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Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$472

Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago

401 N Wabash Ave, Chicago - Map
 
 
"Once In A Lifetime"
A budget buster for sure but what a great spring break experience. Sprang for the deluxe suite with river view for a few nights. Also selected the Kids package which includes hats and cotton candy at the door, personalized milk and cookies for them at night, Wii gaming, $60 meal voucher, valet parking, etc. The staff was very professional but very cordial and made our kids feel super special. This is the first time we've really felt that we got our moneys worth even after breaking the bank to get it. Also the decor of the entire hotel was outstanding including the restaurant on the 16th floor. It was truly like an oasis in the sea of sub standard hotels and we didnt want to really leave. Secret Tip: There is an excellent Italian pizzaria just around the back of the hotel less than two minutes walk that served very reasonable priced pizza and pasta which was very authentic and super good.
Hardtoplease18
Located in Near North Side, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Wrigley Building, Tribune Tower, and Ford Center …More
Congress Plaza Hotel - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$143

Congress Plaza Hotel

520 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago - Map
 
 
"Beautiful Old Hotel, best service ever!"
Great location and reasonable room price, Best service I have ever had from the hotel personnel, anywhere. I must recommend the Perfect Omelette in the morning and the Pork Chop and Scalloped Potatoes in the evening. Clean and beautiful old hotel, bathrooms have been renovated in a lovely 12" light grey tile and very modern, in-room doors and knobs from antique times, except solid entry doors with card-key locks for the best security. I hope the owners decide to repaper and replace the draperies, as they are both ancient and in need of replacement. View of Grant Park is spectacular; I brought my Wife and Granddaughter just for the memories that I have from my last stay about 22 years ago. I think the restaurants are a little pricey, but I was very pleased with our visit. Thank You to each member of the Excellent Staff.
Traveller from Indianapolis, IN.
Built in 1893, this downtown Chicago hotel offers a convenient location across from Grant Park and close to Lake Michigan.More
MileNorth Chicago - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$136

MileNorth Chicago

166 E Superior Street, Chicago - Map
 
 
"Fabulous Location, Great Room with a View"
Boutique hotel, with modern, well designed rooms and very comfy beds. Our room had a picture perfect view of the city. The room was small, but we were only there for sleeping and dropping off shopping bags. Great hotel for the price in a perfect location for a weekend in Chicago.
Lovetowander98888 from Example: New York, NY
Located in Magnificent Mile, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Hancock Tower, and …More
Hard Rock Hotel Chicago - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$259

Hard Rock Hotel Chicago

230 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago - Map
 
 
"Meh."
Not even remotely close to a Vegas experience. Not even the restaurant experience. If you took away the one rock-artifact from the lobby (a guitarist from Styx has a guitar and an iridescent silver jumpsuit on display), you'd be hard pressed to think this has anything to do with the Hard Rock name at all. It's an Art Deco building converted into a hotel. And while it was nice and quiet in a very basic room, it was generic, and the so-called musical finishing touches in room (song lyric quotes etched into the mirror, and a black and white photo of a rock star was the room decoration). Walking through the halls, it looked like an office building. The bed wasn't terribly uncomfortable, but it wasn't anything to rave about. Television has a sound bar. The iPhone dock supports the 30-pin iPhone (and not the lightening connector), so using the iHome alarm clock to hear your own tunes may require an adapter. The location is somewhat middling to out-skirtish: it was an easy walk to Millenium Park or the Art Institute, and a somewhat easy walk to the downtown Loop train, or the Blue line (which gets you to the airport). Can't say that I would readily recommend-- it was adequate, quiet and in an accessible location. The per-night rate was high given this hotel's okay-ness.
Traveller from Denver, CO
On Michigan Avenue and across from Millennium Park, this rock-inspired hotel occupies the 36-story, Art Deco-style Carbide …More
Loews Chicago Hotel - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$249

Loews Chicago Hotel

455 North Park Drive, Chicago - Map
 
 
Located in Streeterville, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Tribune Tower, Wrigley Building, and Chicago Children's …More
The Drake Hotel Oak Brook - Oak Brook Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Drake Hotel Oak Brook

2301 York Rd, Oak Brook - Map
 
 
Situated in Oak Brook, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Oak Brook Golf Course and York Woods County Forest Preserve …More
Hotel Allegro, a Kimpton Hotel - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$179

