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Abode (Chicago, Illinois)

Abode - A Bed and Breakfast in Chicago, IllinoisClick "Book Now" to reserve Abode - a bed & breakfast in Chicago, Illinois.... [more]
China Doll Country (Chicago, Illinois)

China Doll Country offers three self-contained apartment suites with private entrances. No shared facilities! In Chicago's historic Lincoln Park neighborhood.In Chicagos Lincoln Park neighborhood, China Doll Country offers three complete self-contained apartment suites with private entrances. Each... [more]
China Doll Guest House (Chicago, Illinois)

China Doll offers three self-contained apartment suites with private entrances. Designed as productivity havens for the business traveler, they also contain superb personal comfort features.In Chicagos Lincoln Park neighborhood, China Doll offers three complete self-contained apartment suites with... [more]
City Scene BnB (Chicago, Illinois)

City Scene BnB - A Bed and Breakfast in Chicago, IllinoisClick "Book Now" to reserve City Scene BnB - a bed & breakfast in Chicago, Illinois.... [more]
Old Town Chicago Guest House (Chicago, Illinois)

Old Town Chicago Guest House - A Bed and Breakfast in Chicago, IllinoisClick "Book Now" to reserve Old Town Chicago Guest House - a bed & breakfast in Chicago, Illinois.... [more]
The Wheeler Mansion (Chicago, Illinois)

This grand Italianate building had fallen on hard times -- until Debra Seger saw its potential as a bed-and-breakfast.Today, completely restored and refurbished, the Wheeler Mansion is one of the city's most charming small hotels. The Segers kept intact whatever was salvageable, including the mosaic... [more]
Benedictine Bed and Breakfast (Chicago, Illinois)

Benedictine B&B offers comfortable, completely private accomodations within the grounds of a real urban monastery in Chicago. Accommodations are provided in a seven-room loft apartment which includes 2 bedrooms (double beds), kitchenette, breakfast room, living room, bath, study (w/ telephone and... [more]
House of Two Urns (Chicago, Illinois)

Visit Wicker Park and enjoy life, art and breakfast at this charming inn near in one of Chicago's vibrant neighborhoods filled with good food, unique boutiques, nightlife and just 4 minutes to downtown museums, Mag Mile and sightseeing via the subway.

Tastefully decorated in an eclectic mix of... [more]

The Ardmore House (Chicago, Illinois)

This 106 year old newly restored Victorian Home is located four short blocks from fabulous Lake Shore Drive and Chicago's gay Hollywood Beach, and offers all the comforts of home. North of Boystown and east of the gay nightlife on Clark, the Ardmore House is the destination of choice for travelers... [more]
Windy City Urban Inn (Chicago, Illinois)

Quintessentially Chicago - this 1886 Victorian Mansion, located on a quiet street of grand old homes in the lively Lincoln Park neighborhood has been reborn as an Urban Inn. The main house has five rooms and in a seperate building the coach house has three apartment suites. Between the two... [more]
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Since its humble beginnings -- in 1835 it was just a little village on the Chicago River --- it has boomed with activity and received quite appropriately the name The City That Works. By 1870 it had become the second largest city in the nation, catching up fast with New York City. Then in 1871 what started as a small fire in a stable far to the west of the city center, became a blazing inferno that destroyed the whole inner city. But Chicagoans were resilient and fought back, creating a whole new style of architecture in the process, called the skyscraper. But there's more to Chicago than the architecture. The city is vibrant with excellent jazz and blues scenes, two great ballparks, some of America's best dining and much more.

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Handsome 1850 home in the historic district overlooks Marblehead Harbor. Enjoy water views from the fireplaced parlor, the period dining room, and from the summer breakfast porch. Home-baked breads... [more]
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