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Modern B&B with nice rooms, good amenities, and great hospitality. Owners and staff are friendly and accommodating. Short walk to some of the best restaurants in town and easy access to The Loop. Our new favorite place to stay in Chicago - sure beats a...More
The Publishing House Bed and Breakfast is a well designed, well thought, well performed little gem that you would find yourself very comfortable.
The room I stayed (rooms do not have numbers, they have their names, mine was Everleigh) was very comfortable, it had high...More
I walked in and thought "This is a B&B?" The entire building is beautifully done! It feels luxurious yet cozy and inviting. Like a perfectly decorated home that you want to live in. My room was absolutely adorable and the moment I laid on the...More
I absolutely loved my stay at The Publishing House B&B. I am not sure how Kim and Shawn did it but they got every detail just right so it is the most relaxing and inviting place I have ever experienced. The open, light-filled third floor...More
I had made reservations for my wife and myself for our anniversary. Unfortunately I had to cancel due to my wife getting emergency hip surgery a month before our trip. I called at that time to cancel, the woman I spoke with told me she...More
Fulton Market, Randolph Market, Jackson Boulevard and Greek Town make up the West Loop. The neighborhood is best known as the location of Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Studios, but this downtown neighborhood is also an up-and-coming spot for Chicago’s trendsetters. Several sub-neighborhoods within West Loop make this a unique neighborhood to visit. Dotted with factories and warehouses, West Loop is packed with various types of
dining and nightlife options. If your timing is right, you can take part in neighborhood events like the West Loop Farmers Market, Craft Beer Fest, or the Randolph Street Market Festival.
Response from Russell R | Reviewed this property |
It’s a hike but you can take public transportation, rent a city bike, Uber/Lyft, etc.. it’s a straight walk down one long street. But you will love the hotel/B&B. It’s an absolute pleasure staying there