Thursday, June 20, 2013

Staying in Chicago? Stay here!


If you're headed to Chicago any time soon or over the summer, and will be needing a hotel, I highly recommend the Comfort Suites on the famed Michigan Avenue.  When we go to the city, we usually stay just outside of it because parking is impossible to find or atrociously priced (both of which severely annoy my husband).  This time, we decided to give Comfort Suites a try and it made the trip so much nicer!


Situated smack dab in the  middle of the downtown area, you can literally walk to everything. Valet parking was offered at a neighboring partner just around the corner at a very nice discounted price. We had the car parked, and didn't have to think about transportation or parking for the entire rest of our trip.


The hotel itself was nice and roomy with several closet/storage spaces, a fully equipped kitchen (we're talking right down to the bottle opener and the paper towels) with a dishwasher, a bar (to do homework on if you're an egghead like my husband...and I say that lovingly), two queen-sized beds, and a work desk. It also had a washer and dryer so you didn't have to lug home dirty clothes. It was like a very reasonably priced mini-apartment.


There were also AC and USB outlets all over the place (and free WiFi), so everyone with an electronic device (and we all had them) had an outlet to use at the same time. The flat screen TV was there, as was an easy-to-work safe. The bathroom was a little small, but who cares? You're in Chicago and it had everything you needed anyway.

From our hotel window we could see the Chicago River where we took our boat tour.

The view from our hotel was of bustling Michigan Avenue, and in the left corner, if you looked down, you could see the Chicago River. We walked over there to see what was going on. I remembered some of you mentioning the river cruise, which was right there, so we decided to do it. What a great decision!! It was close to dusk so we got the best of both worlds, a view in the daytime and a view at night.


This is where my camera broke. I did manage to get four or five pictures, which made me happy. We missed out on sooo many great pictures though...especially the ones at night. But it's okay, we had the absolute best time and because I didn't have to worry about the camera getting wet, we spent the second half of the boat ride at the very front (at the kids' request). No idea why they loved that so much, but they surely did. I thought it was nice to hear the history behind the Chicago buildings and find out what it was we were looking at if I didn't already know. The kids thought it was fun to see the water splashing on the front of the boat, go figure.

Business Center at the Comfort Suites Hotel 

The next morning we had the free hot breakfast, and hubby needed to use their business center to print something (still thinking of his school work, ugh!) and we set off in the other direction to see what we could find. You can see I also got a new camera from the CVS store right down the road. The quality of photos wasn't near as good w/the new cheapie point-and-shoot, but still and the same I was glad to have it.


We walked everywhere, and came across a really great live concert outside at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion (Millennium Park), Giordano's (where we did have dinner, thank you to all who suggested it because my husband loved it), and The Bean. I know it has a different name, but we always just call it The Bean. I get far more excited about seeing it than anyone else does, in fact, my family makes fun of me because I like it so much. Whatevs. :)


I don't care. They can laugh all they want, I love The Bean. ;)  Where else can you come across kids doing backbends, adults doing handstands, and groups of people laying down underneath it together w/their feet touching in a circle to try and get a cool picture? Plus every angle offers a great view of the city.

There were a lot of great places to walk to from the hotel. Shopping on the Magnificent Mile (which we did not have time to do), Broadway shows (of which we did not have time to see), Navy Pier (which we saw only by boat ride), and tons of other places to see, visit, and eat/shop/marvel at (some of which we did have time to do). And if you're coming in or going to the airport, the Orange Line of the metro is six blocks away to take you directly to Midway International Airport, and the Blue Line is six blocks away to take you to O'Hare.

There are other things I want to blog about from the trip, but I wanted to share the hotel. The best part of the hotel besides the safe and very prime location is the price. It's really no more than what you would pay on vacation while you were visiting most any city, and it puts you right in the middle of everything. My husband likes comfort most in a hotel, and I like location: Comfort Suites - Chicago had both.

A big shout out to the staff who was very kind, and to the gal running the desk when I checked in who pretended not to notice I was stuck in the revolving door w/the fold-up stroller (never mind that story, but know it did mortify my teen which was kind of funny). If there is one negative about the hotel, it's the elevators, and that's not really a negative if you know about it and are prepared to wait. There are two of them but there always seems to be a wait to get on and off because they're stopping at 26 floors along the way.

The hotel can make or break a trip, and for us, this one made ours simply marvelous. I loved being right in the middle of absolutely everything. This is definitely a great hotel to know about, and really, there's nothing but good I can say about it, it was a remarkable stay.

I'll blog about more of our trip later this week, but I wanted to tell you all about the hotel, so that if you're going to Chicago you can put it on your list of considerations.  Now, I'm off to write a review on TripAdvisor (that won't be near as long ;) ).

