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  • Kathleen C.

    Cute cute cute spot in Wicker Park. This is a great alternative to larger hotels and it is conveniently located if you want to explore the area. There is free parking as well, so it makes it great for those traveling in from out of town with a car. The rooms are nice and from what I heard, the staff is really friendly. It can be hard to get a reservation at times since it's small, but definitely worth checking out.

  • Tony M.

    Wow.. can't say enough positive about this place! Hmm, amazing breakfast choices in the morning, with all sorts of high quality protein and milk. My "Chicago" room was spotless as can be. Bathrooms were clean as well. Robin the front desk gal was so, so nice. She helped me out a few times when I couldn't open the damn door! Will stay here again!

  • Kimberly R.

    I stayed in the Garden Apartment in Aug '13 for my birthday & it was amazing. Perfect location and staff was beyond nice & helpful. The apartment was very clean and comfortable. Check in was quick. The street the B&B is on is beautiful & quiet & a very short walk to all the action on Damen & Milwaukee. I visit Chicago often & will only stay here on my future visits.

  • frank c.

    Great location, staff, breakfast. Great neighborhood with lots of cool shops, restaurants and bars, and good access to public trasit. I would stay there again. Highly recommended. Especially with very high hotel costs in the city!

  • Kat B.

    I really know what to expect here after reading the Yelp reviews - so thanks, y'all! My husband and I stayed in the Tuscan room during our anniversary weekend in Chicago. We had read that the walls are thin, and they are - and the floors! I could hear the people above us stamping away. And there's the train noise... But we're New Yorkers, we tune it all out! This would NOT be a good B&B for light sleepers. The room was great, though - really great water pressure in the shower (that's important!) and I liked that we had our own private entrance. Tres romantique! Breakfast was good - in my opinion, a bit on the continental breakfast-side for being a bed and breakfast, but good nonetheless. I was really impressed with the staff. I realized after checking in and paying that I forgot to check in on Yelp for the 5% discount. I emailed the staff and the woman at the desk dropped off a check for the difference! I was really impressed. The part of town that Wicker Park Inn is in is great. Tons to do - it's basically the Brooklyn of Chicago. Go to Antique Taco - yum! I would definitely stay here again!

  • Karah T.

    Excellent place to stay. Breakfast was just right, and the host was very helpful and knowledgeable. Wicker Park inn is very close to fun shops and restaurants but quiet enough to feel like home away from.home.

  • Larissa A.

    The Boy and I recently spent an extended weekend in Chicago. The Wicker Park Inn was recommended by a friend and it was excellent. From booking the room and our delayed arrival to being great about holding our luggage for a few hours the staff was friendly and helpful. We stayed in the "Blue Line Room", and yes it is basically ON The L tracks, no big whoop. By the time we got back to our room at night we were so tired it didn't matter, if you are used to typical city noise it shouldn't be a big deal. During our stay the room was kept very clean, the walls are a little thin. I was startled a couple of times out of sleep in the AM by doors slamming. Bu that is more the rudeness of people who slam doors and my hate of it. The Location!! Easy to get to all the Wicker Park/Bucktown bars and restaurants, a short ride on the bus/subway to downtown and touristy places. This was the perfect place for us for our weekend! I have thanked my friend more than one for the rec and would recommend Wicker Park Inn to friends in the future. Hope to see you soon Chicago!

  • Janell W.

    We stayed four nights in the Wicker Park Guest Room and thoroughly enjoyed it. The location was great! The place and our room was charming. Our room was downstairs, just inside the front door of the main house. Noise was a bit of an issue. We heard the front door a couple of times, and we heard our neighbors a few times, but it wasn't a big deal. Breakfast was continental-style: croissants, scones, bagels, fruit, cereal, yogurt, juice, etc. My only complaint would be the weekend host. We stayed Thursday thru Sunday nights. Friday and Monday mornings the host was a very personable gal (unfortunately we didn't get her name) who was friendly, cheerful and helpful. The Saturday and Sunday gal was really sub-par for a B&B host. She was in the office that's just off the kitchen and only came out when we requested it; both coffee carafes were empty, so we had to ask her to come out to make more coffee. She was wearing a ski cap and padding around in her socks as though she was in her own living room. She reminded us of a teenager who'd been left to mind the shop, but her focus was clearly somewhere else. Perhaps she was only minding the place for that particular weekend? (Again, we didn't get her name either.) However, it was the only weekend we were there, and it's definitely not what you expect when you're staying in such a lovely B&B.

