Skokie, Illinois, is a charming neighborhood just north of Chicago which is filled with charm and history. It was originally a farming community, set just 15 miles north of the Windy City. In the 1960s, a large Jewish population settled in the 'World's Largest Village,' bringing with them a fascinating wealth of culture. One thing's for sure: you won't run out of interesting things to do when you stay in hotels near Skokie.
Whether you're looking to visit this historical town itself to take in the Jewish bakeries, indulge in some retail therapy, or check out the Holocaust museum – or you're looking for the cheap hotels Chicago has to offer – you're in for a treat when you stay in one of the many fine Skokie hotels. And the village is easy to get to from both Midway and O'Hare International Airport. From Midway, take the I-94 W north for 23 miles. Don't feel like taking a cab or driving? Take the orange line from the airport to the purple line, and transfer to the yellow, Skokie's very own L line. Skokie hotels are also conveniently located near O'Hare. Hope on the 297 N for 13 miles, or take the blue line to Skokie's yellow line station. Remember, if you don't want to deal with the L after you arrive, you can always save time and energy by taking a cab from either airport – just follow the signs for "ground transportation" – and look out for of the many Skokie rental cars on offer as soon as you reach your hotel.
Save up to $537 on Travelocity when you book your choice of flights and cheap hotels in Skokie at the same time, and get ready to soak in all of the history and culture that the 'World's Largest Village' has to offer.