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Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels in Chicago, Illinois (2022 Updated)

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Lesbiangaybisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in the United States have evolved in recent decades. However, LGBT Americans may still face some legal and many social challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents, particularly in states with large conservative populations, such as in the Deep South; in rural areas; and in some Native American tribal nations.

U.S. federal law does not explicitly include protections against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. In June 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that sexual orientation and gender identity are included under “sex” as a prohibited ground of employment discrimination in the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Illinois is seen as one of the most progressive states in the United States in regard to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights and often viewed as one of the most liberal states in the Midwestern United States.
Chicago has a long history of being a  gay friendly town and in downtown we can find a few gay friendly bars as well as Sidetrack or Progress Bar Chicago are the most famous gay bars in Chicago, IL.
Chicago, on Lake Michigan in Illinois, is among the largest cities in the U.S. Famed for its bold architecture, it has a skyline punctuated by skyscrapers such as the iconic John Hancock Center, 1,451-ft. Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) and the neo-Gothic Tribune Tower. The city is also renowned for its museums, including the Art Institute of Chicago with its noted Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works.

 

1. City Suites Hotel 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL

City Suites Hotel
City Suites Hotel

Located in the city’s Boystown neighborhood, this Chicago hotel features Art Deco style décor, complimentary daily breakfast and free WiFi.

Every room at City Suites Chicago provides a flat-screen cable TV and a work desk. A fully-stocked mini-bar and small refrigerator are also included.

Free access to the nearby fitness center is offered for all guests at Chicago City Suites. The hotel also offers 24-hour coffee and tea services in the lobby.

Belmont CTA Station is located next to the hotel, offering easy access to top attractions and entertainment in downtown Chicago. Wrigley Field and Lincoln Park Zoo are both less than a mile away.

Across the street from an El train station, this modern, smoke-free hotel in Boystown is 0.7 miles from the lakefront and 1.6 miles from Lincoln Park.

The polished, art deco-inspired rooms feature mini fridges, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi; some have microwaves. Suites add separate living areas with a pull-out sofa.

Freebies include continental breakfast, afternoon cookies, gym access (off-site) and 24-hour coffee and tea in the lobby.

Located in the city’s Northalsted (formerly Boystown) neighborhood, this recently renovated Chicago hotel features Art Deco style décor throughout the new urban inspired lobby and remodeled guest rooms. 24-hour coffee and tea services in the lobby and free WiFi gives you the comforts of home in the Windy City. Every room at City Suites Chicago provides a flat-screen cable TV and a work desk.
A fully-stocked mini-bar and small refrigerator are also included. Naturally, you’ll want to spend the majority of your time exploring this eclectic city – from the Belmont-Central Shopping District to the famous nightlife and the countless Chicago events and festivals. Fortunately, the Belmont CTA Station is located next to the hotel, offering easy access to top attractions and entertainment in downtown Chicago. Wrigley Field and Lincoln Park Zoo are both less than a mile away. Rest assured that exceptional perks and amenities await you during your stay at our boutique hotel.
I have stayed here twice now and have been happy both times. The rates are reasonable and you are in a great location. The train is literally steps away (which does make for a bit of noise but with the AC on you couldn’t hear it at all). The area is safe and definitely walkable. The hotel is simple, so don’t expect to be pampered but it’s clean!
The location is great – right next to a CTA stop, so even on a freezing night in January, it was easy to get places. The neighborhood has lots of affordable places to eat and shop. It is a residential neighborhood as opposed to a touristy one. Our room faced a brick wall, but that meant no street noise.

The breakfast is basic – just coffee, juice, boxed cereal, toast – but enough to keep you going while you wait for your teen son to wake up (are you sensing a theme here?) Lots of places within a block or two to get a heartier breakfast, though.

There are few amenities here. No business center, no place to use a computer or printer, no exercise room, no restaurant. But it is a very good basic hotel.

