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Let me start with the positive...
My room was spacious, updated and quite comfortable. I enjoyed the bed and large windows. The room was clean and pleasant decorations, although some noticeable wear and tear.The location was convenient for my needs and the group rate was...More
Attentive staff, great service in the dining room, very elegant and food excellent. Rooms are very comfortable but sort of faded elegance.
All in all, wonderful place to stay and I will definitely stay here again when in Chicago.
We went to a wedding at the Standard Club this past weekend and was overwhelmed by its elegance. The events took place in different rooms and each room was striking. The high ceilings, artwork and overall vibe accented the event beautifully. We had a great...More
Let's start with the good:
Customer service is superb.
There are some lovely areas within the hotel.
The rooms are outdated and dirty. Had a beautiful view, but the windows were so dirty you could barely see out of them. My room...More
The rooms are very spacious and the staff was very nice & so helpful. The breakfast menu has bagel & lox which is my favorite thing for breakfast so that's an automatic 5 stars. It has a strong musky tobacco odor to it like people...More
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