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|Chicago O'Hare Intl|
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|"The staff was super accommodating!"||(in 138 reviews)|
|"Great bathrobes, wonderful view"||(in 31 reviews)|
|"Excellent location, perfect restaurant, friendly staff!"||(in 131 reviews)|
|"Added “Resort fee” of $15."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Valet parking was seemless."||(in 19 reviews)|
|great location||in 313 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 311 reviews|
|room was small||in 213 reviews|
|great hotel||in 158 reviews|
|bed frame||in 150 reviews|
|coffee and water||in 81 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 78 reviews|
|great view||in 70 reviews|
|parking was expensive||in 46 reviews|
|bedding||in 42 reviews|
|beautiful hotel||in 38 reviews|
|resort fee||in 26 reviews|
|nice touch||in 25 reviews|
|blue line||in 17 reviews|
|millennium park||in 15 reviews|
|theater district||in 6 reviews|
We loved the bed and bedding
Staff was helpful and friendly! Rooms were clean. Very cool old building but rooms were up to date! Can’t forget about the free cupcakes!!!! Yummy! I’m very sad they changed the name of the hotel!
Nothing, our experience was great!!!
Was cozy enough to give me every reason not to leave my hotel room!
Came to see Hamilton
Everything about this stay was top notch. Every single encounter with an employee was pleasant, polite and helpful. Rooms, common areas and restaurant were comfortable and spotless. We could not have asked for a better location - central to everything.
Staff, each & every one from doormen, janitors to manager. Special shout out to Mark in maintenance and Darnell at front desk. We borrowed their bikes and had an excellent ride around the lake. View was awesome down State street. We arrived a early on Thursday morning and allowed to go right up to an available room. Room was small but meticulous in detail. Location could not be better!!! A minute's walk to blue line, red line and busses. All the shopping you can want steps from hotel. Millennium park and the Bean was 3-4 blocks away.
There was nothing to complain about.
Beautiful character with modern edge
The hotel was perfect and beautiful. The style blended well with our modern tastes but need for historic romance. The beds... were... AMAZING. All the linens as well.
Desk staff quite friendly and helpful. Everything classy and elegant. Umbrella iin closet was a nice tough.
Didn't patronize the Atrwood? Restaurant although attractive ambience, Prices were prohibitive. Cup of cofffee: #$4.00, Eggs bENEDICT: $15.00 Fugget about it.
Beautiful; FANTASTIC service provided by all areas; clean
Mattresses were hard
One of my favorites
We like the intimacy of the hotel. The staff made us feel welcome. The location is walking distance from theaters, shopping, lake front.
Parking is very expensive: tip - 3 blocks west of the hotel is public parking lot and we paid $15 for the whole weekend.
Loved all the old architectural features. The rooms were small but the architecture, view, location and excellent air conditioning made up for the size. My suggestion is to add a quiet seating area near the stairs and elevators on each floor so that guests that awaken early can read and have coffee while a child or partner sleeps. Joan
Warm, accommodating staff. Great location. Quaint, historic building.
The hotel was more than adequate for our needs, but guests should not expect huge rooms.
I had an excellent room with a view of both State and Washington Streets and Millenium Park!
The building, itself, is a renovated office building across from Macy's on State St. The location is ideal for sight seeing in the Loop. It's unique. A lot of art deco trim. It's nicely decorated, the staff is pleasant. They serve complimentary wine at 5 p.m. It's boutique hotel, not a monster one.
The rooms are small.
Staff were amazing! They took care of all the details with great courtesy. The room was beautiful, the bed was super comfortable and everything was very clean. The Atwood Cafe food was delicious, and they modified reservations for us without a fuss. I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to family and friends.
I liked the location and the quite comfort of the room. I liked the variety of contents in the minibar, even though I didn't actually eat but one thing.
My room was a little noisy, but I just wore earplugs and that worked out for the most part.
It was a beautiful hotel and a great experience
valet parking price
The historic Hotel Burnham is lovely. The Atwood Cafe is supurb (and I am a picky eater).
I booked a King. Upon check-in we were told we could only get a Queen for the 1st night.
Excellent location, walking distance to everything
Its a pet friendly hotel, dogs barking very laud in the halls at night it was hard to sleep, also no buffet breakfast.
Availability to the theaters and shopping. All in walking distance
Rooms are very small. Limited amenities. No coffee in room. Parking is too expensive.
Location, design and hotel environment, free wine in early evening, ease of online registration.
We had an excellent brunch at the hotel restaurant. The beds were quite comfortable, and yoga equipment was available.
We reserved a king room but were given a room wtih a queen bed. The staff did not provide an explanation until we asked. We were told that no king rooms were available.
In a city full of amazing cuisine, art, architecture, and shopping sits Chicago Hotels Staypineapple An Iconic Hotel The Loop, found just steps from Millennium Park. Staypineapple Chicago is found within a National Historic Landmark building and is a perfect base for exploring the famous downtown of Chicago. In the Loop and Theater District just steps away, guests can take full advantage of all that the city has to offer.
Guests can adventure the area through displays of the Art Institute of Chicago, shopping at shops and boutiques on the Magnificent Mile, marveling at the Rookery, or cheering along with crowds at one of the city's festivals, all before returning to deluxe amenities and warm charm. Staypineapple Chicago is a bold newcomer with incomparable grace, style, and warmth.
From a hot, summer day to a freezing winter white-out, Staypineapple Chicago is sure to make every day a magnificent one. All of rooms and suites feature historic touches that are original to the building while also offering every modern amenity: high-speed Wi-Fi, high-definition TVs, and mini fridges. It’s a Windy City oasis.
Whether waking up early to explore all that Chicago has to offer or staying in bed all day, Staypineapple Chicago can keep guests caffeinated and energized. Afternoon delights offer coffee and cupcakes in the lobby, or guests can enjoy the in-room snack box any time of day for when those random cravings strike. The award-winning restaurant, Atwood, is ready with creative Modern-American cuisine, indulgent desserts, and handcrafted cocktails. Atwood is also open for breakfast and lunch with familiar favorites to start the day and keep it going.
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Staypineapple, An Iconic Hotel, The Loop is located at 1 West Washington in Loop, 0,8 km from the centre of Chicago. Chicago Cultural Center is the closest landmark to Staypineapple, An Iconic Hotel, The Loop.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Staypineapple, An Iconic Hotel, The Loop.
Yes, Staypineapple, An Iconic Hotel, The Loop offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Staypineapple, An Iconic Hotel, The Loop does not offer free parking.
No, Staypineapple, An Iconic Hotel, The Loop does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Staypineapple, An Iconic Hotel, The Loop is 14,4 km from Chicago Midway.
Yes, Staypineapple, An Iconic Hotel, The Loop is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Staypineapple, An Iconic Hotel, The Loop does not have a pool on-site.