Chicago Flight + Hotel packages
MileNorth, A Chicago Hotel
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Warwick Allerton Hotel Chicago
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Inn of Chicago, an Ascend Collection hotel
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The Talbott Hotel
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Hard Rock Hotel Chicago
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The James Chicago
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theWit Chicago - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
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W Chicago Lakeshore
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W Chicago - City Center
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Hyatt Centric The Loop Chicago
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The Drake Hotel
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Embassy Suites Chicago - Downtown/Lakefront
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Hotel Lincoln a Joie de Vivre Hotel
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Experience the best of Chicago
With a global smorgasbord of restaurants, bars, music venues and architectural landmarks, Chicago is by no means a Second City. A Chicago vacation brings year-round thrills, whether you're catching the opening pitch at Wrigley Field or riding the famous El.
Before you admire your reflection in Cloud Gate (aka "The Bean") or hit a skyline cruise on Lake Michigan, allow Orbitz to help you with the planning. Enjoy the intel from our insider guide, from the top 10 attractions to tips from local experts.
Tourists flock to Chicago during spring and summer, when Chicagoans emerge from hibernation into outdoor cafes, legendary sports stadiums and the city's gorgeous parks for music, food and cultural festivals including the Taste of Chicago and Lollapalooza.
If a Chicago vacation happens during the winter, pack a down coat and take advantage of off-peak rates at downtown Chicago hotels. The city's public transportation is among the best in the nation, making it easy to travel to museums, bars, restaurants, landmarks and even far-flung locations in the suburbs.
For great people watching and impressive skyline views, hit Oak Street Beach, where singles flock to play volleyball and sunbathe. Families stick to Montrose and Loyola beaches a little further north, which are a lot less crowded and pose better chances for finding a parking spot.
Kit Kat Lounge
Shake up your Sunday brunch with the bottomless mimosas and drag shows at Kit Kat Lounge, Boys Town's favorite martini bar and lounge.
Looking for an offbeat place for cocktails in one of Chicago's hippest neighborhoods? Consider the Bedford in Wicker Park, located in a former bank building. Imbibe old-school cocktails in the actual vault, which is dotted by safe deposit boxes.
For a leisurely lesson on Chicago's architecture, catch a boat cruise from Navy Pier or at the bottom of the Wrigley Building.
If you're planning to visit this famous restaurant, book your reservation at least two months in advance. If you do score a table, don't be discouraged if you can't spot the restaurant immediately. It's in a grey brick storefront with no sign.
The Talbott Hotel is a European-style resort, which is reflected by the Italian Frette linen you'll find in each of its guest rooms. This AAA Four Diamond Hotel is a member of the Historic Hotels of America, as well as being one of the first Green Seal-certified hotels in... More
An original tower block dating back to the 1920s Jazz Age in Chicago, the Warwick Allerton Hotel Chicago has a well-preserved Renaissance-style fa?ade, with lingering touches of Art Deco streamlining its rooms and lounges. As a part of Warwick International Hotels, the... More
Magnificent Boutique Hotel in Downtown Chicago Steps from the Magnificent Mile, the MileNorth Chicago features a prime location at the Windy City's epicenter of shopping, entertainment, culture and business. Known for its fast pace, famous museums, amazing architecture,... More
Godfrey means peace and welcome; welcome to The Godfrey Hotel Chicago. The Godfrey Hotel Chicago offers unforgettable style from the Cubist-influenced facade to the chic accommodations, each detail of this striking new hotel has been designed with the guest's experience... More
Built in 1926, the Raffaello Hotel in Chicago offers luxurious accommodation, housed in a unique neo-renaissance style of architecture. Originally built as a 16-story apartment complex, the Raffaello has changed hands multiple times over the years, before becoming one of... More
163 East Walton Place Map
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In 1927, notable architects Rissman & Hirschfield, responsible for many highlights on the Chicago skyline, finished a 14-story, gothic-inspired hotel that is now known as the Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel. Newly-redesigned guest rooms with spa-style bathrooms entice... More
600 North State Street Map
Free cooked-to-order breakfast, Evening Reception
At Embassy Suites Chicago Downtown, you’re in the heart of downtown Chicago, Illinois, surrounded by shopping and entertainment venues on all sides. Located on State Street between Ohio and Ontario Streets, we’re three blocks west of Michigan Avenue's Magnificent Mile,... More
511 North Columbus Drive Map
Free cooked-to-order breakfast, Evening Reception
The Embassy Suites Chicago - Downtown/Lakefront hotel boasts an envious Chicago address, just two blocks from Navy Pier and a short walk to the Magnificent Mile. Peer out of one of the two-room suites to Chicago’s most recognizable landmarks. Business, shopping and... More
The Hotel Burnham is rich in architecture history and the sense of romance fills the lobby up to the guestrooms. Located in the heart of Chicago on historic State St. the Hotel Burnham projects an atmosphere of historical and whimsy decorated to the hotels theme of... More
Sleek and contemporary, the Palomar Chicago, a Kimpton Hotel puts stylish guests a few minutes from Navy Pier, nightlife and shopping on the Magnificent Mile. A heated indoor swimming pool and sundeck create an oasis on the 17th floor, adjacent to a 24-hour fitness center... More
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Chicago's most fashionable boulevard is at the center of the downtown action. Lined by colorful tulips in the springtime and white lights during the holidays, the Mag Mile is as flashy as its posh department stores and notable landmarks, from the Wrigley Building to the historic Drake Hotel.
