Hotels Near Golden Fish In Chicago
1.79km from Golden FishWith a stay at Villa Dubois Guest House in Chicago (Bronzeville), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Guaranteed Rate Field and McCormick Place. This guesthouse is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from State Street and 3.1 mi (5.1 km) from University of Chicago.Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area.Featured amenities include luggage storage, coffee/tea in a common area, and microwave in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 6 air-conditioned rooms featuring microwaves. Prepare your meals in the shared/communal kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms feature showers with rainfall showerheads and hair dryers.
Very Good18 Reviews
1.89km from Golden FishAt the lakeside, but you have to go through the overpass on the south side, you can see the night view of the city at night, but the return journey must return to the original road. We want to go around the loop and the result of the navigation is going through the very dark park, which looks inside. Very unsafe. There are some high-rise apartments around, it doesn't feel like a black area, but it's a trouble to go black in the middle of the night.
Very Good10 Reviews
1.9km from Golden Fish
2.01km from Golden FishBeautiful hotel, engaging artwork all over. The room furnishings were tasteful and comfortable. Obviously traveling during pandemic times is difficult and they made it a great experience. We rented the Dorchester Suite, in order to have enough room to visit and eat with our college student at U Chicago in a distanced and safe way. The room was beyond our expectations, roomy, comfortable, incredible 2 wall view of the lake as well as the skyscrapers downtown. Food from the restaurant was excellent, as was the coffee (take out only, as we did not want to eat in a restaurant setting). Many good restaurants within a few blocks, can walk to U Chicago campus. Also down the block from CVS and Target so shopping for last minute needs very convenient. Definitely coming back.
2.05km from Golden FishHyatt Place Chicago-South/University Medical Center is located within 5 minutes’ drive of the University of Chicago campus N and 11 km south of the Loop. Not only serving a daily hot breakfast, but also Free Wi-Fi access is available in guest rooms.A 42-inch flat-screen cable TV and a sofa bed are provided in every room at Hyatt Place Chicago-South/University Medical Center. Complete with a refrigerator, the dining area also has a coffee machine. Private bathrooms also come with a hairdryer. An indoor pool and a fitness centre are available at University Medical Center/Chicago South Hyatt Place. Along with a 24-hour front desk, meeting facilities, luggage storage and dry cleaning are on site.The Guest Kitchen is on site and offers soups, sandwiches, and other snacks 24 hours a day. The Bakery Café features a full bar with dessert treats and Starbucks coffee.The hotel is 10.9 km from Magnificent Mile, 6.1 km from McCormick Place and 10.3 km from Navy Pier. O'Hare Airport is 33 km away. The property offers parking at an extra cost.
2.09km from Golden FishLess than 2 miles away from McCormick Place, this guest house is located just 4 blocks away from the 35th Street train stop in Chicago, offering easy access to several of the city’s top tourist attractions. Linens and towels are provided in every air-conditioned room at McCormick Place Guest House. Access to a shared bathroom is included. There is free street parking adjacent to the property. Millennium Park and Navy Pier are both a 15-minute drive away from McCormick Place Guest House. The Shedd Aquarium is 4 miles away.
Very Good29 Reviews
3.97km from Golden FishThe room is large, one bed in the twin room is double bed size.
Heating and air-conditioning will make people noisy, and they will wake up in the middle of the night. It can only be turned on for a while and then turned off before going to bed.
The smoke alarm rang in the middle of the night. It turned out to be dead. Come at three o'clock in the middle to change the battery.
The card was once degaussed, and I changed it. When I walked to the front desk, I didn't notice any customers (someone was lying on the front desk, didn't talk, and thought it was a staff member). rude". As a hotel, did you feel hostile?
The heating system is so loud that will wake you in midnight.
The fire alarm may ring in midnight just because it runs out of battery.
The waiter in the counter called me rude when I failed to notice he was working.
As a hotel, I found No hospitality, only some trivial hostility.
