The Villa Toscana Guest House

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4.5 - (84 reviews)
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Chamber Rating

4.5 - (84 reviews)
64
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2
  • Nicolas S

    Small, clean and dark rooms with no daylight and no fresh air. Walls are paper thin. Considering we paid $90 for a double on a Sunday night, I'm not sure I can recommend this even on a cost/benefit basis.
    Mar 22nd, 2024

  • Rohen Kapur

    I must say I enjoyed staying here. It's set back from the road and there is some noise but I sleep well anyway thanks to some helpers This was the Moroccan room Rooms: There are 8 bedrooms Nearby activities: LGBTQ area Safety: Security doors on all entrances Walkability: Easily walkable to bus stops and other places of interest Food & drinks: Breakfast is self serve . Noteworthy details: You'll need to be able to do stairs
    Mar 13th, 2024

  • Bryan

    This was a amazing and affordable place to stay I'm currently planning a second trip this place will definitely be a regular spot for me
    Mar 6th, 2024

  • bvrsdad (bvrsdad)

    Great location
    Feb 21st, 2024

  • Alicia Ryan

    It's a fully automated check-in. There is nobody on site. It had snowed a little on the day we arrived. After the guy I was with couldn't figure out which room we were supposed to be in, he managed to get someone over to help out. We had gone to the main level of the house, turns out we were supposed to be in the basement. We went back out and I slipped on the slippery slushie stairs and fell. I tried to catch music on the bannister and it broke off in my hand. The guy that had showed up to help find the room offered me ice after I limped downstairs. Aside from explaining that it's all automated, and he should have swept the stairs, nothing else was said about the lack of maintenance that greatly contributed to my slipping on the stairs. There's is no parking. You get a sticker in your room at check-in to put on your car window then have to go find parking somewhere in the neighborhood. It's described on the website as being secluded, it's not. It's in the middle of a busy district with bars close by. It is set back from the road between two very tall buildings but that's it. There is no security to speak of aside from the doors that have the automated locks on them. The doors didn't appear to be reinforced. The room itself was tiny, the bed was really uncomfortable and wedged into a small enclosure just big enough to fit the bed in. You literally have to crawl in and out of bed. The bathroom was bigger than the room. There was no room in the "living space". The floor space was mostly taken up by our suitcases. We left shortly after arriving. Neither of us was comfortable there.
    Mar 20th, 2024

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About
The Villa Toscana Guest House

The Villa Toscana Guest House is located at 3447 N Halsted St in Chicago, Illinois 60657. The Villa Toscana Guest House can be contacted via phone at 773-404-2416 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   773-404-2416

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for The Villa Toscana Guest House?

A The phone number for The Villa Toscana Guest House is: 773-404-2416.


Q Where is The Villa Toscana Guest House located?

A The Villa Toscana Guest House is located at 3447 N Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60657


Q What is the internet address for The Villa Toscana Guest House?

A The website (URL) for The Villa Toscana Guest House is: http://thevillatoscana.com/


Q How big is The Villa Toscana Guest House?

A The Villa Toscana Guest House employs approximately 1 people.


Q Is there a key contact at The Villa Toscana Guest House?

A You can contact Rosemary Juravic at 773-404-2416.


Q How is The Villa Toscana Guest House rated?

A The Villa Toscana Guest House has a 4.5 Star Rating from 84 reviewers.

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The Villa Toscana Guest House

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Nicolas S on Google

image Small, clean and dark rooms with no daylight and no fresh air. Walls are paper thin. Considering we paid $90 for a double on a Sunday night, I'm not sure I can recommend this even on a cost/benefit basis.


Rohen Kapur on Google

image I must say I enjoyed staying here. It's set back from the road and there is some noise but I sleep well anyway thanks to some helpers This was the Moroccan room
Rooms: There are 8 bedrooms
Nearby activities: LGBTQ area
Safety: Security doors on all entrances
Walkability: Easily walkable to bus stops and other places of interest
Food & drinks: Breakfast is self serve .
Noteworthy details: You'll need to be able to do stairs


Bryan on Google

image This was a amazing and affordable place to stay I'm currently planning a second trip this place will definitely be a regular spot for me


bvrsdad (bvrsdad) on Google

image Great location


Alicia Ryan on Google

image It's a fully automated check-in. There is nobody on site. It had snowed a little on the day we arrived. After the guy I was with couldn't figure out which room we were supposed to be in, he managed to get someone over to help out. We had gone to the main level of the house, turns out we were supposed to be in the basement. We went back out and I slipped on the slippery slushie stairs and fell. I tried to catch music on the bannister and it broke off in my hand. The guy that had showed up to help find the room offered me ice after I limped downstairs. Aside from explaining that it's all automated, and he should have swept the stairs, nothing else was said about the lack of maintenance that greatly contributed to my slipping on the stairs.
There's is no parking. You get a sticker in your room at check-in to put on your car window then have to go find parking somewhere in the neighborhood. It's described on the website as being secluded, it's not. It's in the middle of a busy district with bars close by. It is set back from the road between two very tall buildings but that's it.
There is no security to speak of aside from the doors that have the automated locks on them. The doors didn't appear to be reinforced.
The room itself was tiny, the bed was really uncomfortable and wedged into a small enclosure just big enough to fit the bed in. You literally have to crawl in and out of bed. The bathroom was bigger than the room. There was no room in the "living space". The floor space was mostly taken up by our suitcases. We left shortly after arriving. Neither of us was comfortable there.


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