- Reviews: 140
Days Inn O'Hare International: Affordable accomodations close to O'Hare Airport
The Days Inn O'Hare International is perfect if you are flying out early from Chicago O'Hare airport and want to stay close to the airport without be spending too much money.
This is a clean and safe no-frils hotel with restaurant/bar and 24 hour reception service.
The flyboys and girls (pilots and steward/dresses) stay there when they have to cover the cost themselves, so it cant be too bad. I guess you get what you pay for.
Cheap and close to the airport.
- Reviews: 4298
Various: Lodging in Wicker Park/Bucktown
For those people who would rather stay in a neighborhood than staying in the tourist district downtown, there are a few B&Bs in the Wicker Park/Bucktown neighborhood of Chicago. It's an easy ride into downtown via the el, there are a lot of interesting restaurants, bar and shops. Time Out publishes a nice annual guide to Wicker Park and Bucktown
Here are the B&Bs that I've read about in this neighborhood, obviously living here I have no need to stay at a hotel or B&B but all three seem to have very positive reviews on booking.com and Trip Advisor.
House of Two Urns 1239 N. Greenview Avenue
Ray's Bucktown Bed and Breakfast, 2144 N. Leavitt Street
Wicker Park Inn, 1329 N. Wicker Avenue
Two of the three list free parking which most hotels in Chicago do not offer, I didn't see mention of free parking for Ray's.
- Reviews: 715
..: picking a hotel
Try to pick a hotel near the Blue line if coming by airplane because it will be easier for you to get to the airport. Also the hotel should be near a stop where there is an elevator. The downtown area is best but if you can not afford then consider Belmont Avenue which is fully accessible. This area has a lot of shops that satisfies those of you who like off the beaten path.
- Reviews: 1511
Four Points by Sheraton Chicago O'Hare Airport: Airport Hotel
Selecting a hotel at the airport is such an oxymoron. You wanna get some sleep but the airplanes coming and going are noisy and keep you awake. We happen to be flying into O'Hare at midnight and our connecting flight wasn't leaving until 7am the next morning which meant arrival to our destination at 9am. I didn't want to waste that day with being tired so I thought it would be wise to try to get some sleep. For the $86 overnight stay, it was worth it! The hotel is not too close to the airport, maybe 10-15 minutes away. The airport shuttle for the hotel arrives at the airport every 20-30 minutes, 24 hours a day. So, I didn't have to make special arrangements.
The hotel itself is a no frills kind of place. It was clean and all the amenities worked. The comfort of the beds was so-so. I guess I should say I was able to sleep.
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