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"Wedding at Hotel Allegro"
We hosted our wedding at Hotel Allegro in Chicago. Everyone had a fabulous time. Not only did they rave about the high level of service and friendliness of the staff but they were awestruck by the beauty of the hotel. They thought it was incredibly stylish.
"great venue - a gem"
Great hotel, good location, awesome rooms and wonderful meeting/functions space. I would recommend this hotel for any small, mid -size events. Lots of meeting/function room options. Most downtown locations are easily accessible.
"Chicago Sales Meeting"
Great place to stay with access to a lot of different places in the city! Close to the office, close to dining and if you want to do some shopping, you will have no problem with this location. You can even enjoy a musical just steps away from the hotel.
Complimentary prosecco hour is amazing perk! Such a great way to come home from a long work day or travel day. The staff are also so welcoming and enjoyable. I will be staying here every time I come to chicago from now on!
"OK for a very short stay."
We stayed at the Allegro for 5 nights on this our first trip to Chicago. The hotel is well situated inside the Loop and cultivates an Edwardian decor. Unfortunately, this makes for a very uninviting impression on arrival, since the ground floor entrance is particularly dark and gloomy, whereas check-in is on the next floor in a more spacious lounge. We had a king size room, which initially seemed grand. Indeed, the mattress was very comfortable and made for good sleeps. Sadly, that was the sole up beat point. The room had only a small window, which overlooked the El some 60 feet away, meaning the room was very gloomy. Surprisingly, the very basic secondary glazing worked well and the noise of the trains was not very intrusive. The bathroom was small, but adequate. However, my major complaint centred around the lack of storage space. The wardrobe had space for less than 2 feet of hanging clothes and the only other storage came from 2 half-width drawers and 2 small drawers in the bedside cabinets. The remaining cupboard and drawer space was taken up by the in-house drinks and snacks. Consequently, we ended up 'living out of our suitcases' for our stay - and hence the title of this report. There was plenty of unused area available for furniture in the long entrance hall. Noise from rooms in the adjacent building (not the hotel) was also intrusive, particularly when occupants carried on loud phone calls at 0530 in the morning!
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: American Express - Visa - MasterCard - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM