Travelling with young children can certainly be a challenge. But if you’re going to visit Chicago, then we have just the place for you – a family-friendly self-contained apartment with everything you need for your young family. There are even local stores, boutiques and public transportation just steps away yet you’ll be staying in a quiet residential area.

You’ll enjoy the full and stylish kitchen that has everything you need (even a blender to purée infant food) including a washing machine and drier for those baby-spills. You’ll be able to create your own meals for your family, avoiding costly restaurants. And as we all know, eating out with young children can be difficult to say the least!

Your host, Helen, has young children herself so know all about any concerns you might have when you’re travelling with youngsters. In this exquisitely clean and beautifully decorated apartment you’ll find:

  • A pack and play
  • Plenty of toys and books
  • An umbrella stroller
  • Organic baby shampoo and soap
  • Radiant heat providing cosy warm floors for your youngsters
  • Free, easy parking – essential when you have kids and their paraphernalia
  • Cable TV
  • Sparkling bathroom with shower and tub
  • For your family’s safety, a smoke detector, fire extinguisher and carbon monoxide detector

The apartment is professionally cleaned so you have no worries about hygiene and Helen lives just above your apartment so is happy to answer any questions you might have before or during your stay.


Well-appointed 1+ Bd Bucktown Apt

Chicago, IL, United States
New, private Bucktown apt a few houses down from bustling Damen Ave. 15 min walk from Damen & Western blue line train stations. AC, radiant heat, full kitchen, W/D, cable with HBO, free & easy pa...


Well-appointed 1+ Bd Bucktown Apt
Chicago, IL, United States



JJ is originally from the UK and has lived in South Florida since 1994. She is the founder and editor of JAQUO Magazine. You can connect with her using the social media icons below.
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