4.43km from Golden Fish#前服务#may be the reason for the simplification of the guest name in the Ctrip agent forwarding order. There is a room that can't be refunded. The front desk can't do the house card. I can't see the Ctrip order for the female clerk. Finally, at home time. At 4 o'clock in the morning, Ctrip customer service, customer service promptly contacted and delayed more than one hour to get another room card. In the process, the young female front desk was arrogant and cold, refused to accept Ctrip's check-in voucher record, and only recognized her computer display content. The attitude is very uncomfortable. #室布局# Yes, the corner room has a good view Hotel is a good hotel
4.56km from Golden FishOpened in 2021, the SpringHill Suites by Marriott Chicago Chinatown is a great accommodation choice in Chicago. Traveling to the hotel is easy with LaSalle Street Station located approximately 3km away and Midway International Airport roughly 14km away. Transportation around the city is also convenient, with Cermak–Chinatown Metro Station within walking distance. Famous local attractions Chess Records, Prairie Avenue Historic District and Chinese-American Museum of Chicago, can all be reached with a short walk. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings.
4.58km from Golden FishIt is close to the lake, and you can walk to the planetarium and aquarium to watch the sunrise in half an hour. The hotel itself is of course very nice, the rooms are very spacious and the price / performance ratio is still very high.
Very Good5 Reviews
4.58km from Golden FishThe hotel is Fairly new and the rooms are clean and modern. Lots of places to plug things in. It is connected to the convention hall by an enclosed heated overhead bridge. It takes less than five minutes to walk directly into the West Hall. There are now dining options in McCormick place area. IL Cuiaccino is a good Italian option less than a block away. Pizano Pizza is next-door to that. Excellent deep dish and thin crust options. Fat pour is next to hotel and serves up very good pub food. There are other options as well. If you don’t want to spend 20 bucks at the hotel for breakfast there are options. The Subway Restaurant across the street is open for breakfast. My favorite was the McCormick market. A little bodega a block to the left of hotel. It’s a General store that has beer, wine and liquor. Go to the back and there’s a small grill. They serve a made to order oversize breakfast sandwiches They are served up on your choice of bagel; English muffin or croissant. They have good coffee too. The sandwiches will set you back only five bucks and they are huge. Go left out the door of hotel and walk to the light. Cross the street and it’s on your right. You can see this place from the hotel This hotel was perfect for my convention stay
4.59km from Golden FishMy husband and I both have held positions within the hospitalilty industry, him being an executive with Hilton at one point and I’m so surprised at the lack of customer service training!! We traveled 12 hours by car to visit family in Chicago, I called the hotel before midnight just to remind them of the notes on my account that we would arrive around 2am. The young lady who answered didn’t seem to care. She said “ok” as If to say well why are you telling me. We arrive at the hotel around 2am and unfortunately the ability to check in from my phone wasn’t available since it was after midnight. The front door is only Accessible with a rook key which we didn’t have because we are here to check in. We spent 15 mins outside knocking on the door and calling the hotel to locate a front desk agent! Eventually I saw a gentleman appear and we knocked on the lobby window and he let us in. While my husband unpacked the truck I wanted to get us checked in especially because we have a cranky restless 2 year old. I asked the gentleman could he check us in and he informed me that it wasn’t him that does check ins and the front Desk agent ran upstairs real quick. I said ok and expected someone to be down soon. My husband unpacked the truck and still no one to check us in. The guy kept calling someone on a walkie talkie and stated he didn’t know where she was. My husband asked if she was upstairs sleep or something and he said he didn’t know. After 25 mins the young lady name Kayla came from a side door with no hello, no I apologize for the wait or anything! With an attitude she said “you got a reservation?” Ummmmm yes!!! Because why else would I be standing here at 2am! I handed her my ID and credit card and I could barely hear anything she was saying through her mask and the plexiglass. She handed me keys and walked away. This was the start of poor customer service for three days! The next morning my husband went down to grab my daughter and I some juice and the front desk agent didn’t even speak and say good morning. When he walked past the desk again he said loudly “good morning!” Which forced her to speak. When I worked at Hilton the standard was to greet all guest! They could care less about us and it showed with us and other guest as we observed. There was one gentleman who I wish I grabbed his name, he spoke every time and even asked about our daughter. On night two an employee was standing outside and saw my husband had a lot Of bags and I’m carrying the baby looking for The room key in my purse. He said “y’all got a room?” We said yes and he acted like he was going to help open the door but then didn’t. As a corporate sales and customer services trainer myself, I was very disappointed and wish we booked at another hotel. My husband said something to the front desk agent upon check out regarding our experience and told her you never know who is staying in the hotel and you all treat guest poorly but never did she say thank you for staying with us, have a
