On the far north side of Chicago, Rogers Park is bordered by the city of Evanston, Illinois, as well as scenic Lake Michigan. Centuries ago, it contained a convergence of Native American trails, and to this day, Rogers Park continues to be a bustling and intriguing area which remains refreshingly walkable. Home to Loyola University Chicago, the neighborhood is a highly educated and diverse district, featuring over 120 restaurants and more. Hotels in Rogers Park provide convenient access to Chicago from a smart, welcoming location.
Visiting Rogers Park
It's simple to get from O'Hare International Airport to Rogers Park using just trains or combining train and bus rides. However, it's faster and easier to travel these 14 short miles by car, so consider Chicago hotels Rogers Park car rentals while vacationing here. You can also take trains or a car from the Chicago Midway International Airport, which is 22 miles away. Downtown Chicago itself is easily accessible by the UP-N train or the Red Line subway, so many who stay in tranquil and quiet Rogers Park book Chicago hotels for a night to get the classic city experience.
Once in Rogers Park, the city's northernmost neighborhood, stroll along the public beaches (there are many, and all are wonderful) lining the shores of Lake Michigan for a relaxing experience. Enjoy the diverse ethnicity in this part of town by savoring the celebrated variety of international cuisines in Rogers Park—be sure to visit Devon Avenue in particular to feel like you've been transported to the regal Middle East. Don't miss Jarvis Square and the Glenwood Avenue Arts District for the best music clubs and theater shows on the north side; despite its status as a notably quiet hamlet, Rogers Park has a rocking cultural scene.
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