Hotel Lincoln, A Joie de Vivre Hotel

1816 North Clark | Chicago, IL 60614  [SEE MAP]Chicago, IL  [SEE ADDRESS]
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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Lincoln Park fun

Jan 15th, 2020

Great little spot in Lincoln Park. I finally found a hotel convenient enough for me to walk to Second City. Great price, good parking options. There were a number of room choices. Mine had a great view of Lake Michigan. Decor was artsy and fun. There were some great restaurants and a rooftop bar, which I will have to explore on my next trip. And there will be a next trip! Oh, and the front desk staff were helpful and very nice. Like, WISCONSIN nice. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Lincoln Park Gem

Jan 10th, 2020

We had a nice stay at the Hotel Lincoln. Parking was easy. There are a couple of lots that were close for self-park and decently priced on Chicago standards. We payed $32 for overnight. Check in was very quick. We really liked the room, it was a bit tight, but they do make great use of the space. The hotel was decked out for the holidays, which was very cute and complimented the overall boutique design. At checkin we received an offer for a happy hour drink, which we did not get a chance to take advantage of, but it was really nice that it was an option. We made our way up to the J.Parker restaurant/rooftop. There was a party going on, so only part of it was open. Beautiful views! The only downside was that the bartender was not super friendly or attentive. We just ended up grabbing a drink and going. Overall we did enjoy our stay, I wish we could have experienced Elaine's Coffee Call or the Kennison, as time did not permit. This hotel has a fabulous location in Lincoln Park, easy walk to the zoo or the beach. A number of restaurants and shops within walking distance. I would recommend staying here, especially if you are looking for a more boutique experience a little bit outside of the business of the Mag Mile/River North/Loop areas. I've also heard the rooftop is amazing in summertime. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Perfect for night at the Steppenwolf

Dec 31st, 2019

Unique little hotel with lakefront views. We loved the Kensington restaurant attached and proximity to theater (just under a mile) good for a long walk or a short Uber. Easy to get to and $30 overnight parking right across the street. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

Exceptional?

Dec 30th, 2019

I've stayed there a couple of times. I guess that reviewers that gave it 5 stars don't ever stay at Hyatts. The location is great. Not many options in Lincoln Park. Restaurants and bars and staff is good. Rooms are run down and not worth the rate. Marketed as Chique/Shabby. More shabby. If u need to be in LP, good option. Otherwise stay downtown. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Great location

Dec 27th, 2019

We stay here a lot. The location is fabulous and a very quick Uber ride to hot spots in the West Loop and Michigan Ave. The staff is always friendly and welcoming. The rooftop bar is tons of fun in the summer! There is a restaurant and a cute coffee shop on the first floor as well as breakfast on the top floor. While the hotel is not glam you are not paying prices for glitz, either. It is clean and the linens are nice. We had a jr suite and it had two bathrooms (!!). They are also dog friendly. The view of Lincoln park and the zoo is nice and there are farmers markets during the warm months and holiday lights at Christmas and Halloween events at the free zoo. Nice location! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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