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Where to stay for 20 somethings

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By Traveller May 27, 2017
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Where to stay for 20 somethings

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By Cassie Traveller May 27, 2017

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Wicker Park and Logan Square are the best neighborhoods for 20 something. It offers a good selections of coffee shops, bars, restaurants, and shops.
Local May 28, 2017
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The Robey is a really great spot in this location
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Andi Local October 7, 2017
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Google the Inn at Lincoln Park, or for even cheaper, the Chicago Getaway Hostel. They are both in my neighborhood, and relatively inexpensive. Avoid Michigan Ave., River North, and downtown, as they are expensive and touristy. Hope this helps.
Local May 28, 2017
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A great place to stay is in the Bucktown/Wicker Park area of Chicago
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Local June 15, 2017
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Really depends on what kind of experience you are looking for....consider your price range, how you may want to travel to get to major attractions, what kind of community you may be looking for and what kind of architecture/urban planning you want to stay in.

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Chicago Detours
Local May 30, 2017
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Really depends on what kind of experience you are looking for....consider your price range, how you may want to travel to get to major attractions, what kind of community you may be looking for and what kind of architecture/urban planning you want to stay in.

Cheers,
Chicago Detours
Local May 30, 2017
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Thanks! This helps a lot!
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Traveller May 28, 2017
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My first instinct is to say an Airbnb. What area? Are you downtown or some other neighborhood?
Local May 28, 2017
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Wicker Park and Buck town are good neighborhoods to stay in. Logan Square is quickly becoming a really good place to hang out in. So is Andersonville and Wrigelyville.
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Local May 28, 2017
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Hi Cassie! I'd probably recommend the River North area. There's a great nightlife and restaurant scene, plus it's walking distance to anything you'd want to do downtown. If you want something a little farther away from downtown but still a great vibe, Logan Square is home to a lot of amazing bars and restaurants. Hope that helps!
Local May 28, 2017
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I just saw the response below - River North can definitely be pricey, but you'd be saving money on transportation. You could also get an AirBnb which is generally less expensive than a hotel.
Google the Inn at Lincoln Park or for even cheaper, the Chicago Getaway Hostel. They are both in my neighborhood, which is cool. Avoid Michigan Avenue, downtown, and River North. Those hotels are very expensive, and very touristy.
Local May 28, 2017
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