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This hotel is old and noisy. Couldn't sleep until I turned heater off as it was constantly running and constantly making noises. The room was old and felt as though all they did was refill holes with putty and paint.(No smoothing out fixes to make...More
the congress Plaza hotel is very historic hotel. The location is great and the price was awesome. the only issue is the property could use some TLC. The rooms are huge and there is some much potential .
We would stay again because for the...More
The location is really convenient. Not far at all from the city center, easy to navigate and easy to locate. If you enjoy walking even better - park is across the street - Magnificent mile just there. Room on the top floor was big enough...More
And its in need of some major restoration, it really has an old world feel.
I came here years ago during college, and it impressed me so, that I put it on my bucket list.
Very close to the park and other attractions.
By far the best location, in Michigan Avenue, close to the Field Museum, The Shedd Aquarium, Millennium Park and the Arts Museum.
Building is kind of old but rooms are clean and have everything you need for a reasonable price.
US$79 - US$229 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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