The room is good, so is the bed. The location is excellent next to many restaurants and shopping.

200 E Rand Road Mount Prospect IL

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Free airport shuttle

Located in North Suburbs within a short walk of Randhurst Village, Holiday Inn Mt. Prospect Chicago is within 2 miles (3 km) of Prospect Heights City Hall. This 3-star hotel has 136 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. Isaak Walton Park and Rob Roy Golf Course are also near this Mount Prospect hotel.


Dining

Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Cooked-to-order breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All 136 air-conditioned accommodations feature separate bedrooms. LED TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport pillow menus. Microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers are also standard.


Property features

Guests of Holiday Inn Mt. Prospect Chicago have access to an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a free airport shuttle (available on request). A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a meeting room, a 24-hour business center, and a computer station.

Room options

Executive Room, 2 Queen Beds, Non Smoking

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Executive Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Standard Room

King 1 | Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, 2 Queen Beds, Non Smoking

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

87% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 113 reviews