The info. on the hotel, if you want to check it out yourself is below:

Comfort Suites
320 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: (312) 384-1208 Fax: (312) 204-6910



I don't know if they ever put up discounts or coupons on their Facebook or Twitter, but I'll be checking to see. If you want to follow them on either they're social media sites are below:


Twitter: @CSChicagoHotel




154 comments:

  1. Never been to Chicago, but this hotel sounds divine and really thanks for sharing. So glad you had a great trip. And by the way, did you ever get a new camera after yours broke?

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    1. Not a good one, but a good enough one. :) Thanks for the visit, Janine.

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  2. We were so lucky, when we stayed there the best man in our wedding let us stay with him! He had a full sized bed and air mattresses on the floor for the boys upstairs. He let us use his computer, his TV and kitchen. The guy is a truck driver, so my only :( moment is that we didn't get to see him as much as we would have wanted. He did get to spend all day with us on a Saturday. He went chose to go to Museum of Science & Industry. Then he also took us to the subway station every morning, and train station when it was time to leave. I made sure I restocked his fridge with a few things we ate up. I also sent him photos.

    I miss that guy. If he lived closer to us I would will my kids to him if something happened to us. He is so good with kids, and doesn't have any of his own. The trouble is, is his wife got a job in Malta. We love her to. Their lives are kind of in limbo right now though. I have 2 sisters, I don't know which one to will the boys to. Travis' family is very different. They can't even support themselves. My parents are great, but are getting older. We need to decide, and stick to it.

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    1. Alissa, hopefully you guys (and us too) will long outlive our kiddos and not have to worry about it, but you're right it's smart to take precautions.

      It's neat that you had someone to stay with in the city. That always makes a visit more fun. We didn't get to the Museum of Science & Industry this visit, but we hope to when we go back. :)

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  3. I love Chicago as I am a huge Bears Fan. My next trip, I will have to look into this hotel.

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    1. I didn't see the stadium. I did see Wrigley and US Cellular Field.

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  4. Wow, great view. I have never been to Chicago, but if I ever do go, I will definitely keep this place in mind.

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    1. It's awesome for traveling w/families for sure because if the little one's get tired you're close enough to go back if you need to, w/o any hassles.

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  5. I miss Chicago! I lived there most of the 90's. Right downtown. (Now I live in Los Angeles) All of the photos you show, is my old neighborhood! It is one of the most elegant cities in the world!

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    1. I'd love to live in that neighborhood. I bet you have some great memories/stories!

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  6. That looks like an amazing hotel - love that they have thought of everything you might need. If I ever go to Chicago I shall definitely give them a look up than kyou :) x

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    1. It was definitely a happy surprise to find a hotel we loved in the city right when the playoffs (hockey) were going on. They were full the day we were leaving, as were many places, so we really lucked out.

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  7. Sounds like a great place to stay indeed. They really can make or break a trip. Stuck in the door? LOL sure that was a sight.

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    1. My family pretended not to know me. I took great comfort in knowing the people in the lobby KNEW they were related to me, hehehe

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  8. Been close to Chicago, but never went there. Comfort Suites is indeed a great place to stay.

    What a fun time you're having. I love those kind of trips.

    Have a fantastic day. ☺

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    1. You could take the boat! :) Beautiful city, beautiful stay. We couldn't have been happier. :)

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  9. Amazing hotel! I recognize that bean from Giuliana and Bill :D I hope one day I will be able to visit Chicago :) Hmm looking at this has made me wanting for vacation even more!

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    1. The bean!! :) It was a great hotel, we were totally happy with our stay.

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  10. You make me want to go back for a visit. sandie

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    1. I bet you know all the in's and outs. :) I've said it before, I'll probably say it again, I love Chicago!

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  11. An excellent report on a good place to stay in Chicago. Sounds like the hotel has everything that one left at home. A little home away from home and you don't have to lift a finger.
    Good photos too.

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    1. That's the best part of a hotel isn't it...not really having to 'do' anything. It's a nice break. :)

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  12. Ohhh I want to go there!!!! Looks like a lot of fun! I'm glad you got to have a good time! and that bean is super cool! wow!!!

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    1. I do love that bean, lol. The view underneath it was cool too...like a fun house mirror where everything was swirled and little. :)

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  13. Sounds like a great place to stay in Chicago! I'm glad you were happy with the hotel. I just love Chicago - the bean is so awesome!

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    1. Hurrah for all the bean lovers, lol!! :) It is a great place. It gave us so much more time to do things because we didn't have to fight traffic.