It’s a short train ride into the city and located steps away from the station. The Belmont area has everything we need. The hotel is a small, boutique hotel that provides comfort at an affordable price. There is a modest “breakfast” of packaged items, fruit and coffee available each morning.
Staff is friendly. Rooms are small but comfortable and arranged as suites with sitting and sleeping areas each having their own spaces. Bathrooms are small. Radiator heat can be hard to regulate. Hotel is clean and inviting. It has a teeny-tiny elevator that fits no more than three people. No pool or gym. We really like this hotel and fits the bill for us every time we travel to Chicago. Good value and comfort.
Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL
Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL

How much does a room costs at City Suites Hotel ?

Prices start 253$/night for Queen Room. The King Suite is  269$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This suite offers a separate seating area with a sofa bed and a private bathroom with a bathtub, shower and luxury bathrobes.

Where to book online – City Suites Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL –  you can find the best hotels deals in Chicago during Chicago Pride which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Chicago IL on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

2. Hyatt Regency McCormick Place 4* – Gay Hotels Chicago

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place
Hyatt Regency McCormick Place

Boasting an ideal location directly connected to the McCormick Place convention center, this hotel offers contemporary accommodations and first-class amenities and services, and is a short drive from Chicago city center.

In addition to stunning views of Lake Michigan and central Chicago, guests staying at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place can enjoy modern business facilities and free Wi-Fi access, along with a 24-hour fitness center. The hotel also offers an indoor swimming pool and knowledgeable concierge services.

Spacious rooms at the McCormick Hyatt are furnished with all the latest technologies, including iHome, iPod and multimedia docking stations and 42-inch flat-screen TVs with expanded cable. Guests will also appreciate in-room coffee makers and large work desks.

Overlooking Lake Michigan, this upscale hotel is 2 miles from the Adler Planetarium and 4 miles from the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Modern rooms feature free Wi-Fi, 37-inch flat-screen TVs and mini fridges, as well as tea and coffee making facilities, recliners and desks. Upgraded quarters add lake views and 42-inch flat-screen TVs. Suites have living/dining rooms.

There’s an indoor heated pool with an outdoor sundeck, in addition to a 24/7 gym and a sauna. The on-site conference center has 27 rooms for hire. Dining options include an Italian restaurant, a grill restaurant and a sports bar.

Your ideas about convention hotels will instantly disappear when you stay at Hyatt Regency McCormick Place. Here, chic yet inviting décor welcomes you from the moment you enter our newly renovated Chicago Hyatt hotel, turning our expansive space into a welcoming retreat. Take in the incredible views of downtown from contemporary guest rooms, savor a variety of delicious cuisines in our popular restaurants, or relax in our indoor pool and fitness center.

Clean rooms, helpful staff, hotel self parking is covered, very convenient, it is connected to the hotel. Hotel is connected to the McCormick convention center. Room prices for downtown Chicago is very competitive for the service and quality of this hotel.

Check in and room was quite nice. I asked for a room with a view of Chicago and had a great view from Room 2413 of the Chicago downtown area and the Navy Pier and Lake Michigan. Room had empty refrigerator for placing leftovers and water. No robe or slippers. Hairdryer and iron were present.

This place looked like it would be safe, decent, not too far from the downtown stuff, and had a reasonable price compared to others in downtown. It turned out exactly what I searched for. The hotel was even nicer than I expected. Very fancy, upscale lobby. The hallway carpets were a bit worn, but not bad. The room was very nice. I paid for an upgrade to a “city view” and it was worth it. It was a little farther to downtown than I expected, I thought it would be a fairly quick walk, but it was not – took Uber which was around $7. But overall, very happy I picked this hotel and I would go back again.

Very large hotel with plenty of space to roam. Rooms are good. Breakfast buffet was good. Not too far from downtown Chicago, but far enough to take a cab. Hotel is attached to the McCormick event center via a sky walk. There were other skywalks connected to it that led you to other hotels as well. Staff was great too.

The staff was friendly and prompt answering all questions regarding marathon shuttle information and nearby dining recommendations.

The rooms were clean, we stayed on a higher floor with a view. The rooms were a good size, more than enough room for 2 adults.

