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The Seneca Hotel & Suites

200 East Chestnut St., Chicago, IL 60611
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sleeplessinchicago

Friday, January 23, 2009
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can't get any sleep....
I don't know if its because I paid a cheap price on orbitz or what but this hotel is HORRIBLE. I state IS because I'm currently on my first night here. I had to call down because I could hear the entertainment from the bar at 11 on a Thursday night, THEN i discovered I didn't have noisy neighbors, but my room is next to the laundry/BREAKROOM!. I called (@ 2 in the morning - I'm currently awake) to see if I could change rooms and the front desk person stated, "I'll make a note of it and see." OH, and the sheets are so cheap, I have to lay one of my tee-shirts over my pillow because they are so rough on my face. DO NOT USE THIS HOTEL. You are paying for location only.

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Pros: location
Cons: cheap sheets, old, noisy
Recommended: Yes
serge4hair

serge4hair

Wednesday, September 10, 2008
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DAVID YOUR STYLIST AND LINDA FIELDS SALON HAS MOVED
Linda Fields salon has now moved to a better location with David Your Stylist as Director and Hairstylist and color expert. This new location is like the Ritz and I suggest if your looking for a great salon & spa this is the place to go. New and beautiful just the way you will feel when you leave too.

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Pros: ALL NEW LOCATION
Cons: have to ask the front desk where the salon is
Recommended: Yes
erin2854

erin2854

Friday, January 11, 2008
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Old, in desperate need of an upgrade
We stayed here for 1 night in September 2007. The location is very good, but the hotel itself is just...so so. The lobby was a much better impression than the rooms. Our room was very small and very old. Carpet was old and stained and the bed was rock hard with a very thin very old and worn comforter. Tiny bathroom, very plain. The little kitchenete was a nice feature though, it came in handy. The lock/door to our room was a big pain in the butt, as everytime we tried to get in our room we had to practically break down the door because it stuck so bad. Our view...oh my..never have we had such a horrible view! Our window overlooked a big brick wall that was falling apart and underneath it was about 4 dump trucks and piles of broken concrete and rubble. We were thinking on requesting a different room, but seeing that we were only there for 1 night and hardly in the room at all, we decided not to bother. Also the elevator was broken the entire afternoon and we had to climb 6 flights of stairs. Our TV was tiny (about 13") and had an antenna and got about 3 channels which we barely came in. The only thing this hotel had going for it was the location. But we will not be back.

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Pros: Location
Cons: Everything else
Recommended: Yes
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Citysearch User

Tuesday, October 23, 2007
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Great Accomodations
This hotel was recently renovated. The rooms are huge. Most are suites. We had a 1 bedroom suite. It was equivalent to 2 large hotel rooms. Included in the room were 2 bathrooms, 4 closets, a full kitchen with full size appliances, a cherry wood dining room table, and sofas just to name a few of the furnishings. The location cannot be beat. It is 1 block east of Water Tower PLace and next door to the Hancock tower. There is a restaurant on the property. Biggest negative...the price of parking. The room rates were great...less than $200. We found that to be a outstanding rate for downtown Chicago.

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Recommended: Yes
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janford

Saturday, May 12, 2007
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Gracious and Lovely
Our business has reserved rooms for associates over the past few years, and have never been disappointed. Guests are amazed at the quality of the accommodations and service in this unique setting. We are happy to be associated with the Seneca Hotel.

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Pros: pleasant accommodations and service
Cons: none
Recommended: Yes
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