Hotels near Boystown
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Boystown is really a pocket of Lakeview, but it's better known as Chicago's premier LGBT community. Marked by pride flags and rainbow pylons lining Broadway, Boystown is the hotspot for LGBT businesses and clubs like Spin and Hydrate. The annual Chicago Pride Parade brings thousands of onlookers and participants to the neighborhood every July. Boystown also has plenty to offer the non-LGBT crowd, including independent bookstores, upscale bars, and clothing retailers. It's home to comedy clubs including Chicago's Laugh Factory Chicago, which draws national talents. Chicago once housed America's biggest meatpacking district, but now local crowds pack into Boystown's Chicago Diner, a vegan eatery that makes everything on the menu from scratch (expect at least an hour wait at night).

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Boystown

City Suites Hotel
City Suites Hotel
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3.9
758 reviews
933 W Belmont Ave, Chicago
from $62
Days Inn Chicago
Days Inn Chicago
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4.0
1447 reviews
644 West Diversey Parkway Corner Diversey/Clark/Broadway, Chicago
from $72
Best Western Plus Hawthorne Terrace Hotel
Best Western Plus Hawthorne Terrace Hotel
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4.2
404 reviews
3434 N. Broadway Avenue, Chicago
from $84
The Willows Hotel
The Willows Hotel
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3.8
816 reviews
555 W Surf St, Chicago
from $81
The Majestic Hotel
The Majestic Hotel
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3.9
622 reviews
528 W Brompton Ave, Chicago
from $89
Chicago Getaway Hostel
Chicago Getaway Hostel
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3.8
1698 reviews
616 West Arlington House, ─îikago
from $16
Inn at Lincoln Park
Inn at Lincoln Park
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2.9
986 reviews
601 West Diversey Parkway, Chicago
from $69
Old Chicago Inn
Old Chicago Inn
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3.9
69 reviews
3222 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago
from $135
Villa D Citta
Villa D Citta
2230 North Halstead Avenue, Chicago
from $179
The Inn at Wrigley Field
The Inn at Wrigley Field
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-1.0
3617-19 North Sheffield Avenue, Chicago
from $259
More About Hotels near Boystown...

Boystown is really a pocket of Lakeview, but it's better known as Chicago's premier LGBT community. Marked by pride flags and rainbow pylons lining Broadway, Boystown is the hotspot for LGBT businesses and clubs like Spin and Hydrate. The annual Chicago Pride Parade brings thousands of onlookers and participants to the neighborhood every July. Boystown also has plenty to offer the non-LGBT crowd, including independent bookstores, upscale bars, and clothing retailers. It's home to comedy clubs including Chicago's Laugh Factory Chicago, which draws national talents. Chicago once housed America's biggest meatpacking district, but now local crowds pack into Boystown's Chicago Diner, a vegan eatery that makes everything on the menu from scratch (expect at least an hour wait at night).

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