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  14. I have never been to Chicago but would absolutely love to go one day! The rooms at your hotel look great, I love how they give you everything you need and it's great that it was right in the middle of everything!

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    1. I loved that everything was there too, that's not usually the case in a hotel room w/a suite. It was a pleasant surprise. :)

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  15. I have never been to Chicago,but both it and the hotel look amazing! Thanks for a comprehensive review! -Amy

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  16. When we travel, we always try to stay at a Comfort Suites. We are thinking of going to Chicago and were going to go this year,.... but the Hubs needs knee surgery so it might be next year we get there.

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    1. Ah, you were in the know before me. ;) I hope your hubby's knee surgery goes okay. That's never fun.

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  17. Between the hotel, the concert, river cruise, the Bean and restaurant - it sounds like a wonderful fun-filled trip. We have never been to Chicago, but if we ever make it, I will def. consider staying at the Comfort Suites. :)

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    1. Highly recommended. :) Thanks for reading, Kristi.

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  18. I'd like to visit Chicago someday. I'll keep the Comfort Suites in when looking for accomodations. =)

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    1. Thank you, I'll be looking for their hotels when we travel now too. :)

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  19. I would love to visit Chicago! Its in my bucket list1 lol I will def keep this one in mind when I do go. Thanks for sharing :)

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  20. Wow, that room looks way big - and a good-sized kitchenette! Love that it is centrally located to Michigan Ave where all the action is

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    1. 'twas an awesome find. :)

      We couldn't have been happier. Thanks for your visit!!

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  21. Sounds like you had a lot of fun! Visiting Chicago is definitely on my bucket list.

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    1. I could go back today and be perfectly content. :)

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  22. i want to go back. i went once... alone... and was a bit afraid to get out and explore...

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    1. I hope you go back, there's tons for you all to do there. It's a great family place to vacation.

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  23. Never been there yet. Thanks for the great review, will consider that place if we visit Chicago.

    Jheylo http://www.beautyisintheeyeoftheb.com/?p=4793

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  24. You all had a whale of a time Rosey! Comfort Suites hotel is certainly living up to its name. The place looks great! I love all the pictures. There is definitely a lot to see and enjoy there.

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    1. I bet I could live there for a year, Judy, and still not see all there was to see.

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  25. I've been wanting to take the Great Scot to Chicago for ages, thanks so much for the hotel recommendation!

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    1. You're welcome for the recommendation. If he hasn't been to Chicago, boy is he in for a treat! :)

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  26. I used to go to Chicago just about every year with my dad for his furniture mart or on school field trips, but I haven't been in a while. That looks like a great hotel.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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    1. I didn't know you grew up outside of Florida. :)

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  27. I have never been to Chicago but I love the view from your Hotel. I never realized that it was so beautiful. The hotel looks pretty great too.

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    1. It was a perfect place to stay. We've got one more visit to the city this summer and we'll be staying there again. :)

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  28. Chicago is one of the places on my "must visit" list. Thanks for the review. Bookmarked for when it's time to do a quick getaway. The Bean looks like fun. hmmmm, I wonder what I would do if in front of it.

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    1. LOL, there are tons of options. We saw some people getting pretty creative. :)

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  29. I want to to Chicago..mainly to vsit bloggers but now I think Id like to know more about the city :)

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    1. And I want to go to Australia! :)

      The city's awesome, Mel. There's no shortage of things to do or see, that's for sure.

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  30. I love comfort suites, I have stayed at them in a number of cities :) I've only been to the airport in Chicago, never actually seen the city!

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    1. We'll be looking for them too, when we're traveling places now. I was very happy with the hotel.

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  31. Those revolving doors will get you every time. Doggone it. Sounds like the hotel was tops, though. I was Super Impressed with The Bean. You are absolutely right; what is not to like????

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    1. Who goes in a revolving door w/a stroller? Better yet, who doesn't see the little door next to it for people WITH strollers, lolol

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  32. Love this! I'll be going to Chicago end of this year and I'll be checking out this hotel.

    Dee from MadameDeals

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    1. It's a good one, Dee, for business or family travel. You can walk to the business district too.

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  33. This is marvelous! Thank you sharing. Like you, we always stay at hotel apartments when we travel, I love the idea we get to cook our food once in awhile and not be a slave of eating out all the time. Saves so much money =)

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    1. My husband liked having the microwave in the room to warm up his left over pizza. We weren't there long enough to stock the 'fridge but if we'd have stayed longer we probably would've. :)

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  34. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Chicago! I haven't been in many years, but I can't wait to go back and hit up Michigan Ave :)

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  35. The view from your room was amazing! Some day I'd like to stay in Chicago and see more of it than just the airport! Thanks for sharing your experience with Comfort Suites on Michigan Ave!

