If you're thinking of spending some time in Chicago and are looking for a great neighborhood to base yourself in, check out Chinatown. You'll find Chinatown 2 miles (3 kilometers) to the south of central Chicago.
Hoping to visit Chinatown? You'll like to know that Chicago has some iconic sights and attractions, including the Northwestern University, University of Chicago and Art Institute of Chicago.
Spending some time in Chinatown? Be sure to see the McCormick Place, one of Chicago's star attractions.
Come and discover the Chinatown iconic attraction that is the University of Illinois Chicago. Staying nearby won't be hard with options, such as the The Peninsula Chicago, Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago, Park Hyatt - Chicago, The Langham, Chicago and JW Marriott Chicago nearby.
Stay right by the Field Museum of Natural History, a favorite Chinatown point of interest, where you will have a good range of accommodations to select from, such as the Chicago Downtown Condo - Michigan Ave Suite ID #14-15, Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel, Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel Chicago, The Westin Chicago River North and The Gwen, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Chicago.
If you and your travel buddies are making your way to Chinatown, the Ivy Hotel and theWit Chicago - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel are just around the corner from the John G. Shedd Aquarium. However, the Kimpton Burnham Hotel and Kinzie Hotel are located near to the Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, if you'd prefer.
Unfortunately, there aren't any listed rooms in Chinatown. Don't stress, because Near South Side, about 1 mile (2 kilometers) northeast of Chinatown, has a number of options. Also, it's worth checking out West Town, about 4 miles (7 kilometers) northwest of Chinatown.
Travelocity's easy-to-use hotels page contains a good range of Chicago places to rest and relax.