The dining options were great, we ate at The Arc and Market, both were both great and convenient since we were tight on time.

The location was convenient since the expo was at McCormick Place, however with two small kids, we might opt to stay a little more centralized next time since little legs get tired easily. We took Lyft a couple times but will look into public transportation next trip.

Tips: the Chicago Trolley is a great way to see the city. Lots of good information and handy to jump on and off as you please.

Some may consider the location of the hotel as a drawback. It is somewhat far from downtown Chicago. To get to downtown, you need to take a taxi; or, you can take public transportation. I took public transportation (the L and the bus). Public transportation is easy and fast – faster than taking a taxi or Uber or Lift! By taking public transportation, I was able to get to know the city a bit better.
I consider the hotel’s distance from downtown an advantage, as it is away from the noisy downtown area, while being close enough for a quick ride to downtown.

Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago
Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago

How much does a room costs at Hyatt Regency McCormick Place ?

Prices start 164$/night for King Room with Roll-In Shower. The King Room with City View
is  193$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This triple room has a iPod dock, air conditioning and cable TV.

Where to book online– Hyatt Regency McCormick Place – Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL –  you can find the best hotels deals in Chicago during Chicago Pride which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Chicago IL on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

3. Ivy Boutique Hotel 3* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Chicago Illinois

gay friendly hotels in chicago
gay friendly hotels in chicago

Just 2 blocks away from the shopping, dining and entertainment on the Magnificent Mile, this boutique hotel is located in the heart of downtown Chicago and offers spacious rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and upscale amenities.

Featuring modern dark wood furniture and decor, all rooms at Ivy Boutique Hotel offer automatic window drapery, a 42-inch flat-screen TV and an iPod docking station. Select rooms feature a separate living room. A fully-stocked mini-bar, WiFi and in-room spa services are available for an additional fee.

DiVine Lounge offers morning breakfast and an array of signature cocktails and appetizers in the evening. Guests can enjoy skyline city views from the outdoor Sky Terrace during warm weather months.

Colorful and cosmopolitan, this upscale luxury hotel is 0.9 miles from the Art Institute of Chicago and 15 minutes from Navy Pier’s shops and restaurants.

Flashy rooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and minibars. All have marble bathrooms with rainfall showerheads; upgraded quarters add soaking tubs and mirror TVs.

There’s a hip bar/restaurant on a rooftop terrace, and the lobby features a contemporary lounge with cocktails. Guests have free access to a fitness center that is a 5-minute walk away.

Welcome to the Ivy Hotel, Chicago’s boutique hotel. Located just steps from Magnificent Mile, the Ivy Hotel provides a luxurious setting with a modern style. With only 63 guest rooms and suites, you will get to enjoy the privacy of a luxury residence, yet all of the services of an upscale hotel.
Discover room versatility when you opt for an Ivy Suite, with 675 square feet of separate living and sleeping areas, our rooms will give you the extra space needed to relax after a long day of exploring downtown Chicago. Guests are able to enjoy the tranquil setting of our rooftop lounge the Sky Terrace during the summer months, enjoy our small plates and signature cocktails delivered to your suite, or visit Divine Lounge open year-round. Everything in this luxury boutique Chicago hotel speaks to custom designed functionality coupled with an aura of luxury and privacy.
This is a boutique hotel, so there are not many rooms. This can be a good reason to stay at Ivy Hotel. Clean, nice rooms within walking distance to Michigan Ave.
The Ivy is one of our absolute favorite hotels in Chicago. It’s small, quaint, stylish, and VERY well located with only 63 guest rooms with maybe five rooms/suites per floor. Our King suite was spacious with a separate bed and living room area. It was quiet, as we did not hear other guests or too much street/city noise. The bathroom was large and lux with a big comfy soaking tub, a separate shower and double vanity. Good water pressure and plenty of hot water. Big fluffy high quality bath towels. The overall decor is modern and very attractive; pictures from their website are true representation. Our bed was DREAMY with crisp, fresh smelling top-notch linens and wonderful pillows. The beds are platform style and very low to the ground (watch your shins!).
The Ivy is a low rise (16 stories) compared to the surrounding buildings so views are land locked and pretty basic. We always request a room facing the street to view the cityscape below but I’m thinking the non-street facing rooms may be more quiet without direct access to the street if you are concerned about that. We had plenty of natural light from the wall-to-wall floor to ceiling windows. Be mindful of your privacy as you can clearly see into the buildings across the street so of course they can see you! Nice automated blackout drapes.