Hotels Near Golden Fish In Chicago Review
1. Marriott members can use Wifi for free. This is no problem, but the front desk should invite customers to become members. It is not for us to call in the room. 2. Bellboy did not mainly provide help with moving luggage. 3. Every day the cleaning staff knocks on the door and then enters the room. The root door has no time to react and she comes in. Security and addiction are extremely poor. 4. There is no kettle in the room. In the -12 degree weather, you need to call the guest service to have hot water to provide warmth. 5. The room is large and tidy, because it is too close to the opposite building, so there is no landscape. The whole experience is not to live in the JW series, but a 3 star hotel.
Business trip, the hotel is 20 minutes walk away from the meeting place, very convenient, the hotel is fairly clean, hot water is provided. The hotel is close to Chinatown and there are supermarkets and small Chinese restaurants nearby. The consumption is not high. Close to the subway station, a few minutes. The only drawback is that it looks like the countryside, a few kilometers from the city center, but it's a thousand miles apart.
Breakfast is quite good Waffles sausages, the room is very clean, but it may be because the water pressure in the bath is very low on the 5th floor. Because it was 11 o'clock in the evening to check out, asked the front desk to postpone an hour of check-out, the service is good.
Breakfast is simple and can be full. Convenient transportation, very close to the subway.
This room can see the Ferris wheel, maybe I will set the lake view room, she also helped us upgrade the super large window to see the Ferris wheel, the front desk staff is very nice, if you go to Chicago to play the hotel you must live, live a lot After a while, W Hotel is still of good quality!
This hotel is a fine property - but it is NOT set up for people who have cars and intend to valet them. There is no provision for anywhere to stop and go in and check in, no signs indicating that if you are going to valet that you need to drive to another street, and no valet attendants on station when you get there. I have no idea how the management of this hotel has process mapped the customer experience when using the valet is concerned. We got to the hotel location at about 8:00 p.m. and there are obviously not going to be any spots as far as street parking anywhere near the hotel to even be able to walk in. So, having gone around the block twice, I finally decided to pull in to where there was a sign for a valet for another Marriott property (Residence Inn). There are no signs there saying what you should do, nowhere for a car to be parked to wait, and no valet attendants there. Finding my way into the hotel I told the person at the desk that I had a car to valet and she absolutely jumped into the situation, went outside, and coordinated with the valet and ultimately got things under control. However - while this was going on there were people coming up to my wife who was in the car and telling her that if she didn't move it from the alley behind the hotel that they were going to tow the car. As a customer, it appeared to me that that had been not a single thought given to "So, when a guest comes in with a car to valet - what do we expect them to do?" Leaving was a very similar unpleasant experience. I called down at 12:40 to have my car brought around and was told it would be 20-30 minutes. We went down to the lobby a few minutes after one, and were told where the valet staff would come in when the car was there. 20 minutes later (40 minutes after we called down) a valet attendant came in looking for another car that I could hear the front desk staff had taken a call for while we were waiting downstairs and when I asked the valet attendant about mine, he said "Oh, I'll take care of it." So it appeared that my call had never been relayed to the valet staff. At 1:30 (50 minutes after I called down for it) I had my car. The hotel is nice enough, and I'll be the first to admit that as a guy in his 50s with a car, I'm probably not their target demo. I get that it's located in as urban an area as you'll find, and that parking is really, really tough. So just communicate to me that "You know, this might not be the best fit for you if you're bringing your car." That way if I decided to still do so, I'm the one making that call. But either way - if you are going to offer valet parking at your location, it seems to me that you have to put some thought into how your guests are actually going to - you know - USE it. That's the only complaint I have - but it provided a lousy experience both checking in and checking out, and thus taints the entire stay there. If I ever were to return, I would only do so if I didn't have a ca
The location is very good, the room is very spacious, there are many restaurants going out, there are two subway stations nearby, walking is very close, and there is a pearl milk tea shop. It was told that an additional $16 service fee was required at checkout.