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    1. That airport is crazy busy! We had a layover once with ten minutes to get to our plane or so we thought. Of course it was in a far away location. We panicked and went to the ticket desk, knowing we'd missed our chance to load. They reminded us of the time change, hahahaha

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  36. Chicago is one of my favorite cities! Love!

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  37. I haven't visited Chicago in some time, but I am bookmarking this post for when I do. Thanks for the great information and for taking the time to add your great photos!

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    1. Thanks for visiting!

      It really is a good place to remember or take note of, it suited what we needed perfectly.

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  38. oh my it looks so roomy and well-stocked! I love hotel rooms like these :)

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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    1. Me too, the little extras were nice and there were a lot of them!

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  39. One of the best cities to visit for sure

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  40. Great city, been there a few times

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    1. Now I'm wondering if you did stand-up there! :)

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  41. We have never stayed overnight in Chicago, but have talked about doing it several times. I guess when you live fairly close, it's easy to just drive back home. This does look like a really nice hotel! Glad you were able to get some Giordano's! I am super jealous right now lol. We talked about going back in a few weeks. Cirqu du Soleil (sp?) is putting on shows all summer at Navy Pier and the tickets are pretty inexpensive.

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    1. My husband's favorite tip was Giordano's. :) I love Navy Pier and the Cirque shows are fun to see!

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  42. I've never been to Chicago. I'd love to go.

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    1. Definitely one of my most favorite cities in the world to visit. :)

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  43. Looks wonderful and what a beautiful view!

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  44. LOVE Chicago! This looks like a great place to stay for family travel. Great review.

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    1. It is a perfect place for singles and families. We really just couldn't have been happier about the stay. :)

      Thanks for visiting.

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  45. I love comfort suites!...or was it comfort Inn. Are they the same chain?

    Looks like you had a fabulous time. I love the equipped kitchen because I prefer making my own meals at times, if we are staying a long time.

    Sorry your camera broke.
    Hope you get a nice gift soon :)

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    1. Comfort Suites and Comfort Inn are both Choice Hotels
      http://www.choicehotels.com/ so I imagine they're similar. :)

      I picked up a point and shoot with batteries (disposables) uggggggggggh! But that's what I'm stuck with for now (and I'm glad about it). Way better than nothing. :) I don't have a lot of luck with cameras, Colette...I've gone through the brands. I think it must be me. :/

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  46. all these chicago posts make me want to take a trip! and i know where to stay if we do :)

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    1. It is a great hotel made even better because of the superb location. :)

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  47. I have to share this with my brother, he loves to go to Chicago!

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    1. Thanks for sharing. I bet he'll like it if he goes, there's not really one thing I adverse I can say about it. :)

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  48. It's been years since I've been to Chicago. Would love to go again someday. Funny thing is, my 15 yoa son is leaving in just a few hours to go to Chicago. He's going with a group to visit Navy Pier. The hotel looks like a fabulous place to stay.

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    1. I love Navy Pier! I hope they have a great time. :)

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  49. Thanks for the great tip--I'll pin this for when we someday stay in Chicago!
    --Gena

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  50. That's an amazing hotel. I'll recommend it to my son. He travels up there a lot.

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  51. Wow! What a great hotel. And right in the heart of downtown. It has so many great amenities, too. I can see why you were so happy with it.

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    1. Happy enough to go right back (but school, work, life and such says I have to wait). :)

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  52. I want to visit Chicago some day! What a great looking hotel in a great location- right in the middle of everything!

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    1. I loved walking everywhere and not worrying about parking. Chicago's easily one of my most favorite places to visit.

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  53. Fantastic synopsis of my favorite town. Well done!

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  54. We went to Chicago once many years ago. It was such a wonderful city, so full of history and great things to see and do. Thanks for the recommendation.

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  55. The only time i visited Chicago i had to go to Wrigley.. What a nice town! The hotel is great with the kitchen that would have saved allot of eating out.

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  56. I've always wanted to go to Chicago. It's on my bucket list!

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  57. I was in Chicago once--enroute from college in Wisconsin headed home to NY--it was a bad snowstorm and we ended up staying overnight-back then they put you up in a hotel! It was nothing as nice as this one!

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  58. Looks like a great place. I love staying in a suite... so much more comfortable.

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  59. Wow! This looks awesome. I've never even been to Chicago but now know where I'll want to stay to pamper myself.

