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ACME Hotel: Hip Boutique Hotel in the Center

ACME hotel has been modeled into a rather hip hotel. The furniture and decor is new and modern. They use lots of artistic license in their decorating - for example, one of the walls in my room was painted as a large canvas of denim with a zipper opening down the middle. The mirror in the bathroom also had a back-lit red pair of lips nearly 18" wide...

The standard rooms are small, but the suites (with separate living area) are quite spacious. The beds are very comfortable and give a great night sleep. My only real complaint was that the doors were rather thin, so sound would carry through the hallway.

But speaking of the hallways, every room has a small chalk board on it, where the guests can showcase their artistry, leave notes for each other or the hotel staff.

The hotel offers free WiFi, discounted parking at the adjacent garage ($29/day), and complimentary self-service breakfast. There is also a small gym and very basic business center.

The rooms are equipped with Apple/iPod friendly hook-ups. So you can just plug in to the stereos, alarm clocks, etc.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Business Travel
  • Written November 21, 2012

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Four Points by Sheraton Chicago O'Hare Airport: Airport Hotel

Selecting a hotel at the airport is such an oxymoron. You wanna get some sleep but the airplanes coming and going are noisy and keep you awake. We happen to be flying into O'Hare at midnight and our connecting flight wasn't leaving until 7am the next morning which meant arrival to our destination at 9am. I didn't want to waste that day with being tired so I thought it would be wise to try to get some sleep. For the $86 overnight stay, it was worth it! The hotel is not too close to the airport, maybe 10-15 minutes away. The airport shuttle for the hotel arrives at the airport every 20-30 minutes, 24 hours a day. So, I didn't have to make special arrangements.
The hotel itself is a no frills kind of place. It was clean and all the ammenties worked. The comfort of the beds was so-so. I guess I should say I was able to sleep.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written May 21, 2009

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