Capture your postcard moments along the way, starting with a snapshot of the stone fragments from landmarks around the world affixed to the Tribune Tower.
Art Institute of Chicago
Housing more than 300,000 works of art, this Michigan Avenue gem spans centuries' worth of masterpieces, from the "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte" by Seurat and "American Gothic" by Grant Wood. A 2009 expansion enhanced the appeal thanks to the super sleek Modern Wing designed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Renzo Piano.
The Ryan's Education Center invites the tykes to engage in their environment with interactive exhibits. Organic restaurant Terzo Plano fuels the romance with glorious views of the Pritzker Pavilion.
Home to Cloud Gate, Crown Fountain, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion and more attractions, the park leaves visitors impressed by striking landmarks, lake access and buzz from the neighboring Magnificent Mile.
The best part: Many summer activities are free, including outdoor yoga and Pilates, Chicago SummerDance, and the Family Fun Festival at Chase Promenade North.
Its name may have changed, but in the hearts of Chicagoans, Willis Tower will always be Sears Tower. The building soars 110 stories above the Windy City, and is home to the world's tallest green roof on the 90th floor. The Skydeck invites visitors to look down at the metropolis via clear ledges, but only if you dare.
No curse can deny Chicago's unwavering love for the Cubs -- and it's as much about the scene as it is about the fantasy of winning a World Series. And it doesn't get any more Chicagoan than seeing fans swig beers during a rowsing rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," or cheering from the rooftop decks in Wrigleyville. Expect as much flavor surrounding the stadium, as diehards continue the party along Clark, Addison and Waveland.
The Signature Lounge at the John Hancock
Take the elevator up 96 flights to soak in the views from the Signature Lounge, the best seat in Chicago. While there is no admission fee, expect pricy cocktails -- but paired with floor-to-ceiling panoramas of the Windy City, they're worth it.
If time permits, opt for the Sunday brunch or a special occasion dinner at the Signature Room, equally dazzling with oversized windows and an impressive wine list.
If the careers of John Belushi, Gilda Radner, Tina Fey, Mike Meyers and Steve Carrell have proven anything, it's that a stop at Second City could help rocket a career. The talent incubator in the heart of Old Town hosts both sketch-based and improv performances in an intimate setting.
Expect to feel like a kid again throughout the lakeside treat, which boasts a Ferris wheel, the Chicago Children's Museum, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, bikes for rent, boat rides, miniature golf and headlining acts such as Cirque Shanghai Extreme.
Come summertime, pull up a chair at an al fresco restaurant -- Harry Caray's is a favorite -- to watch the twice-weekly fireworks.
Chicago is blessed with an 18.5-mile path along the shores of Lake Michigan, a stretch bustling with bikers, runners, soccer fields, beaches and parks. Connecting neighborhoods as far south as the South Shore to as far north as Edgewater, the path is an easy way to combine sightseeing with recreation.
Buddy Guy's Legends
Chicago never sounded so sweet than at this iconic blues den in the South Loop. The stage jams seven nights a week – with heavy hitters such as Eric Clapton and John Mayer among the past featured acts.
For a side of Cajun spice to go with your blues, order from a menu of Southern classics, including okra, gumbo and jambalaya.
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