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I stayed at the Jaslin earlier this May. The room was small but clean, with a good location for my Chicago activities. Just be careful when the hotel asks for an additional $100 deposit on top of the room payment. It took 2.5 weeks of...More
This is a fresh spot in Chinatown. The lobby is well appointed and modern. The rooms are small (but we really didn't spend a lot of time here as we were hoofing our way through the city taking in all the attractions) and also clean...More
Hotel is basic, clean and beds are comfortable. Area reasonably safe. Extremely well located for public transit - a short walk from both the red and green lines and on a bus route direct to McCormick Place. No breakfast supplied but there's a Starbucks next...More
If you're looking for someplace to stay near Chinatown, look no further than the Jaslin Hotel. Step outside the front door and you're in the midst of it all. Nice hotel. Clean, but very simple. Now there's even a Starbucks attached to it!
It’s a very beautiful hotel but the rooms are a little too small for my taste. It offer breakfast but there aren’t many options and the space for it is small and not very private. The staff is nice. It’s very close to Chinatown and...More
Chinatown may be one of Chicago’s smallest neighborhoods geographically, but it's big on character, colors, sights, sounds, and flavors. In this South Side neighborhood, you’ll find authentic Chinese restaurants dotting the length of Wentworth Avenue. After a meal of dim sum, noodles, duck or other tantalizing food specialties, satiate your visual appetite with dozens of public art sculptures
sprinkled throughout the neighborhood ranging from animal structures to pagodas, a tile mosaic, Chinatown Gate, and a Buddhist Temple.