A bit old but lovely and friendly hotel. Great location and reasonable price. I lived in the Queen room, and the room was bigger and warmer than I thought. Every day there is a free breakfast downstairs (though I don't have time to go), many young backpackers, and self-service laundry. Very convenient. Highly recommended!
I had booked a last minute trip to Chicago's Virgin Hotel to spend some time with my daughters. From the first minute we walked in the service was impeccable. This continued throughout our stay everytime we walked in or out of the hotel (many times). The location was perfect to shops, restaurants, Riverwalk, beautiful architecture, and many other visual attractions.
The only downfall to our visit was it was Covid season and many restrictions to places we could go to watch the football game and/or eat as the restaurants were all closed in the hotel. That was a safety issue for the guests so it was appreciated they weren't open. The one thing I'd recommend is for them to have a list of what was open nearby and what was offered (dine-in, delivery, take out, etc.). We were able to find places on our own, but it would have saved us the time from searching/calling around.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this hotel!!
I can't even say enough about how great the Moxy in Chicago was! We arrived way before our check-in time because we had an early flight. Since our room was not quite ready yet, they held our bags for us while we walked around the corner to get a bite to eat. They had our room ready for us at noon which I believe was 4 hours before our actual check-in time. The atmosphere was fun and casual, which was right up our alley. There are games scattered around on the tables which I thought was fun and there is a 24 hour taco joint attached to the hotel as well. I think I tried almost all of the taco choices and they were great! Kylie at the front desk is so sweet and helpful and so was Ellen, the assistant manager. The bartenders were super fun and always willing to give a suggestion on things to do. When we travel, we typically like to see what the locals enjoy doing and every suggestion they gave us was spot on!! I really wish I could remember all of the bartenders that helped us, but I remember Brandon and JJ right off the top of my head. We will definitely be back to the Moxy next time we visit Chicago!
Recently spent two nights here on a college trip with my daughter. Chose this because i was looking for a place in a neighborhood outside the tourist areas, that was cheap, and relatively well reviewed. Pros: Regular neighborhood outside the tourist areas. Relatively new. Funky sports theme. Fairly inexpensive. Parking outside at not crazy price. My teenage daughter dug ther funky vibe and cafe in the lobby. Content teenager is kinda cool. Cons: Small rooms. This is true of any place in Chicago. We had bunk full beds -- it was fine for two, but would've been crowded fsoor three or more. Housekeeping was odd. When we got in our room their were fitted sheets on the bed but the flat sheets were just folded and left at end of bed. So we had to make the beds. Second night they took away the flat sheets and put on 2nd fitted sheets. Had to call for new flat sheets and make the beds again. The housekeeping thing fits with the general "upscale youth hostel for families" vibe. If you want skyline views, this isn't your place. It's two stories bordered by an alley on one side and the El on the other. Our room faced the alley...we could hear the El but it wasn't a problem. I'd consider staying here again if I was coming back with my teens who would line the non-traditional vibe. It's clean, new and a good option outside the typical high-rise tourist haunts with overpriced parking.