There was a desk and chair to set up our laptop and the WiFi and overall connectivity in the suite was good and supported our needs. Very tiny closet space; no way to free-hang coats or dresses due to the safe being in the way. Big TV in the living area as well as the bedroom area. Small wet bar, coffee maker and mini fridge to store personal drinks and snacks. Must request ice. Nice bar in the lobby for evening cocktails and they have a fabulous outdoor terrace (seasonal and weather permitting).

The service was excellent although somewhat short staffed as there was often only one person manning the front desk and they were the same peeps that would deliver extra towels and ice so it took a bit of a wait for requested items. However, every staff member we encountered where incredibly friendly, welcoming and helpful.

The location of this hotel is EXCELLENT and perfect for a downtown Chicago experience; close to many restaurants, bars and shoppingMichigan Ave and the heart of the Magnificent Mile is just two short blocks/six minute scenic stroll away. Great deep dish at Gino’s East (10 min scenic walk), wonderful healthy flame grilled Peri-Peri chicken right next door at Nando’s, and a perfect steak and cocktails on the corner at The Capital Grille. Great old school Chicago tavern on the corner and a Whole Foods, Target and Walgreens 10 min walk away. Tip: we always UBER to Lincoln Park for deep dish at Pequod’s; not fancy but definitely FAB! Just sayin…

The Ivy is lovely; we LOVE staying here! Enjoy.

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How much does a room costs at Ivy Boutique Hotel ?

Prices start 271$/night for Queen Studio. The King Suite is  279$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This suite features 2 mounted flat-screen TVs and a separate living room with a large sofa and work desk. The private bathroom includes a rainfall shower head and separate bath tub.

Where to book online Ivy Boutique Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL –  you can find the best hotels deals in Chicago during Chicago Pride which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Chicago IL on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

4. Hotel Versey Days Inn by Wyndham Chicago 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago

chicago gay hotels
chicago gay hotels

Just 2 miles away from Wrigley Field and Lake Michigan’s North Avenue Beach, this boutique hotel is located Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood and combines the local culture, music and art of the city to provide a unique lodging experience for travelers.

Every room at Hotel Versey Days Inn by Wyndham Chicago provides a 50-inch flat-screen TV with premium cable channels and livestream capabilities. A Nespresso coffee machine is also included.

Guests can enjoy complimentary access to the LA Fitness facility located next to the property. Complimentary WiFi and daily newspapers can be enjoyed.

The famed shopping, dining and entertainment of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile is 3 miles away from the hotel. Lincoln Park Zoo is a 5-minute drive away.

Surrounded by shops and restaurants, this casual hotel with a trendy vibe is 1 mile from both the Lincoln Park Zoo and Wrigley Field, a storied baseball stadium. It’s an 8-minute walk from El trains at Diversey station.

Featuring vibrant, Chicago-inspired decor, the down-to-earth rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as Nespresso machines and safes. Upgraded rooms and suites add mini fridges, microwaves and/or sofa beds. Kids age 17 and under stay at no additional charge.

There’s a cool, colorful lobby lounge. Breakfast and valet parking are available for a fee.