  • Chris C.

    Great location and free street parking. We stayed for one night in the Cape Cod room. The bathroom is small but room had plenty of space to throw suitcases on floor and spread out. The staff seemed friendly but we missed breakfast after long night/morning of drinking. I would stay here again as price is right around economy rates at other places in the city. The ability to walk or catch a cab without moving our car was priceless.

  • Kat S.

    Love it here! I wish my bed and bathroom at home were this cute. Perfect location for hipsters like us. It was so easy to walk to all the bars and shops we wanted to check out. It is located on a residential one block street between Milwaukee and Division. The staff were all friendly and helpful. They even allowed us to leave our beer purchases at the Inn after we checked out so they wouldn't freeze in the car while we continued to explore for the day. We had a fireplace in our room so we stayed in one night to cozy up and drink/relax. We will use this location any time we visit. Much more fun than staying downtown. My one and only slight issue would be that it is not very soundproof, so don't plan on getting too excited with your significant other. We live together, so weren't too heartbroken about it. Thanks for the great time, Wicker Park Inn!

  • S J.

    We stayed last Saturday and it was our second stay in about a little over a month. We were not able to get the same room we had last time (Blue Line room), so reserved a bigger room for a bit more money. It was wonderful, spotless, cozy, all good! There are many bars, restaurants, lots to do! Love Wicker Park Inn.

  • Jordan G.

    Highly recommended, We had the Chicago room, it was Excellent! Private Balcony was a killer bonus! Very clean, great staff, excellent spread of breakfast choices. Great location, just do it already, hands down legit.

  • Rhonda G.

    Love. I stayed here with friends who were in town visiting for a girls weekend. This was a great choice. Tuscan room, private entrance, private bath, felt as though we were hanging out at a friend's house all weekend. Perfect location for getting out and about for dining and debauchery but also quaint inside for lounging and watching a bit of horrible TV (they have cable). Staff is incredibly nice and they do a great job taking care of the inn. I appreciate little special touches like complimentary makeup remover wipes in the bathroom and free parking passes! I don't typically like continental breakfasts and I definitely don't usually like interacting with other guests in the morning. However, the breakfast at the Inn was nice because they had a little something for everyone and the table was set quite nicely. We met some people from Brazil and it wasn't as weird as you might think having breakfast in your pj's with strangers might be. Definitely recommend this place not only for your guests but for yourself. Playing tourist in your own city has its perks!

  • M K.

    The location of the Wicker Park Inn is fantastic. The walls are thin and the floors creek. If you have the room on the first floor forget about having a good night's sleep. Impossible. Tried to get coffee two mornings and there just wasn't any, trudged down to the 7-11 instead. Third day didn't even bother. Never tried the breakfast since there wasn't any coffee. Very clean and well appointed. I would stay here again because of the convenience of the location.

  • Maggie S.

    Robin was amazing! She helped plan all of our travel routes in the city and was very accommodating with check in & check out times. Very clean room with comfy beds. No hidden surprises. Loved it and am hooked on B&Bs for life now!

  • Eugenia G.

    I had a lovely visit at Wicker Park Inn in December! I booked through Yelp and stayed for one Friday night in Cape Cod Room. The room was very cozy and clean, and the host was friendly and attentive. The kitchenette area is cute and neat, and has some snacks available outside of breakfast. The host was out of the B&B during part of the breakfast time window, but quickly and apologetically set out food again when she returned and helped me check out. The pastries and fruit were fresh and delicious! They have a spot to store your luggage for the day before your flight, so that is really helpful. The location is blocks from many amazing Wicker Park restaurants and coffeeshops, but the B&B is on a side street that is pretty quiet and mellow. I felt totally fine walking around in the area at night, and there is a lot to do! Public transit (bus & train) is readily accessible.

