If you want the illusion of being a resident of Chicago, this is the place. Comfortable accommodations, true residential neighborhood, perfect location to Michigan Ave, Rush and State Streets. No need for a car as you can walk to both Millennium and Lincoln parks. Room 2F has a large 'great room' with couch, tv, dining area and relaxing lounge chairs, plus a kitchen with all you need to eat in-house and a nice but smallish bedroom and bath...more than adequate; plus it is quiet.
We rented the one bedroom suite with a mini-kitchen, a separate seating/dining room with comfortable chairs and sofa, large TV (too busy enjoying touring the city to watch much!). Good separate bedroom with quality bed. Adequate A/C. Kitchen provided sufficient equipment to allow us to make some meals. You can arrange to have a cold breakfast provided each morning for extra cost. We only arranged that for our first morning. Easy walk to grocery stores, good restaurants (deep dish pizza). Quick walk to transit, easy walk to both lake and Miracle Mile. Would stay again.
Villa D' Citta is like a luxurious vacation to Old World Italy, complete with all the delicious foods, wine, decor, and sensory pleasures---the rooms far exceeded our expectations, especially the 20-head steam shower! So romantic, beautifully decorated and the staff is amazing! We'll definitely be back!
We had a great stay at the Villa D' Citta. It is a place full of character, surrounded by great shops and restaurants. Peaceful, very well located with wonderful care and attention received by Cathy. Thanks!
Beautiful home in equally beautiful neighborhood. Our studio apartment was perfect place to return after long days of sightseeing. All sites easily accessible by foot, bus or train. Staff helpful with providing suggestions on best bus routes and dining options. Breakfast items stocked in room each day were perfect way to start day.
Really an outstanding B & B. We especially liked meeting the other guests during breakfast. By the way, the breakfast each morning was well thought out and delicious.The staff was very open and warm. We look forward to our next visit to Chicago and the House of Two Urns.
I felt very comfortable at Wicker Park and as a solo traveller on this trip, I enjoyed the modest company of other guests. Robyn and her staff o a great job at making people feel welcome and comfortable. The kitchen is a bonus as guests can make drinks and snacks anytime- which is much better than most American accomodation. The Cape Cod room upstairs is best, as the back rooms are right on the trainline which has trains that are both frequent and very noisy. Walls are floor are not very soundproof, so noise from other guests can travel.
My husband and i stay 2 nights in October and that was a treat . if you love beauty refinement and class Bishop Hall is the place to choose . Charles is a gentleman and his magnificent home is filled with antiques , porcelain , crystal , paintings etc .... I am from France so for me looking at his Limoges and Baccarat crystal ware was pure joy . He upgrade us in the best suite which is an amazing apartment decorated with the finest furniture . Bed is so comfortable , everything there is about beauty and class . Charles serve a delicious breakfast ( his eggs Benedict are wonderful ) in such a lovely decor with Italian Blue Spode China . We wish we have stay longer and know more Sam , Charles partner . Both are very considerate and wonderful people . I look forward to return to Oak Park and stay in that exceptional property .
This is our second stay at Wicker Park Inn and we will continue staying here for future visits. The location is perfect for us as our family lives in a near by neighborhood. Good breakfast selection. Easy train ride from O'Hare. Lots of restaurants & boutiques within walking distance. Short Uber or cab ride into the city center. Everyone is friendly and accommodating.
The staff are so welcoming and accommodating. The suite was extremely comfortable with plenty of space (2 bedrooms) for my sister, my husband, and myself. We enjoyed the wonderful hospitality and the surrounding neighborhood. I hope we'll be back!!
A lovely a soon tucked a few blocks from the El station, has beautiful rooms. Our suite had the largest tub I have ever had the pleasure of using, and an amazing rain shower. Food was great, and the innkeeper was charming and helpful.
This was a WONDERFUL place to stay. My lower rating under dining refers to the fact that a full continental breakfast was provided, but not a full meal. The food was not bad, I just missed the b&b charm and uniqueness.