Kimpton Hotel Allegro

171 W Randolph St | Chicago, IL 60601-3121  [SEE MAP]Chicago, IL  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Beautiful and classy.

Jun 16th, 2019

We just got home from our stay at the Allegro. We loved it. The lobby was beautiful, the staff was friendly. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown, close to many city attractions. The bed was wonderfully comfy, the thermostat actually responded to our temp changes and the shower had surprisingly great water pressure and room for a revamped older hotel. It was great. We really enjoyed our stay and definitely recommend it. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Hotel was fine

Jun 16th, 2019

Hotel was fine- nothing great. Parking for $62 a night seems steep for guest. Don’t expect any complimentary bottled water in the rooms . Front desk service was great. Beds were comfortable. Bathroom small. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

A Wonderful Hidden Gem in the Loop!

Jun 15th, 2019

This was my first time staying at the Allegro and what a delightful surprise to find such a nice hotel so convenient to all the Chicago theaters. The location is absolutely ideal. We walked everywhere in just minutes. It was just a couple of blocks to the Italian Village restaurant where we had a great meal, and also just a couple of blocks to the Art Institute and Millenium Park. The bed, pillows and linens were top-notch, and we had a wonderful nights sleep. The lobby is a real surprise. It is large and has many inviting sitting areas where you can sip your complimentary prosecco that is generously served between 5-6pm. In the morning, there is a large coffee and tea bar (even iced coffee) that was very good. The staff was very friendly, efficient and helpful. I definitely will be returning. It was a great value with over-the-top extras. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

A nice stay

Jun 15th, 2019

Our stay was lovely, staff very responsive. Leah was fantastic and the most helpful reception at a hotel I have had. Thank you all for your warmth and a lovely stay. Very clean rooms and comfy beds!!! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

Not a great value for such a small room

Jun 15th, 2019

I had a meeting in Chicago, and while most people from my firm stay at the W ( a short block from our office) I decided to save us some money and stay at the Kimpton Allegro. I'd stayed at the W before and my room was basically a closet so I decided to try something else. My travel agency said this had good reviews and was only a 9 minute walk. First thing I didn't care for was the entrance from the street requires you to either walk out of your way to an elevator to take it one flight up, or just take your luggage up on the stairs. I'm not sure who thought this was a good idea but I suspect they don't have a choice. Check in is easy, and get my key to the room. There was a lobby bar, but no obvious room service or restaurant options. My room didn't have the normal hotel notebook which tells you whether those things exist, so ended up just walking outside in the rain to find a mediocre slice of pizza a block away. My room was tiny. My master BR closet is pretty much the same size as what I got at the Kimpton. The bed is nice, but the pillows were not so I didn't sleep well. The TV was nice, and the hockey game was on, so from that perspective it was fine. I was supposed to have free wi-fi, but everything I did kept leaving me to a pay wall so I just ended up using my own phone as a hot spot. A call down to the front desk was fruitless as you have to listen to an expansive automated commercial so I just gave up, The bathroom is too small. It has a shower, toilet and a marble vanity with one of those raised sinks that takes up too much room and water slashes everywhere. If you take out the hairdryer and your toiletry bag there is literally no room at all. The shower was nice though and the towels very clean. The closet was basically non existent but fortunately I was only there for one night so the outfit I had to hang up had its own place. My bag had no place to go other than on the night stand. I was grateful I was just one person otherwise we'd have been tripping over ourselves. They have a small gym on the 5th floor, and it does have a Concept 2 rower, which is a plus and unexpected. Every elliptical, treadmill etc was in use so I just had to wait my turn. Overall, my firm paid $268 with tax for me to have a mediocre night sleep (the train is very close by). Perhaps this is just the cost of staying in downtown Chicago, but if this were my own dime I'd find an Embassy Suites or something where I have a bit more square footage, TRIPADVISOR.COM USER