Earliest check-in 16:00, Latest check-out 12:00, Number of luxury rooms 0, Business hotel, Trade fair/conference hotel, child-friendly hotel, No-smoking room 0
1 W WASHINGTON ST, 60602 Chicago, United States of America
- Station (Chicago - Union Railway Station) 1.06 km
- City centre (Chicago) 0.36 km
- Airport (Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW)) 14.92 km
- Diners Club
- American Express
- Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Accepted payment methods
- Hotel-owned car park
- Restaurant(s) 1
- Hotel bar
- WLAN with Internet access in lobby
- Pets permitted
Evaluations of Staypineapple The Loop
The staff was very friendly and helpful. I wanted to change my room for a more quiet one that didn´t face the street and it all worked out very well. Great location right downtown and close to the blue line that goes straight to the airport.
Room facing the street (Washington/State) was very noisy, I could hear the traffic and sirens all night. The rooms don´t have key cards but regular keys. Everyone can go up the elevator, it didn´t seem very secure. On the last morning of my stay, someone just opened my door while I was still asleep in my bed. This was at 7am and although they had knocked, they didnt wait for me to answer before opening the door. When I said hello the person quickly closed the door and disappeared. At around 9AM the hotel had an evacuation drill where they tested the audio messaging system so they started playing very loud music through the speaker system. At this time, 2 men walked into my room again without knocking, claiming to want to check if the speaker was working. When they saw me in the room they apologized and went away. This was all very unsettling and it made me feel very unsafe. I complained at reception but they seemed to think I was overreacting. The didn't charge me for the internet connection as an apology. I will not return to this hotel and I definitely do not recommend it to anyone.
rooms small but very clean and quiet
The room was lovely and very quiet. Small to be called a suite, but as it is an historic building, that is understandable.
The bed was described as a king, but it was not bigger than a standard queen bed. For the price paid, I would expect a bed bigger than described rather than one much smaller than described.