It's got a lot of classic charm. It was built in the 1800's and the lobby is impressive. The rooms are on the small side but to be expected for the year built. The room is stocked with things you might need. No refrigerator or microwave. The staff is a ok, not warm but the cleaning staff are nice. ...
The hotel was nice and clean. The staff was great, nice and friendly. They were also very helpful. The room was clean and comfortable. I like the fact you had to use room key on elevator just to get to your room. I liked the location of the hotel.
Great stay recently at the Kimpton Allegro! Staff was nice and friendly, the lobby was really beautiful and amazing fitness center. The main downside was how tiny the room was including the bathroom and you could tell a dog had been in the room, it smelled like strong dog poop. Walls were paper thin, ...
I arrived at night and they gave me an upgrade so I got to stay in a suite with an office area with a big desk, sofa and coffee table, with huge windows and two air conditioner units. Breakfast was nice, there's free wifi, a gym.
Clearly one of the best options to see Chicago on a budget, staff is so friendly and this hotel has everything. Just need to be prepared to pay for parking everywhere including the hotel that goes 60 dls per night. But still a good price by the area. This hotel is located at walking distance of everything, ...
A truly old school place. The lobby is stunning. The location is perfect depending on what you're doing in Chicago. In my case, the room was tiny, but still would have done the job if I didn't have to bring my child at the last minute. I had to get a twin mattress brought to the room, which was still ...
I appreciated the spacious (older but well maintained) rooms. clean. good beds. fridge and coffee maker, desk etc. functional business office with free printer. neighborhood seems fine during daylight hours. night is a greater concern. local italian restaruant 0.4 miles away. not much else around there. stayed there attending a meeting in the area and was a good choice for me.
Nice, newer (2 years old) hotel right by the Chinatown entrance and a very short (20 minute) walk to the McCormick Plaza for conventions. This was my second time staying at this hotel. Seemed to be a safe area. A few restaurants around. The hotel did not offer breakfast, so went next door to the Starbucks. Was there just for one night, and the hotel staff was very helpful. They called taxis for us and let us stash our luggage for the entire next day while at a conference. Highly recommend the Jaslin!
When we went to check-in, we had waited 20 minutes b/c the staff was having conversation and taking pictures with another guest. From there the guy couldn't find my reservation, due to my last name, however he said he had searched first and last. I had to look for my confirmation number, but the Internet reception sucked and it took forever to load. Once I finally got my room key, we went up to to the room, only to find that it was not serviced from the previous guests. When I went back to the front desk and told them, they asked me if I was serious? As if I was trying to get over on them. I had taken pictures and shown them, in which case they gave me a new room and sent me on my way. An apology would have been more appropriate... from there we changed and went out passing by the desk, they ignored us,as we were going to ask for places to eat. On check-out the desk guy asked, what card I wanted to pay with, I told him that I had already pre-paid in which he looked confused and then double checked. He then said ok your good to go and I left. The location was great and the room itself was good. The breakfast was ok, but for $25 you can find much better options, considering that I dont eat pork, I had very few choices. Overall I feel that the customer service is severly lacking and that makes for a very poor experience. I personally would not recommend and would not go back.
Great hotel. Perfect location (less than a mile away from Millennium Park, Magnificent Mile, Navy Pier, etc., awesome breakfast (if your room includes it). Worth the money. Wi-fi was not included with my room but the receptionist gave me complimentary access for the entire stay. Great experience!
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