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  60. Oh my! See I'm gonna be planning a trip to Chicago next April while my husband is at a conference there. I've never been to Chicago and really want to go. He told me I'd be bored because there's nothing to do near O'hare. Whatever!!! It looks like a great hotel in a great location!

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  61. What a great place to stay. I love Chicago and lived in the burbs for about 5 years.

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  62. Never been to Chicago, but I wouldn't mind checking it out once in my lifetime.

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  63. I love Chicago! That hotel looks lovely :)

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  64. I've never been to Chicago. That room looks really nice, and the view is terrific

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  65. Looks like a great place to stay and a nice room! I love rooms with kitchenettes, they can help save time and money. - Jenn @ The Rebel Chick

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  66. looks like a nice play to stay, nice and clean.

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  67. Chicago is one of the many places I would love to visit within the next few years. I have a good friend that lived there most of his life and I can't get enough of his stories!

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  68. I've never been to chicago but if I do, I will definitely check out this hotel. It looks really nice!

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  69. I haven't traveled to Chicago, but I have been happy with all of the Comfort Suites I've stay at in other cities. They always have nice amenities and I've never had an issue!

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  70. I've never been to Chicago but I'd love to!

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  71. I have never been to Chicago but I would love to visit. I would keep this hotel in mind if I ever do

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  72. Looks like a super nice place to stay! I will have to remember this when I go to chicago in september!

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  73. This place looks really nice and in a great location! I love that it has such a nice kitchen so you don't have to eat all your meals out :)

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  74. Looks like an awesome place to stay. I would love to visit Chicago.

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  75. I've been to Chicago once and I loved it! Hopefully to visit one day soon and would book on that place you recommend :) Seems like a nice hotel to stay in :)

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  76. Looks like a beautiful place1 Its been a long time since we've been to Chicago!

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  77. That looks like a nice hotel. I went to Chicago once, many years ago and loved it.

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  78. I love the kitchen! I stayed in Chicago many years ago with some friends. Whoever booked the room got the smallest room I've ever seen. We could hardly move around in it!

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  79. We always try and stay somewhere with parking included in a package. It can be a pain to find parking for our 12 passenger van though! I have found though that if we stay somewhere where we can walk to the majority of our destinations, then it saves on gas and works out with the included parking price.

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  80. We love Chicago and we go there every year to watch the Cubs play. I will have to mention Comfort Suites to my husband. It looks fantastic and I love that they have a washer and dryer.

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  81. Looks like a beautiful hotel. I have never been to Chicago but my brother has gone there for a hockey tournament.

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  82. Never been to Chicago but that would be a great place to stay. Amber N

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  83. What a great place to stay! I will have to remember the next time I go to Chicago.

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  84. Chicago is just two hours away from where we live but we are planning to visit Chicago someday. I will remember you tips, it does look like a nice hotel. I like that everything is walking distance from where you stayed.

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  85. What a great location for a hotel. It is always nice to be right in the center of everything!

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  86. I really like that the Comfort Suites room had a kitchen. With pots! Looks like a great place to stay and enjoy visiting Chicago.

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  87. I've never been to Chicago but my brother lived there during college. I'd like to get there eventually. I love that this place has a fully stocked kitchen!

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  88. All the outlets and wifi are a bonus! Looks like a great place to stay.

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  89. Looks like a great place! As a family of 5, we need lots of room!

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  90. Gorgeous, really great space! I like the small kitchenette.

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  91. Do you know average cost? I love the beds...they look comfy!

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  92. Ha! We were just there today. Well, we didn't stay at the hotel, but we walked past it. I love the city. We were there for the March of Dimes 5K and we parked pretty far away and walked to Grant Park. The hotel looks so nice inside - I love that kitchen for sure! That is what 'makes it' or 'breaks it' for me - the kitchen.

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  93. You made Chicago and this hotel seem like a great place to go and a great place to stay.

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  94. I love when hotels take into consideration that families like to keep it low key. We like to eat out but sometimes having a simple snack in the room is all we need but having the resources is so hard. Hotels should offer more simple amenities like silverware/plates for down time

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  95. I have had some great times in Chicago. It really is a cool city. That's a great looking hotel room!

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  96. we stayed close to there when we went to chicago. It was such a fun city!

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  97. Good to know. I would love to plan a trip to Chicago sometime

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  98. My hubby is obsessed about us vacationing in Chicago. He loves everything about it! I will definitely keep them in mind for when we finally do visit. Thanks!

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  99. Looks like my kind of hotel. We always get rooms with kitchens. I like being able to save money and eat some meals in-room.

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  100. I love chicago. So cute for a place to stay. Awesome.

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  101. This is definitely a [place that I would like to stay. It looks down to earth and homey.

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