We stayed 2 nights, could not get a full night sleep either night. The first night, management accused us of breaking into the room and staying without permission, despite having itinerary and key card. The second night The fire alarm went off in all of the hotel rooms. There was no discount or anything ...
Spacious rooms. Hafta pay for breakfast but it's a decent selection. Dinner was quite good but expect to charge a large bill to your room. Staff was extremely inviting. Good spot to pick off the airport.
All was fine, staff was very friendly. Two minor complaints: The night windowshade wouldn't close completely--drawcord was stuck. And I find it outlandish that the hotel should charge $3.00 each for two medium-size bottles of water. Those ought to be free.
Good stay, very good staff. The location is convenient to eateries. The airport shuttle provide excellent and timely service. I would definitely recommend this location and plan to stay there whenever I visit Chicago.
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