About Hotel Versey Formerly the Days Inn Chicago, Hotel Versey is a completely renovated modern lifestyle located in the safe and exciting Lincoln Park/Lakeview neighborhood, just three miles north of downtown Chicago. The hotel features a bold design with artwork from Chicago-based artists, as well as a variety of retail outlets and a street-front restaurant & bar opening in late 2017. Located at the iconic intersection of Diversey Parkway, Clark Street and Broadway Street, the new Hotel Versey celebrates the iconic building’s history and serves as a hub for families, the sports oriented, the business-minded, multicultural guests from around the world, and the LGBTQ community.
Guest Amenities The guestrooms are designed to serve as sophisticated, fun hideaways that bring the comfort of home to a guest’s stay in Chicago. Each room is equipped with modern amenities including complimentary WiFi, 50-inch HDTVs with premium programming, and SoniCast, allowing guests to stream their favorite TV shows, movies, and music directly to their room. Nespresso coffee machines and signature luxury linens round out the standard room offerings, while executive rooms accommodate business and long-term travelers with the addition of a microwave and refrigerator. Hotel guests also receive complimentary access to the neighboring L.A.
Fitness center and are conveniently located close to a plethora of local restaurants and retail shops outside the hotel’s front door. Additional partnerships include an ongoing relationship with Wyndham Hotel Group and co-branding through Days Inn, which allows guests staying at Hotel Versey the opportunity to continue earning Wyndham Rewards.
The best parts of this hotel were the location and the decor/ feel of the place. It seemed to be a renovated old apartment building. Loved the decorated wallpaper behind the bed and the natural light in the bathroom. Room was comfortable and very clean. Room and lobby had a hip/hostel/ international feel to it. As a gay guy, this was a great location – very close to Boystown area with gay bars. within walking distance of many restaurants, Target, Divvy bike rental stations, Trader Joes right across the street. The lake and park are a 15 min walk away, with great views of downtown.
It was gay-pride weekend and for the most part, no problems with our personal space getting violated or harassed. A lot had to do with the accessibility of the hotel. I think it was quiet for a busy part of the city and the only recommendation is king-sized bed availability.
I took a mini-vacation to Chicago, a getaway to do Boy’s Town and dance at Charlie’s. Hotel Versey Days Inn was the right location and the right price  and I didn’t expect much more than that. Turned out to be a much nicer room than I anticipated. The staff was always cheerful and helpful, directing me to shopping and dining in the neighborhood.
This is an older 4 story hotel at Clark in Diversey, just a couple of blocks from Lincoln Park, the Lake, and Boystown. Not far from Wrigley Park, either. The rooms have been nicely renovated, and the Business Plus rooms are particularly nice, with microwave and refrigerator. There are MANY good places to eat in the area, and a good variety of night life.
A great location for gay travelers. You’ll also find lots of international guests. The have the longest hours on the continental breakfast of any hotel I’ve ever seen–6:30-11:00. There is a good variety of offerings at the breakfast, as well. Friendly staff. Valet parking is a bit pricey, but you don’t really need a car, the El is about 5 blocks away.
Top notch service here at the Hotel Versey. Staff was Amazing. Room was great. Older building but room was still fantastic. Price point was good considering it’s location to Wrigleyville and to Lincoln Park as well as the Gold Coast. Definitely plan to stay here on my next visit to Chicago.
Room is similar to other big city boutique hotel rooms,but oddly shaped (resembled the shape of Nevada). Tiny bathroom with no room for hair and makeup stuff, even though it has the only mirror in the room. Small desk with Nespresso machine that we couldn’t get to work, but it was okay because there’s a Starbucks and Stan’s Donuts steps away.
This location is super convenient to axe throwing, a movie theater, dining, shopping, stage plays, bus routes. Parking is available at the mall behind the hotel which is perfectly adequate. The area felt really safe, and we had no problem walking the neighborhood. I wouldn’t mind staying there again.
Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL
Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL

How much does a room costs at Hotel Versey Days Inn by Wyndham Chicago ?

Prices start 98$/night for Queen Room. The King Room is  106$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This room includes a private bathroom with a hairdryer and complimentary bath amenities.

Where to book online– Hotel Versey Days Inn by Wyndham Chicago – Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL –  you can find the best hotels deals in Chicago during Chicago Pride which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Chicago IL on Booking.com or Trip.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

5. Eurostars Magnificent Mile 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago

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gay hotels in chicago

This boutique Chicago hotel is located in the heart of city, just 5 minutes’ walk from the luxury shops of the Magnificent Mile. It features modern rooms with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi.