  • Stefan K.

    Honestly, I don't know where to start from... It does NOT get any better than this in hospitality industry, period! I travel a lot and I do know what it means to come back home after week of travelling the country..... I would never trade my bed for any of the hotels' I ve stayed in, and believe me, I ve seen some nice ones..... Until now. This place makes me feel not wanting to come back home. I don't want to leave! We booked somewhat reluctantly, based on a simple recomendation of a nearby full hotel... And what a blessing! Robin from the staff made us feel at home as soon as she run across the street to hang us the parking permits. We happen to occupy the Bucktown apartment and enjoyed the lavish, yet so stylish settings of a modern urban condo. The area reminded me of a quiet Bostonian Back Bay side street, yet it had something more to it... There are at least fifteen local restaurants within walking distance, choices are fantastic. From immaculate cleanness, through the soft and comfortable bedding, sparkling glass bath, fully equipped kitchen, to the Diego Riveira's prints on walls.... everything was quietly making me feel ... complete. I will, for the best of my knowledge, always stay at Wicker Park Inn, everytime I come to Chicago, even if it means sitting hours in traffic to cross the city to my job-related point....

  • Angela R.

    I stayed for one night in the Cape Cod room. Cute place. The staff is super friendly - one of the best parts of the experience. The room was cute. Comfortable and charming. The absolute best part about WPI is the location. You can't beat it!!! Totally makes it worth it. I really liked this place, and found it to be accommodating, however the walls are so freaking thin that I am not sure if I could suck it up again to stay here. I really want to, but I didn't sleep at all. It was pretty bad, and makes me sad because everything else about this place is just right!! Maybe ear plugs would make it possible?? Maybe there is a better room where I can't hear every word my neighbors are saying, as well as hear them go to the bathroom 50 times during the night and take showers when they got home at 2am. I don't know...If I weren't there for business the next day, it might have been more excusable. Super cute place though with great staff. Pack your ear plugs and it just might work for you!

  • Monica S.

    This place is supa cute. I stayed in the Blue Line Room which is aptly named given the train is practically in the back porch. If you are a light sleeper, don't stay in that room (there is a reason the room comes with earplugs). I happen to enjoy the sound of the city noises so I found it charming, but I also have no problems sleeping. The Blue Line is separate from the rest of the inn, really private with its own entrance, kitchen, bathroom. On the flip side, it is isolated so don't expect to interact with other guests or get to the common areas. If you want to keep to yourself it's a good room. However, it is on the ground floor so if you want sunlight, then opening the curtains means sharing your experience with the neighbors. Micky gave me the lay of the land when I first got there, and he is right, it is smack in the middle of Milwaukee & Division so you get the best of both worlds --- trendier upscale and cheap local hang out. Inkeepers really friendly and helpful. All in all I enjoyed the local flavor and avoiding another boring hotel experience. WPI is a few stops from either the loop or the airport, and the price is right. Would definitely recommend it to others who want to experience the "Brooklyn of Chicago".

  • K K.

    We stayed in the Bucktown Apartment, which is across the street from the B&B proper. It's a 3 bedroom apt with a full kitchen, so the "breakfast" of b&b is not included, but it's great if you want to stock up on bagels and fruit and have breakfast in your jammies. One note - the website says it sleeps six, but two of the bedrooms are pretty small. The room with the trundle bed would be completely full of bed if you pulled it out. Luckily, there were only four of us, so it was perfect. The location is great for dining, shopping, and bar-hopping, and offers easy access to the blue line for hitting other neighborhoods. Definitely recommend, and we hope to stay there again!

  • Sari M.

    I stayed here with my husband last weekend and we stayed in the Provence Room. Robin greeted us when we arrived. She was super friendly and gave us lots of great info about restaurants, things to do in the area, and how to get there via public transportation. This B&B is in a great location off of Milwaukee Ave, with a diverse assortment of restaurants, unique clothing stores, record stores, bars, and coffee shops. The Wicker Park Inn was cozy and inviting. The sheets and the room in general was very very clean. The bathroom (ours was a private one in the hall) was also very very clean and comfortable. We felt like home having the kitchen/dining room area right outside our room and always stocked with delicious snacks and drinks. Breakfast was great with croissants, fresh fruit, yogurts, bagels, and more. We really felt at home here and will come back, possibly this summer.

