The Wicker Park Inn offers high quality yet affordable accommodations in Chicago's "trendy" Wicker Park neighborhood just minutes from Downtown. The Inn is located on a quiet, tree-lined street of turn-of-the-century row houses only a short walk from great restaurants, vintage and boutique shops, cafes, art galleries, and nightlife. Each of our five charming guestrooms has a private bathroom, satellite TV, free WiFi, and many other amenities. We also have 3 apartments ideal for families or a long-term stay. Conveniently located near Chicago's subway train, a visit to the Wicker Park Inn does not require the rental of a car. The train runs from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport to downtown. Access from Chicago's Midway Airport is equally convenient. Indeed, the Wicker Park Inn B&B is an ideal base for exploring all of Chicago's sights. All major attractions are a short train, bus, or taxi ride away.
The Garden Apartment is a large studio apartment. It features two queen-size beds, full kitchen, and private, in-suite bathroom. Each room has free WiFi, DirecTV, and on-street parking. Breakfast is not included.
Nightly Rate: $179-$199
The Wicker Park Room features a king-size bed, exposed brick wall, and private, in-suite bathroom. Each room has free WiFi, DirecTV, and on-street parking. Breakfast is included in the rate.
Nightly Rate: $169-$189
The Cape Cod Room, named for its ocean blue hues &amp; seaside art, has a queen-sized bed and private, in-suite bathroom. This room has a lovely view of our quiet, tree-lined street. Each room has free WiFi, DirecTV, and on-street parking. Breakfast is included in the rate.
Nightly Rate: $149-$169
The Chicago Room is named for its bold size and quintessential urban view of surrounding rooftops, residential lofts, and city's elevated train line so often featured in films and television programs. Rate is for 2 people. $15 extra for additional person.
Nightly Rate: $159-$179
The Provence Room, so named for its light, vivid colors, has a full-sized bed and private hall bath with shower (bathrobes are provided). The room has a lovely view of our quiet, tree-lined street and a desk for conducting business or planning the day.
Nightly Rate: $129-$149
This spacious room has a king-sized bed, in-suite bath, and exposed brick wall. A daybed provides a pleasant sitting area or accommodations for 1 more person. This room has its own private entrance facing our side patio. Each room has free on-street parking, DirecTV, and WiFi. Breakfast is included in the rate.
Nightly Rate: $169-$189
The Bucktown Apartment is a spacious, 3 bedroom apartment ideal for families or large groups. It features a queen bed, full bed, 2 twin beds, full kitchen, dining room, and private, in-suite bathroom. Free on-street parking, DirecTV, and WiFi are also included. Breakfast is not included in the rate.
Nightly Rate: $199-$299
Our Blue Line Studio is an efficiency apartment. It has a queen-size bed, a full kitchen and private in-suite bath. Each room has free WiFi, DirecTV, and on-street parking. Breakfast is NOT included in the rate. Please note this apartment is not for the light sleeper. This room is close to the El that runs behind our building.
Nightly Rate: $139-$159
3.6 on September 19, 2014
Since I've stayed at The Wicker Park Inn for the past three Riot Fest weekends, I know what to expect from the rooms and service. If this was my first stay I'd have rated each of the categories as outstanding. I plan on returning next year and will book again as soon as the Riot Fest dates are announced.
4.8 on September 18, 2014
This is our second year staying at Wicker Park Inn during RiotFest and we can't imagine staying anywhere else! Clean, comfortable (the best mattress EVER) and reasonably priced.The Blue Line Room is NOT for light sleepers- as the name hints to, the Blue line L runs RIGHT past. To be honest, we didn't even notice the train after about an hour. Love having the facilities to cook our own meals and that the kitchen is stocked with the basic tools to whip up & eat breakfast/lunch or dinner. Just BYOF (bring your own food). Parking can be a bit of a pain over the weekend- my recommendation is park the car (don't forget to change your temporary permit stickers!) and use public transit. There's both a Divvy station and a #70 Division bus stop about two blocks away on Division. Not to mention the CTA stops on Milwaukee Ave. right around the corner. We ordered an Uber car on Sunday night and they were there in fewer than 5 minutes. This is our go to spot in Chicago. We LOVE it.
4.2 on September 15, 2014
This in was very nice in an area that has a lot to do. The street is quiet and the service was outstanding!
