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can anyone suggest a Hotel

Location Price and cleanliness are important

but I don't want to stay at a dive and i dont want to

pay a ton of money Gay friendly is always good but not necessary.

escorts with experience working in the windy city please feel free to chime in I am only staying four days and have never been there.

thanks

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Ohiho House or the Days Inn at Lincoln Park. Take a look at Cubs and Sox games as well as any big festivals going on cause these can cause rates to go way up as well as sold out rooms, oh and the conventions too can put a kink in things and not in a good way. Don't rent a car! It's a waste as the El is super to take and easy, get a week pass, don't pay day to day. You can get passes at just about every station. You must do breakfast at Nonies I know I misspelled it but look it up on yelp.com. I've been to the one in Boystown a few times and it is reasonably priced and super good breakfast too! Also for great views and it might sound cheesy but get on one of the boat tours at Navy Pier. They are pretty reasonably priced and the quick history lesson and view is priceless. Get a hold of Raul before you go out there. He's a good guy and a lot of fun to hang with if your scheds mesh. Sorry for any typos but I'm using the mobile cause my internet is being cranky. Oh one more thing if yo can help it don't stay in the southside. Although it isn't that bad people are still scared to go into that part. I satyed in Hyde Park a nice part of town but people were still freaked out. It'd be better if you stayed in downtown or just north of that. Check tripadvisor.com and Price Line. I got the Grand Hyatt on one trip for half on PL so it does work.

 

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Try the Allegro, a Kimpton hotel. It's in the Loop (Randoph and LaSalle) theater district near the Thompson Center. And it's fairly reasonable (I always stay there but then I get a $130 government rate). The Kimpton hotels are gay-friendly, however, and the Allegro is the most reasonable of the three Kimptons in Chicago (the others are the Burnham and the Monaco). At least check them out at the Kimpton Web site: http://www.kimptonhotels.com/hotels_chicago.aspx

 

The other possibility is City Suites up on Belmont near Boys Town. It's friendly, of course, and comfortable but it's next to the L and if you get on the L side of the building it's a bit tough sleeping. It's on the hotel search sites and here's one: http://www.hotel-rates.com/us/illinois/chicago/city-suites-hotel.html If you try this one, be sure to ask for a room away from the L side.

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>Most people are turned off when they hear "Days

>Inn" but the Day's Inn Lincoln Park is very good. It's

>comparable to a Marriott Courtyard.

>

>I also have considerable luck using hotwire.com for Chicago

>hotels.

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>Good luck and play hard!

 

I have to agree with Mr. Muscle on the Days Inn at Lincoln Park and found it a good stay. The only two things that I didn't care for at the htel was there is a step to get into the bathroom I didn't see and almost landed face first in the toilet lol and the second was the drain in the tub. Standing a couple few inches of water and the slow drain didn't appeal to me. But those are two very minor flaws I found and wouldn't stop me from booking another stay. If you choose the Days Inn book fast because it is close to Wrigley but my understanding is that the stadium is closed for renovation so you might be in luck with some lower then usual rates. I tend to usually like to stay in the neighborhoods cause it gives me a sense of what the city is really like. Oh another hotel up the street you might want to check out is Best Western Hawethorn. It's right next to a Jewells and Treasure Island two great grocery store and down the street Boarderline Records my fav music store cause the owner is a Madonna fan :)

 

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>http://www.hawthorneterrace.com/

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>I've recommended it to several escorts over the years and all

>reported it was great for their purpose. It's 2 blocks away

>from the boystown strip.

 

 

:-) :-) :-) :-) :-)

 

I think this recommendationd of Deej is one of the best, if not the best choice based on your requirement.

 

To save you some time...here are some particulars for the hotel:

 

Best Western Hawthorne Terrace

3434 N Broadway, Chicago, IL 60657

Toll Free: 888-860-3400 Fax: 773-244-3435

 

Good luck and enjoy the hospitality of the Windy City!

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