Lots of things are changing in the world, especially in a normally booming metropolis like Chicago.The hospitality and hotel industry is no exception to this rule. While it’s easy to get discouraged by the challenges put forward by the Coronavirus pandemic, it’s also inspiring many people to do their best. This is clear in the way hotels are now offering rooms for the day, which opens up whole new uses for hotel spaces—such as Chicago day-use hotel rooms.
Chicago is a great summer city. So many people are understandably feeling some FOMO this year due to the restrictions put in place to fight Coronavirus. If you’re in this boat, now’s the time to make up for lost experiences. By booking a day-use hotel in Chicago, you can get away from the stresses of being at home for a little while exploring a new area of the city. Getting that time away can alleviate some of those FOMO feelings.
Working from home is a new experience for many people who, until March, had only worked in an office. While there are definitely pros and cons to remote work, you most certainly can’t take a workcation at your cubicle. A daytime hotel is the ideal environment for a workcation because it combines the quiet and essential tool of a workspace with comfort. After taking a workcation, you may never see the office in the same way again.
With everything going on in the world right now, it’s more important than ever to take time to recharge. If you’re overworked and tired, it’s going to seep into your physical and mental health, which will then start affecting those around you. Rather than allow that to happen, a day-use hotel in Chicago can be your way to give yourself the gift of well-being. With its desirable Lincoln Park location and long list of amenities, Hotel Lincoln Chicago is just one of the many spots to treat yourself.
No one wants to be dealing with the restrictions of the pandemic. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find ways to thrive. Day-use hotels in Chicago are your key to getting to a better place.
A day use room is a room available for early morning check-in and late-afternoon check-out. For example, a popular time band on HotelsByDay lasts from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Generally, day rooms are 'run of the house' - meaning that whatever room is vacant will be assigned to you. If you have a specific room request, we suggest you write on the 'message' section during your booking, or simply request it at check-in.
Yes. The hotel is under contract to keep your room until one hour prior to your day room check-out time.
In principle, you cannot check-out after your listed check-out time, and could be penalized for doing so. However, if you call the front desk and warn them of your desire to check-out later than the time allocated, depending on availability, you may have to pay a small supplement, depending on your desired check-out delay.
You have two options to book with HotelsByDay:
- You can "pay at the hotel" which grants you free cancellation up to the same day.
- You can also select a "non-refundable" booking. This means that you'll need to provide credit card details to book a day room. Once booked, the hotel will not allow us to change the date, cancel, or refund the stay.