Hotels in Chicago
Budget hotels in ChicagoSee all
Best Western Grant Park
Chicago 1.1 km from city centre
The hotel is situated in the heart of Chicago and is within walking distance to fantastic area attractions like McCormick...
Hampton Inn Chicago Downtown/Magnificent Mile
Chicago 1.9 km from city centre
This centrally located downtown Chicago hotel provides an exciting, romantic, and convenient setting for you to enjoy while...
Inn of Chicago
Chicago 1.7 km from city centre
The hotel is located just one-half block east of North Michigan Avenue, Chicago's Magnificent Mile, steps from Navy Pier...
Hotel Essex Chicago
Chicago 876 m from city centre
This popular hotel enjoys a view of Grant Park and Lake Michigan and is located in the centre of Chicago. It is also conveniently...
Tourism in Chicago
Located in the state of Illinois, Chicago emerged in the late 18th century and was transformed into a city in 1837 due to its status as the crossroads of many railroads and the site of the canal of Illinois, and it currently possesses one of the world's most important airports, O'Hare.
Today, Chicago is a city in constant evolution with a wide range of activities and a strong diversification of resources. Art enthusiasts can enjoy a visit to one of the most important museums in the country, the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as the Chicago Architecture Foundation, the Cultural Center, the Millenium Park, the museum of history or the Opera of Chicago. And Chicago is an international and vibrant city with a strong identity with abundant museums, hotels and restaurants.
Other major attractions of the city are the Magnificent Mile, which would be something like the fifth largest avenue in the north of the United States, the aquarium John G. Shedd, the Robbie House or the Sears Towers, which currently is the tallest building in the United States. A city where you can get lost in its extensive cultural attractions, together with the crowds of people walking through its streets, shopping in the best shops of the world or rubbing shoulders with the most modern architecture.