Central Loop Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCentral Loop Hotel Chicago
This hotel had all the amenities that a traveler could want - it also had great location...nothing was too far from the front door and the staff were always willing to serve and please, nice change from other hotels I have stayed at. We will be staying here again in the future...love this place
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... around his neighborhood. Logan Square felt a lot like Uptown in Minnesota, full of hip bars and young people. We went a bar called Revolutions to get something to eat and beers. Chris told us he always bring his guests to this place. The pizza and beers we ordered were great. After that we walked around the block for about 2 hours. It was interesting to see one block was full of bars but next block was all historical houses.
... br> parking and reserve a spot.
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