  • Justine F.

    Our stay in the three bedroom apartment (across the street from the B+B AND the train noise) was lovely! The guests checking out the night before were leaving a little later than allowed and our hostess was most accommodating. The beds weren't out of this world --but they were fine. We finished a long night of bachelorette celebrations (Violet Hour and Danny's ...both very close) here. Since our room did not include food (there's a kitchen in the apartment), Wicker Park Inn has a perfect location for a wide variety of brunch the next morning (Bongo Room, Milk + Honey), too.

  • Rebecca P.

    I'm so glad this is where I stayed for my first trip to Chicago. For starters, you probably can't find a better location in the city, especially for such a cheap price tag. It's a block off Milwaukee Ave and an easy 10 minute walk away from the Duncan L stop, so should you find yourself bored of exploring the Wicker Park neighborhood (a difficult feat), you can take the train to anywhere else in the city, easy peasy. We stayed in the Provence room, which is I think the smallest room (with the private bathroom located down the hall). It faces the street so I would venture to say it's also the "loudest" room in the house, but noise pollution was never a problem - and we stayed over the weekend when everyone was out and drunk. The only real noise I heard at night was the L going over its tracks in the distance, but it was hardly a nuisance. The quarters were slightly cramped, but this was mostly because we dumped our suitcases on the floor instead of using the closet. The inn owners are extremely nice and accommodating. They go out of their way to make sure you know how to get around the city. The rooms are stocked with cultural mags like Time Out Chicago, so you'll be able to make plans if you haven't made an itinerary. Breakfast is always set when you wake up in the morning with fresh fruits and pastries and housekeeping is cleaning everything up by noon. The owners live across the street as opposed to on the property, which is great because they are right there if something goes awry but it doesn't feel like you're imposing on a stranger's living space. Also, they let you store your luggage in the hall closet after you've checked out so you don't have to lug it around your last day in the city. In sum, I will definitely stay here again.

  • Randall B.

    This place is great! We stayed in the Blue Line Suite for an extended weekend and had a great time. With all the hotels in downtown Chicago, we wanted to stay near where we used to live, and having the options of staying in Wicker Park was great. The train noise really isn't that bad, and if you are doing Chicago right, after you've had a few cocktails, you shouldn't even notice the noise. I would totally stay here again and recommend it for anyone who'd rather stay in a fun part of town as opposed to downtown.

  • Rachel F.

    Cool area near downtown ($7 cab) but still a unique spot. Easy drive to the airport as well. I felt like I was staying in a guest house instead of a hotel. Full kitchen and appliances, big closet with extra blankets in there, full size dove shampoo/conditioner in the bathroom. What can I say, I like feeling homey. It isn't super updated and stoic, but it is clean and cozy (in the charming way, not tiny), comfy bed, filtered water pitcher in the fridge. As another Yelper noted, it is called the Blue Line Room, and there is a bit of noise. I suppose we are in a big city :) Thus the 4 stars. Otherwise, I really liked it a lot. Did I mention it was only 99 bucks and came with breakfast and free wifi?

  • Greta Y.