Each room at Eurostars Magnificent Mile offers a mini-bar with chilled wine and floor-to-ceiling windows.

A fitness center is located on site, along with concierge services.

This hotel is within 10 minutes’ walk of the Museum of Contemporary Art. Navy Pier is 1 miles away.

Set in the lively River North neighborhood, this polished hotel is a mile from both Millennium Park and its iconic reflective bean sculpture, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, the sleek rooms offer Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffee making facilities. Suites add living rooms and/or rainfall showers. An upgraded suite comes with a gym and a bar.

Amenities consist of a chic restaurant, a lobby bar and a rooftop cocktail bar with a terrace. There’s also a fitness center and a posh spa with a sauna. Parking and breakfast are available, both for a surcharge.

Eurostars Magnificent Mile is located in the heart of Chicago, in the prestigious River North neighborhood, surrounded by the shops, bars and restaurants of the iconic Magnificent Mile. The hotel features an industrial-chic style with exposed concrete ceilings and avant-garde elements which contrast with the wooden floors and soft tones of all the rooms, creating a cozy atmosphere.
Moreover, there is a wellness area offering a wide variety of beauty and massage treatments, as well as a sauna. Guests can also enjoy dinner at the Portsmouth restaurant, which serves fish and seafood, or end the day while tasting a cocktail on the Apogee terrace.
I personally loved the exposed concrete urban feel of room, small balcony but atleast a balcony with view. Up to date decorations and bath, we were fans of double sided shower to be either curtained off or open for your loved one to see****. Loved the bed, the nice service everywhere except for the first guy who took our luggage to hold after checkout on july 28th sun at 12pm. the second guy was nice. All service was to our satisfaction especially the door man they rocked and were always pleasant. Very gay friendly hotel!! Reasonably priced room service. Good location, 2 block walk to chicago redline L stop. Very happy with stay and wouldn’t want to stay anywhere else.
We had three nights here as part of our big gay honeymoon road trip across the States. It’s a fabulous hotel with fabulous staff and fabulous rooms… both the ones we were given.

his boutique hotel is conveniently situated within walking distance to all the main attractions in Chicago, restaurants and subway.

Check in is 3pm and check out is 12pm. Check in itself was quick and painless and the staff were very friendly and helpful.

The hotel has a restaurant, a trendy bar, spa, gym and rooftop terrace but we didn’t visit those so unable to comment further.

The rooms themselves (ours was a king deluxe) are spotlessly clean, with a king sized bed, mini bar, air conditioning, safe, iron/ironing board, big LCD TV with cable channels, complimentary toiletries, robes/slippers and a huge rainfall shower. Our bedding was changed daily as were the towels (even though we hung them up), so housekeeping was probably a bit over-efficient.

There is also complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel which was decent and fast.

Distance from O’hare airport is roughly 16 miles and an Uber cost approx $30.

Overall; an enjoyable stay and good value for money.

Eurostars offers a descent accommodation within downtown Chicago. Within a walking distant to some of the nice restaurants and shops around Magnificent Mile. I hardly used a taxi or bus on the trip.

Buffet Breakfast is quite basic – cereal, yoghurt, breads, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages, fruits and juices. However I think there is opportunity for you to order more options if the menu. Descent minibar with a wide selection of wines. The gym facility is quite small but felt it was quite adequate for the occasional crowd I encountered.

The room was comfy. I will likely visit again but may consider other options for the price. Spent my first 3 nights but did the remainder nights at Hyatt Regency and it made me wonder a bit on the pricing vs value.

Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL
Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL

How much does a room costs at Eurostars Magnificent Mile ?

Prices start 131$/night for Deluxe King Room. The Deluxe Suite is  348$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This room includes a private bathroom with a hairdryer and complimentary bath amenities.

Where to book online– Eurostars Magnificent Mile – Gay Friendly Hotels Chicago IL –  you can find the best hotels deals in Chicago during Chicago Pride which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Chicago IL on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.