4.2 on August 28, 2014
Since parking can be costly anywhere in downtown Chicago we chose to stay in Wicker Park and ride the train into downtown. Wicker Park Inn made that so easy to do. We had easy street parking right in front of our B&B and we were about 4 blocks from the train station. Our room was large and our private bath was very nice. We will definitely stay here again when we are in Chicago.
5 on August 27, 2014
This was our first visit. We needed a place to stay close to where our daughter lives. Wicker Park Inn was an excellent choice. We stayed in the Cape Cod room. It was perfect for us. The management is very nice and responsive. The breakfast items always fresh and made for a relaxing morning. We will definitely stay again.
4.4 on August 22, 2014
I usually stay downtown Chicago on buisness trips but this time I needed to be in the Wicker Park area so I tried a non-chain option and was thrilled with the find. Not only could I walk to everywhere I needed to go, the free time was filled with wonderful new restaurants, and very interesting shopping opportunities. Since my wife joined me on this trip, that was very important. When I did have to run to downtown, it was a quick and easy drive. Our accomodations allowed me to work from the room as well as relax in the evening and not feel like I was stuck in a hotel room. The value compared to where I usually stay was remarkable. Better accomodations, street parking (included), and a lovely neighborhood that invites an evening stroll. I definitely will be staying here again.
4.0 on August 21, 2014
The location of the inn was its greatest draw. Perfectly nesseled between Milwaukee ave. and division street. Short walks to damen and north ave. The inn it's self was very clean and organized. Quiet and low key, it felt like we were staying at a friends house for the weekend. Discount on room rate if paying with cash. I will definitely be a return customer and will be recommending the inn to every one I know.
3.6 on August 20, 2014
My friend and I enjoyed our visit immensely. The space is clean, the staff is friendly, and the location is in a great neighborhood near many shops, restaurants and bars. It's also close to the CTA station. I'd recommend Wicker Park Inn to anyone visiting Chicago.
5 on August 14, 2014
Clean, modern, conveniently located to trains, buses, restaurants, stores. Mike. & Carmen
4.6 on July 29, 2014
I am a 50ish woman traveling alone. I went to Chicago to visit family in the area. I very much enjoyed the inn. Staff were friendly and competent. I had a kitchen in my room and ate breakfasts I made myself so didn't have that supplied by the inn. Very much enjoyed that they specifically said they would do the dishes!! I was in the blue line room and it is true that you can hear the train go by. It never woke me. I found it a pleasant whirr and it didn't bother me. They also have a special white noise clock that offered fun alternatives to silence. I particularly enjoyed "thunder." Bed and linens very comfortable. Good water pressure in the shower. Good storage for clothes and bags. I would have appreciated stronger lighting for reading and work. Also an easy chair. (There were two bistro chairs and a table for eating and work.) I would also have liked a fan, but to be fair I never requested one; it's possible they had them but just not in my room. Close to restaurants, shopping and the El. Manager was quick to give maps and other info at check-in. 5% discount with cash; payment at check-in. Quaint and charming neighborhood a block away from busier street. I used Uber to get around and had excellent and inexpensive service. Would HIGHLY recommend looking into that app.
Chicago, IL (ORD-O'Hare) 10 miles
At O'Hare Airport, follow the signs that read 'Trains to the City'. You will need to purchase a fare card from one of the several machines before entering the turnstyles. You can purchase a single fare for $2. Take any train leaving the O'Hare station and continue to the Damen station (about 35 minutes.) When you leave the train, walk down the stairs, turn left and continue to Milwaukee Avenue, and then turn right. Continue down Milwaukee to Wolcott Avenue (by 7Eleven & Walgreens Pharmacy) and turn right onto Wolcott. The first street on your left is Wicker Park Avenue, and the Inn is located just a few houses down on the left.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Magnificent Mile - Downtown Shopping, Chicago Architectural Tours, Oprah Show, Professional Sports Teams, Sears Tower & John Hancock Building, Navy Pier, Lake Michigan, Performing Theater, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
, Fridge & microwave for guest use, Satellite TV, Free wireless internet, Free on-street parking
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Lake and River Cruises, Fine Dining, Chicago Architecture Tours, Shopping!, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Water sports
Enjoy high quality yet affordable accommodations in a historic home in the heart of a hip and trendy Chicago neighborhood. Just steps away from great restaurants, shops, and nightlife. Each room has a private bathroom, HD TV, and free wifi. There is no additional cost for parking. Only minutes away from downtown, the Wicker Park Inn is an ideal location to experience Chicago.