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  • Room Type:Entire Apartment
  • Bedrooms:0
  • Bathrooms:0
  • Max Guests:0
  • Pets Allowed:Yes
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  • kitchen
  • tv
  • elevator
  • bed_linen_and_towels
  • wifi
  • cabletv
  • parking
  • air conditioning
  • laundry
  • free_cleaning
  • wheelchairaccess
    FROM: $99 $693 $2970


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    Hotel room with kitchen in Oak Park

    Chicago

    Description

    The Write Inn has unique rooms for guests that are looking for an economical stay outside of Chicago. Our room features one queen and one twin size bed, free parking, free wireless internet, cable television, maid service, coin operated laundry facilities, elevators, and is located two blocks north of Chicago's Green Line Transit Station. Unit also includes stove, refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemaker. Built in 1926, the historic Write Inn has selected antiques and captures the spirit of a writer's boarding house of that time period.

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