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European travelers love this hotel for its cozy, residential feel; two-thirds of the rooms have separate sitting areas and pullout couches. Full review →
Steps from the El, this small hotel is a cozy oasis in a busy, semi-gritty stretch of Belmont Avenue. Full review →
Located in Chicago's Boystown neighborhood, which is home to a thriving gay and lesbian community, this is a friendly place operated by a staff with a wonderful sense of humor. Full review →
The mod, art-deco-tinged rooms and lobby buzzing just off Belmont Ave are vaguely reminiscent of Amsterdam. Full review →The El races right by the hotel, so light sleepers should ask for a room away from the tracks.
Deco boutique hotel next to Belmont Red Line stop. Full review →
This 45-room hotel is located in lively Boystown, close to shops, restaurants and bars, and right next to the subway. Full review →
This 45-room boutique hotel in a part-gentrified, part-bohemian neighborhood is right next to the Belmont El station, from where it’s a mere 15-minute train ride to downtown. Full review →
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