Hotel Allegro, a Kimpton Hotel

171 W Randolph St, Chicago - Map
 
 
"Beautiful facility"
We had a pleasant stay here. This hotel is blissfully located right in the heart of the theater district! There was a wine/beer reception for guests each evening in the beautiful lobby. We did have an issue getting a rollaway bed in our room, but it was eventually resolved. The lobby is gorgeous and the staff was amenable. The concierge was especially helpful in getting us tickets to the Art Institute at a discount.
ReadyRockG
Located in the Loop's theater and business districts, Hotel Allegro Chicago - A Kimpton Hotel is next to the Cadillac Palace …More
The Godfrey Hotel Chicago - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Godfrey Hotel Chicago

127 West Huron, at LaSalle, Chicago - Map
 
 
The bed was comfortable. The room was quiet. The staff was friendly and helpful. We did observe some inappropriate guest activity so I would not recommend this to someone planning to travel with children. We parked in the self parking lot and it was expensive but it was in line with other lots in the area.
A Traveller
Located in Magnificent Mile, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of ArchiTech Gallery, Hancock Tower, and Chicago Water …More
Swissotel - Chicago - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Swissotel - Chicago

323 E Wacker Dr, Chicago - Map
 
 
"A vacation to remember"
My visit and stay at Swissotel was an excellent one filled with breath taking views from my room, a warm and relaxing environment due very friendly and excellent staffs / workers who were at all times very attentive to my needs. I truely enjoyed my stay there because I felt welcome there. I would recommend this hotel highly to anyone who is looking for a great place to stay away from home.
Traveller from Dania Bch. FL.
This triangular, 43-story glass hotel is across the street from the Chicago River, 3 blocks from the lakefront running path …More
The Peninsula Chicago - Chicago Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Peninsula Chicago

108 East Superior Street, Chicago - Map
 
 
"Best experience in a hotel ever! "
Superior service from all the staff. Best Sunday brunch in the city.
Traveller from Des Moines, IA
Along Chicago's fabled Magnificent Mile, The Peninsula is 1 block from the Chicago Water Tower and 2 blocks from Water Tower …More

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    Chicago, Illinois Hotel Guide

    Chicago knows how to treat a traveler, with dozens of hotels convenient to both Midway and O'Hare Airports and the downtown area. If your schedule includes a trip to the Windy City, whether for business or pleasure, your options are nothing short of amazing for stylish, convenient, affordable accommodations in some fabulous Chicago area hotels.

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    For those who prefer upscale hotels, familiar names need no introduction. Many major luxury brands are tucked closely into the business, financial, shopping and government centers downtown. The iconic Palmer House has welcomed guests to the Windy City since 1871 into its stunning lobby reminiscent of the Sistine Chapel. Elaborately gilded, coved and arched, it is one of the Grande Dames of Chicago architecture, and a worthwhile visit even if only for sipping a cocktail from the lobby bar to take it all in. Similarly, the Drake Hotel, opened in 1920, reflects the opulence of another era. Its gilded, arched, glorious interiors executed in grand style have been entertaining Chicago elite for high tea in the Palm Court for nearly a century.

    Should your budget feel more comfortable in the $100-$200 per night range, there are a number of high-quality boutique hotels that ensure a pleasant night’s rest. Several old, historic buildings in the central business district have been transformed into graceful hotels., and most locations are near commuter trains that service both O'Hare and Midway airports. Period details such as sweeping stairways, marble floors, intricate ironwork, beautiful chandeliers and hardwood cabinetry grace the properties, making your stay in Chicago most memorable.

    If your tastes run toward more modern architecture and furnishings, newer high-rise hotels with every available convenience are located near the Loop, the financial district and the theatre district, offering state of the art facilities within a broad price range.

    Hotels in Chicago, IL

    Chicago, IL, has come a long way to become the city that it is today. Once a trading post, the city has risen from the ashes of an 1871 fire that destroyed it. It has since hosted important historical events such as the 1893 World's Fair, and it is home to the second-oldest transit system in the nation. It's little wonder that such a historic and world-renowned city has become a popular destination for vacation travelers. When going to Chicago, you'll want to get there as inexpensively as possible. Travelocity can help by providing great deals on airline tickets or transportation. On our website, you'll also find cheap rates on hotels. Chicago vacation packages are also available and include hotel, airline, and vehicle rentals combined to significantly lower the price of your trip.