I was recently staying here for a wedding. The rooms were clean, the beds were comfy. It was perfect for what we needed it for and we all slept very comfortably. Best of all, I had family things come up and needed to leave a day early, I did have advanced notice but Expedia fooled me into thinking I could get the last day taken off, but they never processed my request. I know that sounds bad, but the owner stood up for me and refused to charge me for the last night since I was checking out early n before 11am. He was so helpful, and knew that if he didn’t charge me for the night, they couldn’t force me to pay. Thank you so much Heart O’ Chicago and Jawed Imtiaz. You saved me almost $100. I really appreciate it.
Good location. Friendly staff. A Food market and 7-11 nearby so you don’t have to worry about food in late night stay.
The rooms are medium in size and located in the city center. The surrounding facilities are complete, there are shopping malls and a lot of restaurants. For downtown hotels, the price / performance ratio is very good! Hilton's Samsung Hotel, but this brand can meet the four-star standard in China. I personally like this brand and recommend it!
Hotel was able to accommodate us all: Our friends had their room and my parents in law were near us and I had one room for me and my children. Wonderful weekend in Chicago!
Very close to the airport, but it takes 12 minutes to walk from the Blue Line subway station. It is a bit biased. Then the hotel has a 24-hour shuttle bus for 24 hours a day, 15 and 45 respectively. The breakfast is good and the food is very good.
Check in at 12 o'clock at noon to do pre check in, the result until nearly 5pm to get a good check-in, this makes me very puzzled, even if some of the host guests dragged a late check-out, it will not let people in a hall There is no room, the hotel did not give a reasonable explanation, just said that the room is not ready. Another point is that the checkout time of this hotel is very strict, check out before 11am, there will be late check out fee, about 150rmb.
It was not convenient for the children to transition for a few days, and the rooms were not bad. More than 400 yuan a night was not cheap, and the price increased to 600 later. But it is cheap for the United States. Breakfast is not included. It's good to arrive early if there is room available to check in early.
Spending in Chicago in February 2020,
[Line] The hotel is located in the center of the city center, in the prime location of S Michigan ave, directly facing Grant Park and directly facing Lake Michigan, the transportation is extremely convenient. Harrison Station (Red Line) subway is nearby.
Exit the hotel's main entrance, turn left (go north) (walk or take the subway), cross the river, it is a magnificent mile Magnificent Mile
[Living] Hilton Chicago is a long-established, luxurious and individual hotel. Once you enter the revolving door and walk left, you can see the bronze statue of the hotel group founder and the founding philosophy. The Lobby, the second floor, and the eighth floor are all public spaces.
I live in a lake view room. The view is fine and exquisite. The interior layout of the room is square. The sound insulation between the room and the next room is barely good. Anyway, everyone knows that you should not laugh and shout at the hotel.
[Eat] Exit the hotel's main entrance, turn right (go south) two blocks, and have Yolk brunch
From 6:00 to 15:00, the crowds of people lining up to eat are heard.
Regarding eating, I don't need to repeat it here. Everyone is a travel expert.
[Education] Various museums, symphony concert halls, and libraries are all nearby. Even if your stay is short, at least go out the door and turn left (go north), buy a ticket and enter the Art Institute of Chicago once
[Le] The hotel is located in the Loop area of the city center. You can walk around the Chicago Futures Exchange building and take photos.
Just a few steps to Willis Tower, you can go up to the 103rd floor and stand at Sky Deck to feel the glass window protruding from the wall of the building. The foot is completely transparent. (Tempered glass, steel frame support).
Chicago is a famous wind city, and the power of high winds can be felt more at high altitude.
To sum it up, choose Hilton Chicago and you won't regret it or be bored.
There is no breakfast at the West Loop Hotel in Chicago. It is necessary to prepare something in advance. It is close to the subway station. It is not suitable for children. There is no place to play around.
