theWit Hotel {Chicago, IL}

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IMG_0278Remember when I went to Chicago? Well, while I was visiting, I stayed at theWit Hotel. Once I checked in, I was given warm chocolate chip walnut cookies!!

Pretty sure I want every place I go to greet me with warm cookies. Is that really too much to ask? C’mon.

I definitely had a moment with my cookie.

AHEM.

ANYWAYS.

Here’s the room me and the Blakeman shared. Pretty fun and hip place if I do say so myself. These beds were hella comfy PS. I always love sleeping with 4+ pillows. It drives my husband insane, but lucky for me he wasn’t traveling with me.
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We had a big tv to watch which is always enjoyable, in my opinion. If someone could pay me to visit their hotel and watch TV all day, I totally would.
IMG_0300 Over to the bathroom. BAM. You walk in and what do you see? The toilet.IMG_0286 Here’s the sink too. I loved how big and shallow it was. Super chic. IMG_0281 Another of course I obsess over these tiny shampoos and soaps. IMG_0283I definitely took these home and added them to my collection. I’m super cool like that.IMG_0285Anyways, if you’re in the Chicago area, head on over to theWit Hotel. Friendly staff, young-hip hotel, very clean rooms, amazing cookies and super comfy beds!

Find them here:

201 N. State St.
Chicago, IL 60601

They’re also on Facebook and Twitter too.

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  1. Eleni

    Hello, Lauren,
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  2. SuperCutePetContest

    Wow that’s a nice room. Being greeted with a cookie is always a plus. Yes, I think I would like to always be greeted with a cookie! I wonder if that type of bathroom sink would help my husband from getting water EVERYwhere when he washes his face. I bet he’d still be able to make a mess!

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