    Attractions

    Whether you've made reservations in one of the downtown Chicago hotels or elsewhere, you'll find that there are plenty of sights to be seen throughout the city. One of the most well-known attractions in the city is Willis Tower. Formerly known as the Sears Tower, this building is the second-tallest in the U.S. following One World Trade Center in New York City. Millennium Park is a stunning destination that is filled with amazing details, from the architecture to the landscape. Here, you'll find additional popular and interesting attractions, such as the highly polished and reflective Cloud Gate, which is also commonly referred to as "the Bean." The Crown Fountain is yet another of the many interesting and popular attractions that draw tourists to Millennium Park. There are two towers of roughly 50 feet located at the reflecting pool. The faces of 1,000 different Chicago residents appear on the screens and seem to have water running from their mouths. This was done in reference to sculpted images of gargoyles that were once carved into fountains with water running from their mouths. The Navy Pier, Lincoln Park Zoo, the Chicago Theatre, and Wrigley Field are examples of other attractions that tourists visiting Chicago won't want to miss out on.

    Active Things to Do

    You've searched for and found cheap hotels in Chicago to book for your trip, and you've made your travel plans and purchased tickets. The fun part that comes next is deciding what things to do, especially if you are an active individual. For tourists who enjoy bicycling, there is the McDonald's Cycle Center, located in Millennium Park, where you can rent a bike or take part in a bicycle tour. View the skyscrapers while taking a hike or bicycling along the Chicago Lakefront Trail. The trail runs along approximately 20 miles of shoreline and offers bicyclists fantastic views. Chicago also has a number of area beaches. Tourists will find that there are around 26 miles of beaches for the public. While beaches may be seen as a place to relax and sunbathe, they are also the perfect place for active people, as there are always physical activities to enjoy. In Chicago, some of the beaches allow kite-boarding and windsurfing, while others have areas for sports such as volleyball. You'll need to do your research either online or in person, as not all areas allow this type of activity. Montrose Beach, for example, permits visitors to go kite-boarding.

    Passive Things to Do

    Museums are great non-strenuous destinations and a wonderful way to spend an afternoon in the city. Visit museums such as the Art Institute of Chicago that feature artistic works from all over the globe. An additional benefit of the Art Institute of Chicago is that it isn't too far from downtown Chicago hotels. Sightseeing tours are also interesting and educational passive activities for people who just want to take it easy during all or parts of their trip to Chicago. One such tour is the Chicago Architecture Cruise. Or you could take in the stunning views of the city and more at 360 Chicago. This observation deck is located at the Magnificent Mile and is approximately 1,000 feet above Lake Michigan. Relax and take in the views of four states, downtown Chicago, and the lakefront, either while sipping coffee at the 94th-floor cafe or at TILT. This part of the observation deck holds as many as eight people and extends and tilts outward while you are viewing the world from above.

    Chicago is also known for its great food. While in the city, don't miss out on visiting the restaurants and indulging in the cuisine. There are even food festivals and other events, such as the annual and free Taste of Chicago event. During the event, tourists may casually stroll from one food vendor, tent, or truck to the next. People attending the event may also sit back, relax, and enjoy the concerts that are typically lined up with the event.

    The Best Time to Visit

    When planning your trip and looking for hotels in Chicago, IL, it is important that you recognize when is the best time to visit. This will increase your chances of having the best time possible. While this ultimately depends on preference and your personal goals, most people who are familiar with the city recommend going when the weather is its best. This means that the spring months, from April to May, and fall, from September to October, are the ideal times to visit Chicago. The weather is not as hot as the summer or as cold as the winter months during this time, nor is the city as crowded. If cold weather isn't an issue but crowds and hotel rates are, then the winter may be your personal best time to visit. Due to the extreme cold, winter sees fewer tourists. This means the crowds are low and you'll easily find cheap hotels in Chicago. The worst time to visit Chicago? The summer. Not only will the weather be its warmest, but you'll also be less likely to find good Chicago hotel deals. In addition, the city and its attractions are crowded with tourists and other business travelers, as the summer is Chicago's most popular time of year.

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