Holiday Inn Chicago - OHare Area
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Conveniently situated near to Chicago International Airport and downtown Chicago travel links, the Holiday Inn – Chicago O’Hare Area hotel provides an excellent location for those wanting to visit this exciting city. Hop on Chicago’s Blue Line Train and explore top attractions such as the Rosemont Theatre, the Millennium Park and Willis Tower. Travellers can also take a trip to the Des Plaines Rivers Casino and the many fashion outlets of Chicago.
All of the rooms at the Holiday Inn – Chicago O’Hare Area hotel are traditionally furnished and offer a wide range of additional facilities to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Guest rooms include wireless internet access, flat screen TVs, microwaves, coffee makers, mini fridges, individually controlled air-conditioning and private bathrooms.
Guests can enjoy a range of spectacular dishes at the hotel’s Bar Louie O'Hare Restaurant, before sampling a delicious drink at the modern and relaxed bar area. The hotel also includes an outdoor pool, an on-site fitness centre, room service, a convenience store and a gift shop.
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Interconnecting Rooms
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 592 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
In almost every way, lacking
Stay Date: 11/2016, Jonathan B wrote this review.
I stayed in this hotel this past weekend, Friday until Monday. First, let me say that bright spot here is the Front Desk Staff that I had the pleasure of dealing with. I believe they were honest, service oriented and relatively knowledgeable about … See more
I stayed in this hotel this past weekend, Friday until Monday. First, let me say that bright spot here is the Front Desk Staff that I had the pleasure of dealing with. I believe they were honest, service oriented and relatively knowledgeable about how and when one needed assistance. But the facilities. First, the lobby. I arrived before check in was allowed, but was meeting someone who was waiting upon my arrival. We took a seat on the lobby furniture, our first mistake. I wanted to overlook the clearly aged, and dirty green upholstery, and did... but putting weight on any, in any capacity causes the seat to give way. Understand, I am by no means a large man: 5'10 150. But the lack of support on dirty seats was my first warning. The elevators are disastrously slow... so that you must preplan your trip downstairs to the shuttle, else potentially miss it due to the wait. To boot, they were covered in loud posters, and everything about the operation (the noises, the clicks, the door skipping closed) made this elevator seem as if it might plummet or stop between floors at any moment, and neither gave me any sense of peace. My first room was fine, I guess. Much like the rest of the the hotel, everything was just.... old. Worn out. However, I was of the mind that this was par for the course, and so no surprise. As I entered, it was very small. One double bed, and even that was packed in tightly. I was told I would be getting a queen. I had asked for two double beds. My exploration yielded that my room, 728, was adjoining another. The reason for the double bed was my spouse and mother in law were joining me... so this development of adjoining rooms made even more sense... and I set to task securing the adjacent 726 as well. The front desk, again, was magnificent in making this happen. After settling into 726, I began to notice that this room was, perhaps, the most neglected space of all. The carpet was obviously stained... old, and enough Gordon Ramsay assists have told me what those stains equate to. The pillows.... are awful. The desk drawer struggled to stay shut. The wallpaper was peeling. The remote didn't work. The bathroom was.... worse. You may fold a towel into a shape, but it does not substitute for clean, or comfortable. It could have doubled as sandpaper. The tub would sink as you stepped in. The curtain barely there. The blackout panels were breaking down, and tearing... and the attempted solution was masking tape, and shock! The glue had worn off due to, I imagine, advanced age. The filters in the a/c-heater unit were disgusting. The only thing that didn't make me want to ignore that I was paying hundreds for this was the cups were wrapped in plastic. Even the fake wood veneer on the desk, and refrigerator cabinet were coming up and the door jam had marks defining a long history of abuse. For me, the beds were the worst. They sank, much like the chairs in the lobby. There were two soft and two firm pillows per bed, self described. The "soft" was equitable to chunky... like, lumpy. Between this, and the fact that as my spouse and I shared the bed... it folded as it sank, meaning whoever got the the middle first got restful sleep, and the other was perpetually locked in a struggle to claw back the the portion of the bed they were supposed to be on. Not a single restful night was had. Sunday was certainly my biggest struggle, as I switched rooms to the smaller where my in law had been sleeping. When the bed was made by staff, it was done over food that had been left in the bed by the former occupant, the in law. I do not need you to change the sheets every time, but there is something about crawling into a bed that is filled with crumbs and reminds you that this is not the first body touching these sheets is really disturbing. I ordered room service for lunch... Food was salty, which, what can I say... I figured it would be... but fascinatingly.... salt was the ONLY flavor. (I had the tortilla soup). I always ask what the delivery fee actually accommodates, as I try to define if I think the gratuity is sufficient for outstanding service. There was none who knew where the money went. Certainly though, I felt I could have taken half the fee, gone and purchased a can of Chunky soup and had a much better dining experience. As I look back, had it not been a dreary day filled with an attempt to fight the Soldier field crowd to get to the museum, surely we would have thought better of room service at this place, and let this be your warning.... you should too. In my mind, the dollars are about the details. The details seems to be completely overlooked at this place. As a value proposition, I simply want to feel like I am getting my money's worth. There was nothing about this stay that would indicate I would dare pay for this. The facilities had me feeling a bit like the guest no one cared to have there. This is not hospitality, and for these experiences I dare suggest avoiding this hotel if at all possible. Do not be fooled by good rates, you will still feel like you substantially overpaid. Collapse
The real review
Stay Date: 11/2016, Sebastian C wrote this review.
Pleasantly wonderful :) concerned for experience and comfort during 2-day staycation relatively minutes from Chicago via location. Unimaginable view provided great views of the city Your understanding of local and international visitors only added … See more
Pleasantly wonderful :) concerned for experience and comfort during 2-day staycation relatively minutes from Chicago via location. Unimaginable view provided great views of the city Your understanding of local and international visitors only added to the welcome and service received there, and comfy enough for a extended period. After traveling across Midwest greetings with hospitality A+ Thanks Samantha Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2016, eagle_christine53 wrote this review.
Clean Room, Beds Comfortable. Parking. Breakfast buffet staff, not friendly. Some of the breakfast items were cold, but presentation was nice. Staff at the front desk were friendly. Little store on site was very nice.
Clean Room, Beds Comfortable. Parking. Breakfast buffet staff, not friendly. Some of the breakfast items were cold, but presentation was nice. Staff at the front desk were friendly. Little store on site was very nice. Collapse
What a mistake!
Stay Date: 05/2016, Ltanco wrote this review.
Stayed one night due to a flight change yikes! Probably the worst hotel I have been to. I literally didn't even want to take my clothes off in the room. Beds were uncomfortable and didn't sleep all night. Decor and bathroom was really outdated. Like … See more
Stayed one night due to a flight change yikes! Probably the worst hotel I have been to. I literally didn't even want to take my clothes off in the room. Beds were uncomfortable and didn't sleep all night. Decor and bathroom was really outdated. Like really really bad! Bar Louie we had dinner there and it was at least good! Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2016, laceyg51 wrote this review.
Outstanding service!!! I planned a surprise for my guy and they were on board. They helped me keep him busy while I went to the room to get it ready. They made it look like we had to go back to the airport because we were actually going to the bulls … See more
Outstanding service!!! I planned a surprise for my guy and they were on board. They helped me keep him busy while I went to the room to get it ready. They made it look like we had to go back to the airport because we were actually going to the bulls game!!! The front desk was AMAZING!!!!!!! The food at bar Louie was okay he liked it I wasn't a fan but it was his birthday. Check out was smooth. GREAT JOB GUYS!! Collapse
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