We gave them all the truth about the hotel from Ian Schrager new audience in Chicago last week, but today we decided to check with the rest of the population at TripAdvisor to see what their reactions are. And so far so good. Or as good as can be with only three reviews.
The auditor initially claimed to come across it by accident but is now dedicated to the fans, especially in the pump room, delicious: Another thing … I do not often eat in the hotel restaurants, and I have never done this before, but I stayed for two nights and had lunch, and dinner at the hotel for two days. The pump room may well be my favorite restaurant, even if you’re sure to go there for lunch or dinner. It is a large bar on one side of the lobby, where you can get over some of the MIDI input.
The second reviewer was a little softer, playing some of the missing services and terrible lighting: If you are going to provide the candles in the living room and bedroom, matches or lighters supply.
A mini-bar, but without glasses?
The lighting in the bathroom and vanity are horrible (one woman). Probably did not want to mess with the wiring in an old hotel, but seriously what a horrible yellow ambient light is ridiculous to apply makeup!
We have totally forgotten the matches to spark missing, but we probably just thought the hotel would not be responsible for all fires. Or, the games have been simply forgotten. As for glasses, the ones we found in the drawer next to the mini-fridge-bar, where bottles of spirits were great. (See above).
What’s lighting, did not think was so terrible, just a little “hard to maneuver around, or we got a lot of eyeliner, stood before a large mirror. We also found a lot of enlightenment” secret “room, which says more about tomorrow.
One last comment was one of those people who picked up on the face Social Living: I want to stay here, even without the offer. I was originally going to go on the Magnificent Mile, but many prefer this place. Great neighborhood just north of downtown, but feels more room, the hotel itself is beautiful and the rooms comfortable and peaceful. Bar can be a bit of a “scene” a weekend evening, but the staff seems friendly and helpful (no opinion here) and there were surprisingly few kinks in mind that they are still in soft launch.
So that’s it. So far, so good. Or, as Ed McMahon would say – two and a half stars!
Have you stayed in Chicago Public Schools? Tell us what you thought!