    I had a great time exploring the Wicker Park/Bucktown neighborhood of Chicago and stayed two nights at the Wicker Park Inn during my week long trip. Reservations book up quickly (this is characteristic of most places in Chicago be it a restaurant, hotel, concert, etc) so definitely book as far in advance as possible. I stayed in the 3-bedroom apartment which is across the street from the main B&B. It was only me and my infant daughter, plus it was their only room available for the two-night minimum during the week I was there, but they understood this and offered me a reduced rate, which I happily took! Laura and Robin were very hospitable and a pleasure to do business with. Upon checking in I was shown the apartment's rooms and features as well as a big binder with all sorts of menus, brochures, and information from local businesses -- ranging from eateries & bars to shops, museums, galleries, and salons. There's an independent grocery store a few blocks away as well as a Walgreens & 7-11 right around the corner for any food, drink, or convenience items you may need. The kitchen and bathroom were clean and all the appliances, plumbing etc was in great working order. Plenty of pots, pans, dishes, etc for cooking meals. It was really nice to "live like a local" in a fun & hip neighborhood. The blue line Damen station is just a few blocks up the street and takes you downtown in 15 minutes. It runs right behind the main building, so being across the street reduced the noise level significantly and for this reason I'd recommend the Bucktown Apartment if you are a light sleeper but want to stay in this area. Overall this place was a fantastic choice - can't beat the price either! I got a 3-bedroom apartment to myself for less than what the downtown hotels wanted for a crappy "economy" room. Very pleasant stay and I'm looking forward to returning soon.

  • Kevin M.

    Awesome! We stayed both in the "Wicker Park Room" for like two days. It was nice, reasonably priced. Nothing spectacular. But we came back for another part of the trip and then opted for the "Blue Line Studio" and thought way way way higher of it. The sound of the blue line el going by isn't bad at all, it didn't bother either of us. It's the cheapest room there and absolutely worth it. Free food and toast! Do it up!

  • Anna B.

    We stayed in the Tuscan room for four nights last week, and I would definitely stay there again. PROS: * excellent location within walking distance of shops, restaurants, bars, and music venues, not to mention the el, a grocery store, a drugstore, and a KMart (comes in handy when you show up in Chicago in December with no long underwear) * innkeepers and houskeeping staff were friendly and professional * cozy room with a lot of privacy -- the Tuscan room has a private entrance off to the side of the building, though, and most of the other rooms do not * comfortable bed * free wifi * parking permits for street parking are available, and street parking is easy to find CONS: * the entire building is operated by a single thermostat, meaning you have no control over the temperature of your room. Our room was so stiflingly hot we stripped down to our underwear as soon as we set foot in the door - and it was below freezing outside. * perhaps our neighbors were also stripping down to their underwear, because we could hear them through the wall having sex. They were so loud one night they actually woke me up. Ear plugs solved this problem.

  • Jay V.

    What a great place to stay at! Perfect location; minutes away from the L, seconds from bucktown's eateries, and much more relaxing than staying at a noisy, crowded, and expensive downtown hotel.

  • Sara B.

    Fucking adorable. The street, the house, the rooms, the whole thing. Crap-your-pants cute, seriously. Despite being just a block away from all the booze, wee-hour hookups and skinny jeans of Milwaukee Avenue, Wicker Park Inn is quite quiet and completely charming. If you're like me and you traipse in at 4:00 am soaked in gin and eating a taco, I recommend the Tuscan Suite -- it's a few bucks more, but it's on the ground floor and has a separate entrance, so you won't bother any of the more buttoned-up B&B guests. And at $150 a night for a huge room that slept three, it's totally reasonable -- in fact, it's on par with a downtown hotel, but with the added bonus of nightlife. And did I mention the cute factor? So. Fucking. Cute.

  • Thee Andersons s.

    Neighborhood: Two thumbs up! We stayed in the Bucktown apartment. It was like a home away from home. We will be back!

  • Bella V.

    I was here just the other day, and I LOVE this place!! It's so cute, and ALL f the the rooms that I saw were immaculate. David, the GM was so sweet and helped us with any information we needed. He even went out and got a bottle of wine for us! That's the kind of service you can expect from a quality Inn such as this. The location is perfect. There's everything you could possible want just steps away. I'd definitely recommend it to friends and family.

  • David C.

