Time Out says
The 500-beds makes this Hostel International quarters the second largest hostel (in capacity) within the US. In 2000 the 1886 building was renovated and it shows. From picturesque windows to the lobby’s doric columns, ornamentations are free to shine. Discovering Chicago just got easier with HI-Chicago’s walking tours and discounts on attractions like the John Hancock Observatory and Sears Tower. *High-speed internet (free wireless in public spaces).
24 E Congress Pkway
|Cross street:||at S State St|
|Transport:||El stop: Brown, Orange, Pink, Purple (rush hrs) to Library; Red to Harrison. Bus: 2, 6, 10.|
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