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We were so looking forward to staying in this heritage home. The location is great, but that doesn't make up for the dirt. The dishes supplied to us in the 3rd floor suite were dusty and dirty; the bathroom had not been cleaned for ages....More
Hansen House is advertised as a Bed and Breakfast, however, the breakfast is a cellophane wrapped small biscotti and tea or coffee. The place is well located but not clean. Needs painting!! Believe me, you can do better for the money in Chicago!!! I would...More
Having lived in the Lincoln Park nieghborhood for many years in the 1980s, I wanted to share a "real Chicago" experience with my friend who had never been to Chicago. The Hansion Mansion enabled just that... charming "1880's brownstone", full of beautiful wood, Victorian antiques,...More
My parents stayed here for three days while visiting us in Chicago. It's a great location (Lincoln Park neighborhood is the best!). The house is impeccably maintained and the room (Architect's Chamber) was spacious, clean and comfortable.
Would absolutely recommend.
I always try to stay at historic places with charm when I travel, and Hansen House was my perfect choice for my first visit to Chicago. I loved the neighborhood, it made me see something more than downtown during my two day stay, and still...More
Head to the North Side of Chicago for a stroll through one of the city’s greenest neighborhoods. Lincoln Park boasts over 1200 acres of green space complete with a free zoo open to visitors year-round. This pedestrian-friendly neighborhood is lined with parks, row homes, boutiques, taverns, and nature. Lincoln Park itself borders the lakefront area offering peaceful views of the water and the Chicago skyline.
The Lincoln Park Conservatory is one of the most popular attractions in the area, with the Chicago History Museum a close second. Armitage Avenue is where you’ll find great shopping from high-end retailers and small boutiques, whereas Clark Street houses cafes and restaurants. For more highbrow entertainment, walk along Lincoln Avenue to find some of Chicago’s finer museums and theaters.