The hotel is in an excellent location, very close to Millennium Park, Glitter Park, and the Art Gallery of Chicago. It is a 10-minute walk to Lake Michigan and the cruise ship terminal. There is a Cantonese restaurant near the hotel, which is very delicate and tastes very good. The net red deep pizza restaurant Giordano's is also nearby. Next to the hotel is a CVC store, shopping is super convenient. The hotel is in a good environment, the view of Lake Michigan can be seen in the room, the service is good, the room is clean. A recommended hotel
The location is excellent, right in the heart of the gorgeous mile of the famous MICHIGAN Avenue. Marriott Hotel, LOUNGE is available for members on the second floor, breakfast is plentiful and can be ordered. The parking lot does not need to be fixed at the hotel, there are many public parking lots around, the price is less than half of the hotel parking. The hotel is within walking distance of all of Chicago's famous attractions and is ideal for families.
We only have good things to say about this hotel! I know it's Covid and all, but we're kind of getting used to how hotels are run nowadays. First of all, the location is perfect. It's close to the Magnificent Mile, Lake front trail, River Walk, etc. We parked using an app and chose to use The Streeter Garage on Ohio street. It was just a couple minutes of a walk. We chose this garage because it was the cheapest covered garage near by. Overall the hotel was very clean and comfortable. The pool was closed which was a disappointment to our son, but most pools are in Chicago at this moment. You do have to reserve a spot to use the workout facilities, but we did not find this to be a problem. I'm a runner and prefer to run outside, but we lacked the proper clothing for the chilly morning. However, I found the treadmill to be very nice. And the stunning views made up for running indoors! As for the room itself, the bed was very comfortable, the TV was surprisingly big, and the bathroom was quite modern with a nice shower head. Overall we felt quite blessed to have found this gem of a hotel. We will definitely be back in the future!
At the beginning, there was a problem with collecting money. Ctrip charged the room rate. The hotel charged it again. After communicating with Ctrip, it was resolved in a few days. The hotel returned the room rate. Ctrip actively helped solve the problem. The only bad thing was the hotel reservation. The taxi is not metered, it feels a bit pitted. Use Uber. Don't let the hotel book a car.
Health is not bad, breakfast is still good, but there are many people who eat breakfast, not far from the Sears Tower, and walk 3 minutes from the subway station. It is surrounded by office areas, so the weekend is rather deserted and the shops are not open. There is no safe in the room, which is a disadvantage and I hope to increase it.
very good. The quality of the peninsula is always so satisfying. The front desk, concierge and restaurant staff are super nice. The location is also good, it is convenient to go anywhere in the US. Next time I should go to the peninsula, there will be no other choice. Breakfast is a single point, not a buffet. Recommended ~
The overall quality is good, the quality of the breakfast is also ok. On the edge of the city centre, you can walk to the Millennium for 30 minutes. The disadvantage is that the hotel is close to the high speed, the special room window faces the high speed, and the night is noisy.
Cheap, convenient transportation, 10 minutes walk from Fullerton subway station, take the bus to the city center, the subway is half a small. Located in a residential area, the surrounding environment is good and quiet. The public restrooms and showers are hygienic, the waiters are warm and friendly, and a complimentary, simple American breakfast is served, and freshly made popcorn is provided free of charge from noon to evening. There is a 24h self-service laundry room, washing powder + laundry + dry clothes for a total of 4 dollars can wash a large cylinder of clothing. There is a kitchen to cook your own meals, and a refrigerator to store food. Next to the Fullerton subway, there is a large supermarket with plenty of food and vegetables.
I was at the hotel for 6 weeks and everyone — desk staff, housekeepers, staff in the breakfast area, and even maintenance — treated me with kindness, respect, and good humor. If any of them ever had a bad day or night, I never knew it. I worked evenings and I looked forward to seeing the folks at the desk at night. Nikki, Michael, and Matthew were the best! I also want to say how much I appreciated the women at the breakfast area. Cathy was nice and helpful to everyone.
At the lakeside, but you have to go through the overpass on the south side, you can see the night view of the city at night, but the return journey must return to the original road. We want to go around the loop and the result of the navigation is going through the very dark park, which looks inside. Very unsafe. There are some high-rise apartments around, it doesn't feel like a black area, but it's a trouble to go black in the middle of the night.
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