Guests seem to love the location, views (32nd floor), and cleanliness. It's in the heart of the city (River North) and in the middle of the best restaurants, nightlife, and tourists attractions. It's also close to many convention centers and if it isn't, every train line in the city is within two blocks.
You'll also have your own bathroom, use of the kitchen, your own shelf in the fridge, and access to a gym.
*Please* read this whole description before you ask questions; 99% of the questions I get are in here!
Exact address is 345 N LaSalle if you want to check the distance from a place you need to be. Gew-gle maps provides public transportation directions as well.
See below for more unit, building, and location info.
## Your room # #:
*Fast, free high-speed Wi-Fi
*Printer access for small jobs
*39" TV with cable and HDMI hook-ups
*Queen bed with your own bathroom right across the hall (see floorplan)
*Ironing board, steamer, blow dryer, desk, chair, and fancy adjustable (high/low, warm/cool) reading light if you need to get work done
*Full-length closet with plenty of hangers
*Clean bathroom linens
## Unit ##:
*Granite countertops, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and an open kitchen layout
*Balcony with great views of the city and river
## Building ##:
*Newly renovated fitness center and pool area.
*Retail on the ground level includes 7-Eleven, CVS, drycleaner, and a Subway
*Parking garage adjacent to the building. It's $40/day or $12/day on weekends. It's $8 during the week if you're in by 3 pm and out by 5 a.m. the next day
*You can find useful links on the condo website, search "the sterling Chicago" for more info.
## You will get your own copy of the key as well as a key fob (to access the gym, pool, and front entrance if doorman not present). Freshly laundered bed and bath linens provided.
Thanks for looking :)
Zugang für Gäste
There is a lockbox on the door frame that has an attached key inside you can use to get in. You will get code when you book. Please PUT THE KEY BACK in the lockbox (instruction on re-attaching below). We use that as a spare key and you may lock us out if you don't put it back. There is a $50 charge if we get locked out (building lock-out fee).
Your key will be inside the unit on the glass end table at end of kitchen to left of door as you enter.
To re-attach lockbox face just re-enter code, put bottom back in place, push top lever down, and rock back into place. You can gew-gle "supra pushbutton lockbox instructions" if you need more help. Again, we may charge if this is not done.
Once inside, you have access to everything but master bed and bath. I leave the bottom shelf of the fridge open for guest use. The building has a gym (two separate rooms), pool, grilling area on the 14th floor you can access with your key fob.
The door automatically locks so you don't need to lock it behind you.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I am friendly but will leave you be unless you have questions. I have had guests that I have never seen. It will probably feel more like a hotel than a bed and breakfast.
Weitere wichtige Infos
*Please* read the itinerary and house manual IN FULL if you have any questions, 99% of the questions I get from guests are on there!
You are welcome to keep your bags in the apartment before check-in or after check-out the day you arrive or depart. Just leave them in the living room by the door.
The unit is in a high-rise so if the door person stops you just let them know you're here to stay with Rob and I will have them let you up. If I'm not home I will give you the lockbox code to get the key to the front door.
Most of the lights have dimmer switches, which means there is a tiny slider next to the switch. If your lights are too dim, just slide it up.
The door to the unit automatically locks so you only need to shut the door.
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Read itinerary IN FULL; 99% of the questions and bad experiences could be prevented if you just take a few minutes to read.
PUT THE LOCKBOX KEY BACK after you use it to get it. We use it as a spare key and if we get locked out, we have to pay the building $50 to let us in, and we will pass that on to you.
Please put your luggage on the provided luggage racks to prevent spread of bed bugs that may have attached themselves to your bags. Apparently they are everywhere, impossible to get rid of, and won't travel down luggage racks.
Please don't make too much noise after 10:30 pm.
Please leave your shoes by the door.
NO SMOKING cigarettes inside. You can smoke on the balcony but please dispose of all cigarette butts.
If you spill, I have things you can use to clean up. It's not a big deal. If I find it after you leave obviously I will have to charge. Please just be upfront so we can try to fix the problem together.
Lost key is $25, lost fob is $50; I have to pay to get new ones so I'm not making money.
I run my own real estate development company and buy and build property in the city. I love living in Chicago, particularly my neighborhood, and look forward to letting others experience it.
I try to keep a pretty regular schedule that has me up every day at 7 am and in bed by 10:30 or so.
I try to give guests their space, and I can be pretty introverted if I'm busy with work, so if I don't interact much it's me, not you! I'm happy to answer any questions about the city or anything that's not in the itinerary.
If you want to know anything in particular just ask!