On Thurs, Feb 23rd, I stayed at this property again and I have to say this property is becoming a favorite of mine. I got the room via Priceline this time and paid an really cheap rate of $55 plus tax ($71 total). I arrived an hour early and waited in line to check in. Jason D. who was working in the Gold Passport counter saw me waiting and waved me over. He was very courteous and spent much time helping me to pick out a room. Using tips from TripAdvisor, I requested a higher floor, away from the elevators. I ended up in the East Tower Room 1172 and was very pleased. My room overlooked the front of the hotel (facing Wacker) and I could see North Michigan, Wrigley Building, and Marilyn Monroe statue. I had a King size bed, nice bath products again including toothpaste, and was reasonably quiet for the hotel's size. The only real disappointment is the TV (Panasonic Plasma TH-37PR9U) which wasn't a huge deal. The reception for the local ABC/NBC affiliates was awful and nearly unwatchable with lots of interference lines going down the screen. My best comparison would be trying to watch an old TV with rabbit ears while someone in the kitchen runs the mixer on high. Another bizarre twist about the TV stations was no access to WGN (local channel). I can see the Tribune Tower from my window but it's not in the channel listings?? Lastly, there was no HDMI connections on the TV and I didn't bring any devices to see if the single VGA port was enabled. Overall, I would definitely stay there again esp. if I can snag another night for what hotels typically charge of parking in downtown Chi.