I stayed two nights while attending a conference held downtown on Upper Wacker Drive. I really enjoyed the comfort of the home, the delicious breakfasts, the beautiful street and the local restaurants. And the train down to the conference was convenient and efficient. Would love to return.
The room we stayed in was exactly as pictured. Very clean. I loved the history in the house. We went to a baseball game at Wrigley and also a Blue Man Group show. We walked to both without a problem. Area feels safe. Easy access to the L train and a short ride to downtown. Dinner at Trader Joes (included with your stay) was just 2 doors down from the Inn and was delicious. Don't forget to bring something other than jeans so you can have a drink in Room 13 downstairs! Breakfast was delicious. David, the inn keeper, was very knowledgeable about the history of the B&B and the house. He is very polite and attentive. My only suggestion for improvement: put a bottle of hand soap in the bathrooms. It was a pain remembering to take our bar of soap (provided) to the bathroom each time, especially in the middle of the night. I have already reserved my next stay here!
After 14 years of living in Chicago, My daughter and I (now 5) moved to Ga. It has been 2 years and I have missed my city everyday. Staying in our old neighborhood was perfect. Wicker Park Inn was just what we needed. Close to the train, all of our favorite restaurants and of course, Wicker Park. My daughter's father is currently going through cancer treatment in Chicago, so having a place for she and I to go to to relax and feel at home is exactly what we needed. The accommodations are perfect. Always very quiet in the house- and the coffee is so good! ¿¿ The Chicago Room does have the extra bonus of the blue line running right outside your back door. Living in the city for so long- my daughter and I totally embraced this. It put a smile on my face while having my early morning coffee on our porch. Check in and out was very easy. We will continue to stay here on all of our visits back to Chicago. Our next room is already booked! Summertime in Chicago is the therapy we need while going through this difficult time. Thank you WP Inn for being awesome.
Absolutely outstanding. To say that we want to come back is an understatement. We didn't want to leave. Location in Lincoln Park is perfect, friendly, and safe. Felt like home at Villa D' Citta. Cathy is the heart of the Villa. Beyond words to describe and give justice to it. The level of comfort is superior and exceptional. Breakfast on weekends showcase Cathy's cooking expertise.
Always clean. Great neighborhood. Easy walk to many restaurants and bars. Plenty of room. Kitchen access if you want to eat in or a place to keep your leftovers. Not a B&B but plenty of places to get a great breakfast nearby. The only negative for some would be the winding stairs - no elevator.
We stayed one night in the Cape Cod room at Wicker Park Inn. The room was lovely, very clean and well decorated. The furniture was comfortable...loved having an extra chair. The breakfast room was really nice...great selection of fruit, bread, pastry, cereals, and even hard boiled eggs. We would have liked decaf coffee. The only drawback is the nearness of the train. It really is noisy.
This was our second time staying with Roscoe Village Guest Houses. They do not disappoint! Easy location, clean and updated condo's. Roscoe Village Guest House is always our first choice when heading to the Chicago area!
House of Two Urns is a warm and comfortable space filled with art and eclectic furnishings. It is conveniently located in a neighborhood of well maintained homes and unique shops and eateries. It is only a short walk to the nearest Blue Line stop so it is well connected to the Loop and to OHare. Free parking for those who drive is a valuable benefit! Some rooms have garaged parking, others come with permits allowing street parking on the street in front. Breakfast was delicious and served at a communal table where delightful conversation is enjoyed along with the meal.
Had a wonderful girls weekend at the SoNo. I highly recommend this beautiful, new bed and breakfast. Beds are cozy, main living space is beautiful, fun and relaxing! The owners could not have been more accommodating. Great restaurants near by. Thank you for a wonderful stay! Can't wait to visit again.
Hello, we stayed at the RVG for two nights while we moved from our condo across the street. We found your location nicely decorated, clean and spacious for our kids to play. We very much enjoyed the accommodations and would recommend to others. It was a bit difficult to get instructions on how to access the condo. Had to call several time and leave messages to get a response back and our key code. I would suggest making it easier for guests to get in touch with you especially on weekends.
House of Two Urns provides a comfortable and relaxing place to relax while enjoying all that Chicago has to offer. The eclectic art and furnishings mirror the Wicker Park neighborhood. Parking was provided, which is a huge bonus in Chicago. A Blue Line stop is very close by, so no need to use the car during your stay. Breakfast was delicious and substantial. And the conversation around the communal table was a delight.
This brand new B & B in Old Town is a fabulous find! The room was well appointed, with a comfortable bed. The hosts are delightful; we sat in their kitchen, along with other guests, eating breakfast prepared by them. It felt like we were in someone's home. We will most definitely be back!
Great location - easy to get in/out of the city. Room was much nicer and bigger than I expected. Weather was awesome - was able to sit on deck for a while and enjoy the warmth. Kitchen came in handy for left overs and snacks. Very positive experience!
If you are planning a visit to the Wicker Park section of Chicago, this B&B is an excellent choice. The rooms are very clean and comfortable. The staff went out of their way to answer questions and ensure that the rooms met our needs.