    I flew into town for a wedding, so I needed a place to stay. The guy who I usually stay with was the person getting married, and I had reservations about taking a cab back with the bride and groom on their wedding night. Plus my sweet lady was with me. And I wanted to show her a good Chicago neighborhood. So I went with Wicker Park Inn. The guy who owns/runs this place is the nicest guy ever. A real dream boat. Congratulations on the new baby. Location wise, this place is unbeatable. While my other friends were staying at the W in a completely dead section of the Loop, I was down the street from a ton of good bars, eateries, and places to buy crap. Yes, the neighborhood has changed ("they" have been saying this for a long time already) but still is one of the best places to spend day or night, IMHO. We stayed in the Wicker Park room. Since it was summer, we didn't get to use the rad fireplace in the room. Tasteful design. Big bed. Decent bathroom. Issues: (1) The wall between our room and the next room was pretty thin. In fact, we could hear all about Lisa, Ben, and Jennifer's plans for the day. Not that big a deal for us, as Lisa, Ben, and Jennifer were out for most of the time we were in our room, but could be an issue if you and the other room stayed put for a good amount of time. (2) The room is on the ground floor, right next to the front door. So you hear people coming in and out. Not really a big deal, unless you like to get wrecked and then sleep in until 2 p.m., which I do. Then when normal people come in and out around 10 a.m., it gets mildly annoying. (3) The train is a next door neighbor. We were on the side away from the train, and we could hear it pretty well (through the chimney, me thinks). Not crazy "Seven" loud, but if you are a light sleeper, could be an issue. (4) The door to the room is a French door with a good size gap on the bottom. Granted, there are curtains on the inside, but it didn't feel like much of a barrier to the rest of the inn. It just felt weird being in the room with only a piece of cloth and glass between you and the rest of the world. (5) The room is on the first floor and the windows face the street. To get any sunlight, you have to open the curtains, so your business is pretty much on display to passers by. As you can tell from my issues, I am an intensely private light sleeper. And even though it's pretty hard these days to find a cool, original hotel, there is something comforting about the hermetically sealed commerical hotel room where you can't hear anything else when you shut the door. Maybe I'm just not a bed and breakfast person.

  • Joey D.

    Nice place, accommodating hosts, great location in the heart of Wicker Park. We stayed in the Provence Room and enjoyed it. Smallest of the rooms (I think), but the sheets are nice and the dresser worked. It was a pain that the bathroom is outside the room, but we knew that going in. We did have some nits. For the price I'd like a more decent shower head and a sink that drained. And there was construction right outside our room at 7:30am each day. That sucked and I felt that the crew should have been working the afternoon shift. The espresso was decent and the pastries (from Alliance Bakery) were out of this world.

  • Louis S.

    This was a very quite, serviceable. B&B perfect for a business traveler or visitor that knows Chicago well. It is in a residential area that has close access to public transportation, many local eateries and artist targeted businesses. It is located in the newest "hip" area of Chicago.if you don"t care to walk to public transportation then the prepared to take a taxi to your destination. If you are new to Chicago and want to explore the downtown you would be better staying near attractions you plan to view. The Inn itself is very clean and hospitable.The room we stayed in was clean and comfortable. I would ask for any extras like more towels ,pillows etc. at check in or before arriving as there is some delay via phone especially on a weekend stay. They do respond but the manager did admit that on weekends all messages go to voicemail first.The manager was very friendly and helpful to first time visitors like us. The common kitchen was well stocked with standard essentials. A satisfying simple breakfast is available . A common refrigerator can be used for special private items. Depending on the habits of the other people staying there my require noise tolerance . We had early risers when we were there who were part of a family event . The conversations in the common area/next door room were very audible in our room . Conversely, you would be smart to remember this while you are in your room when you are having conversations or doing activities that you want privacy to be maintained. All in all we enjoyed staying here and felt as if we were staying at a home of a friend/relative of a mutual friend.

  • Blah B.

    Ooooooooooh, i love this place! It's on Wicker Park street and in the heart of Wicker park, but trying to find is a bit confusing and to be honest I find that quite charming! It's almost feels like ur in a small quaint lil' town. The inn it self is very well kept. It's obvious that the decor for each room was thought out with care and dedication. The eating area has such a warm and comfy vibe to it, which is great for people who are in from out town!! I would def. recommend it! Also the GM David is a sweet heart and truly helpful! Recap: Great location, Beautifully decorated and the service is wonderful!!


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :7:30 am - 8:00pm
  • Mon : 7:30 am - 8:00pm


  • Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Dogs Allowed : No

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