|Value for money||7.0|
|Distance to city centre||0.2 km|
|Nearest Airport||Chicago All airports|
|Distance to airport||1.2 km|
|chicago marathon||in 8 reviews|
|clean room||in 504 reviews|
|cta station||in 9 reviews|
|fridge and microwave||in 75 reviews|
|great location||in 646 reviews|
|heating pipes||in 12 reviews|
|hot water||in 52 reviews|
|location and price||in 140 reviews|
|loud clanging||in 4 reviews|
|loud noises||in 25 reviews|
|michigan avenue||in 26 reviews|
|millennium park||in 64 reviews|
|noise from train||in 93 reviews|
|old hotel||in 226 reviews|
|red line||in 60 reviews|
|right in the heart of downtown||in 51 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 327 reviews|
|thai restaurant||in 36 reviews|
Fantastic location for a great price
It was everything I needed in a great location. A no frills deal for a business trip. Walking distance to Millennium Park. Amazing price for a downtown motel.
Did the job
Downtown and close for new years safety. Staff were very nice
Room was hot and no fridge
Great location and value
Location and price we're excellent. It was walking distance to soldier Field, and most other attractions downtown. It was old and decor was very dated but it was very clean and bed was comfortable.
The only complaint I'd have is that the old radiator was very "clanky" and loud when starting up. It woke me up more then a few times throughout the night.
Nice place, good value
Check in was quick and easy, the staff was friendly. The location is very close to Grant Park and the lake. The room was kept clean and neat.
The bathroom was a little smaller than I expected, but maybe that's just the room I chose. There was no microwave or refrigerator, don't bring leftovers back to the room
Travelodge, East Harrison Street, Chicago
No newspaper in room. No complimentary Break-fast. No Microwave / refrigerator in the room.
good for the price, but don't expect anything too nice
the location and access to red line and sights
not the nicest looking place and not the nicest rooms
The staff was rude, tube leaking, no water pressur
Everything but location
It's a clean place to stay.
Clean room, hallway, and downstairs facilities. Friendly & well informed staff. Three medium sized elevators.
Small cramped room with tiny bathroom. Even on the 10th floor the sound of blowers in the alley made for an incessant, loud hum all night long. Screaming crickets would have been more welcome. Then the steam radiator heat wasn't turned on until 10pm. My room was about 60°F when the pipe-knocking finally began. The restaurant downstairs was overwhelmed in the morning since only two people were working - though the food was pretty good. I waited 20 minutes to order at the counter and another 20 minutes at the table until my pancakes were finished. 15 minutes later I was finished. Parking is not included and my plans kept me in downtown until 3:30. So I put my things back into my car at the garage across the street after breakfast. When I collected my car it had been parked there for 23.5 hours, yet I paid $15 dollars extra for a second night as I was ready to leave after 2pm. Still cheaper than another night in a hotel plus I was home in about 4 hours anyway.
Location - close to downtown
Not accomodating on providing sufficient late-check out.
The room was a good size-a bit plain, but comfortable. The entry/exit to Grant Park for the Chicago Marathon was directly across the street. You couldn't put this building in a better place. Great location.
What you would expect, but excellent service
The people were wonderful. We were able to check in early, and they let us check our bags after checkout so we could explore the city for a little longer before we had to leave to go home. The people and proximity to Michigan Avenue, Millennium Park, etc. were what made our trip. The window air conditioning unit kept the room very comfortable, and there was a safe in the closet, which was nice to have.
It was what you would expect from a Travelodge: old, fairly clean, somewhat comfortable mattresses, nothing extra. I am very glad I brought my own hair dryer because they did not have one in the room.
We enjoyed our stay, location is very convenient close to all major attractions.
When I arrived person at reception desk told me that my reservation was cancelled though in fact it was not. Customer Service was very helpful to locate my reservation. I just do not understand why hotel staff could not see it.
Helpful front desk
I was woken up at 12:45 by a screaming kid and a very loud TV. The walls aren't very thick and other guests sometimes not very considerate.
The wireless Internet connection was very good.
This hotel is old and needs an urgent refurbishment. The staff was discourteous and indiferent most of the time. The check in time is 3:00 PM and you have to pay to leave your luggage if you arrive earlier. The rates for one onight during weekend are extortive.
The hotel still had a feel of a hotel from the 50’s, which was a charm factor.
We like the proximity of the hotel in Chicago to be able to gain access to attractions - open-top bus tour stop nearby and a good quality fast-food outlet in the hotel.
Single glazed windows did not block out traffic and train noises.
It was a convenient city location which filled a need. It all felt a bit old & dated but otherwise ok for its purpose.
Location- very convenient to Chicago tourist attractions. Everyone was friendly, even if a lot of the staff didn't have pertinent information.
Maintenance is a problem. We had to switch rooms because of loud hotel generated noise (5 am). The new room did not have a working toilet paper roll holder and the sheets were too small for the beds and came undone in the night. Our keys were deactivated several times. It was only inconvenient to have them reactivated.
how close it was to everything we wanted to do, we could walk to Millennium Park, Grant Park, coffee shops, shopping & places to eat. Other attractions were only a short taxi ride away (Navy Pier & Shedd Aquarium were only $7 taxi each)
it's a very old hotel with slow elevators and our swipe card did not work a few times. It was very expensive for a 2* room with no ammenities($139/night + $32/day for parking our small SUV)
The staff was very friendly and helpful!
very noisy during the night
The Travelodge Downtown Chicago hotel is the perfect place to stay and play during a trip to the Windy City. The hotel is a gateway to Chicago, offering easy access to the most popular attractions in the area. Conveniently located off I-94 and near Millennium Park, the Harrison Metro Station and John Hancock Center are just a few minutes away. Baseball lovers can catch a game at Wrigley Field while shopping enthusiasts will love The Magnificent Mile. McCormick Place and Columbia College of Chicago are also nearby. From stunning skyscrapers to world-class museums and famous foods to a flourishing beer scene, Chicago has tons to offer to travelers of all kinds. The simple hotel offers a Thai restaurant on-site that features delicious foods and a laid-back bar, and Luna Café which offers regional favorites. A small business center is also on-site for travelers. The down-to-earth accommodations offer free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and work desks. The upgraded suites offer microwaves, minifridges, and wet bars. A feature that families enjoy is the fact kids under 17 stay free with an adult. From a great international city such as beautiful buildings, amazing food and entertainment, and a history of contributing to art, culture, and technology on a global scale, Chicago offers everything travelers could want. Plus, there is always something happening at Grant Park, just a short distance from Travelodge Downtown Chicago. The hotel is a great stay for travelers looking to sleep and dine in a convenient location with basic amenities and décor.
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