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We booked this hotel because of the location and the relative value. The prices were a little more reasonable but we did not sacrifice any quality. It is more like a boutique hotel and the views are very restricted as it is a smaller hotel...More
My husband and I were visiting Chicago for the first time to move our son into an apt. We weren't expecting this to be anything great, but we were so wrong! The Talbott is a beautiful hotel. It is kept clean and everyone is so...More
Nice hotel, a tad bit outdated but still really nice! The bell mans are super nice and helpful front desk was helpful even tho we had to ask for some things twice. The rooms were clean bathroom was clean, nice robes to use after showers....More
Lovely and charming in the heart of the city. All of the advantages of a boutique inn with the amenities of a larger hotel. We stay in Chicago often--there are many beautiful hotels, but from the time that you step inside, the Talbott feels like...More
We spent 2 nights at The Talbott and really enjoyed it. Location was perfect for us. Close enough to everything, but on a nice quiet street. We had a suite, which was very roomy and nice. Agree with comments on bellmen...they were exceptionally friendly and...More
Located just north of The Loop, Gold Coast is one of Chicago’s most affluent and popular neighborhoods. The original Playboy, Hugh Hefner, once had a mansion here. In addition to prestigious hotels, historic mansions and luxury high-rise apartments, you’ll also find upscale specialty boutiques and Michelin-starred restaurants. Walk along Oak Street for your shopping fix and dance through the night along Rush Street. The
Newberry Library is also a great stop to check out noteworthy exhibits and rare book collections.
Response from TheTalbott | Property representative |
Hi Kate, Per stay, the hotel authorizes and holds $100 on your CC or debit card at check-in to put towards any incidental charges. If no incidental charges are incurred, we will release the hold at check-out. The hold will... More
Hi Kate, Per stay, the hotel authorizes and holds $100 on your CC or debit card at check-in to put towards any incidental charges. If no incidental charges are incurred, we will release the hold at check-out. The hold will drop off your card 3 to 7 business days after check out depending on your banks process.
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