Chicago November 08, 2017
These 7 Bed And Breakfasts In Chicago Are Perfect For A Getaway
The Chicago area is full of hotels, and there are some so great that even locals choose to take a staycation! From romantic escapes to urban oases, these seven bed and breakfasts in and around the city will provide you with relaxation and comfort unlike you’ve ever experienced.
There’s no better place to vacation than to one of these amazing stay-aways. Keep scrolling for more details.
1. The Publishing House (108 N May Street)
With 11 urban suites to choose from, this rustic hotel is housed in the former Free Methodist Publishing House, which was built in 1909. Renovated in 2007 to accommodate guests, each room consists of large living and dining areas with chic decor.
2. The Polo Inn Bridgeport (3322 S Morgan Street)
This interesting hotel began as a nut and candy shop in 1985 and soon after expanded to include a cafe. In 2008, the Bridgeport Bed & Breakfast was added to give guests a place to stay where rooms are spacious and hospitality is key.
3. Villa D' Citta (2230 N Halsted Street)
One of the top bed and breakfasts in the city, this Tuscan-style getaway has been in operation since 2009. Located near a boutique shopping district in Lincoln Park, you'll find that each upscale room is expertly designed to be unique in its own way. You can find more details about this luxurious hotel in our previous
about this one-of-a-kind spot.
4. House 5863 (5863 N Glenwood)
Dedicated to urban style and modern comfort, this beautiful place offers simple accommodations and a continental breakfast. There are many common areas for relaxing and meeting others, but you'll likely find yourself enjoying the nearby lakefront.
5. Lang House Bed & Breakfast (7421 N Sheridan Road)
Set in a prairie-style mansion from 1919, this Rogers Park paradise features five distinct bedrooms. Just off the Red Line, it is ideal for couples and even parties (weddings, corporate events, etc.) of up to 60 guests. A spa and sauna make for the most tranquil vacation.
6. Stone Porch by the Lake (300 Church Street in Evanston)
Just north of the city in the gorgeous suburb of Evanston sits this lakeside getaway that's too lovely for words. The home was built in 1889 and has been restored to include five suites. You'll probably want to stay in them all at some point.
7. Welcome Inn Manor Bed and Breakfast (4563 S Michigan Avenue)
This Queen Anne-style historic home was built in 1893 and is only a few minutes from the Loop. Each room has a different theme with unique decor - like lighting, mood music, and art - to tie it together.
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