Chicago IL Hotel Area Guide
What's Nearby/Things To Do:
Visitors to the Chicago, Illinois area can pick and choose among a multitude of fun things to do for both adults and children. Enjoy everything from Navy Pier Chicago (home of the Chicago Children's Museum) to the Sears Tower Sky deck to the Field Museum of Natural History. Rosemont is Chicago's up and coming tourist destination.
The Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
Located just across the street from our hotel, is one of the largest exhibit halls in the nation, offering a total of 840,000 square feet of flexible exhibition space. The Convention Center features six event halls and space for up to 3,566 booths. Stay at our hotel and enjoy easy access to the Convention Center. Learn more about the Facilities & Upcoming Events.
Chicago O'Hare Airport (ORD) is one of America's best-connected airports and is the second busiest airport in both the United States and the world. Growing air service to the Chicago market is a top priority for the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA). About 50 passenger carriers operate at O'Hare, providing nonstop service to 200 destinations around the world. O'Hare is a major hub for both United Airlines and American Airlines, making it the only true dual hub airport in the nation.
Enjoy Broadway musicals (Cats), live concerts (Duran Duran, Johnny Mathis) and fun family shows (Playhouse Disney Live!) at the 4,400-seat Rosemont Theatre. Best of all, the theatre is next door to our upscale Rosemont, Illinois hotel.
Located just across the street from the hotel is the soon to open Fashion Outlets of Chicago. The new premium outlet mall is set to open on Aug. 1. Anchors opening at the two-level, 530,000 sq. ft. outlet mall include Bloomingdale's The Outlet Store, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th and Forever 21. The Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare is also short drive to the Oakbrook Center, Woodfield Shopping Mall, Magnificent Mile (Michigan Avenue), and Gurnee Mills Outlet Mall.
The Park at Rosemont
Entertaining in Rosemont has always been exciting, but soon the town that conventions built will be rockin' in a whole new way! Located just a few blocks away from the Crowne Plaza O'Hare is Rosemont's newest development, The Park at Rosemont ! The Park at Rosemont features lively bars and restaurants with live music, casual dining, bowling, and outdoor patios. A seasonal courtyard in the center of it all is perfect for farmers markets, movies under the stars & ice skating. Located in the heart of the entertainment district.
Located directly behind our full-service Rosemont, Illinois hotel, Muvico is the world's premier movie experience. Relax in plush seats, plus enjoy an upgraded concessions area and upscale full restaurant and bar. Teens will love the newly opened Digital Den.
Experience the spectacular Shedd Aquarium, the world's largest indoor aquarium and the first inland aquarium to showcase both freshwater and saltwater fish. Discover the wonders of Oceanarium and a breathtaking re-creation of the Northwest Pacific coastline.
Adler Planetarium is the country's first planetarium. Discover more than 35,000 square feet of exhibits, including scale models of the solar system, early astronomical instruments and compelling interactive adventures.
At the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois, you can catch top-name bands. Plus, there's plenty of sports action. Allstate Arena is home to Arena Football's Chicago Rush and the American Hockey League's Chicago Wolves.
Located outside of Chicago in Brookfield, Illinois, the Brookfield Zoo is known for its wide array of animals, birds and amphibians. Discover everything from Western Lowland Gorillas, Alaskan Brown Bears and California Seal Lions to Ring-Tailed Lemurs, Andean Condors and Southern Hairy-Nosed Wombats.
The Magnificent Mile - Michigan Avenue
Visit Chicago's Magnificent Mile (aka North Michigan Avenue) where you'll encounter an experience like no other. Discover four shopping centers, a bevy of boutiques, world-class restaurants, and awesome entertainment options, including phenomenal live theatre. Every winter, spring, summer and fall, the Magnificent Mile hosts four outstanding outdoor festivals.
Navy Pier Chicago
When it opened in 1916, Navy Pier Chicago was a shipping and recreational facility. Today, this popular destination features a unique collection of restaurants, shops, and attractions, including the Chicago Children's Museum, a large IMAX Theater and Crystal Gardens, an extraordinary indoor botanical park.
Willis Tower Skydeck
From the Sears Tower Skydeck, you can see forever-well, at least for 40 to 50 miles. You'll not only have incredible views of Chicago and other parts of Illinois, but you'll also be able to catch glimpses of Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin. The Skydeck puts you 1,353 feet above Chicago, making it the highest observatory in the Windy City.
Field Museum of Natural History
The Field Museum of Natural History began in 1893 as the Columbian Museum of Chicago with a focus on art, archaeology, science and history. A dozen years later, it took on its current name to honor Marshall Field, the museum's first major benefactor and natural sciences enthusiast.