Chicago Marriott Suites O'Hare4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Wife & I drove from U.P. of Michigan (about 5 hours) and stayed here prior to Saturday afternoon flight to Europe. Easy to find, close to O'Hare, frequent shuttle service to and from airport. Very clean, very comfortable, very quiet. I had overseas guests stay here in 2015 before returning home next day, and they too loved it. If you are eligible for military or other corporate discount, rooms are a very attractive price, given the location. We will definitely stay here again on our next overseas adventure out of Chicago!
My boyfriend and I were in Chicago for a weekend for my friends wedding. This is a huge and absolutely beautiful hotel right across from the airport. The hotel was quiet and all the staff was extremely friendly. I forgot to take pictures but the rooms were perfect. Very spacious and super clean. No complaints at all. I would stay here again in a heartbeat.
Easy check in by a friendly agent. Room was large and comfortable. Great bed. Large bathroom with separate shower and bath tub. Vanity area separate too. Three day visit and never heard any of the OHare air traffic. Nice pool and whirlpool. My only disappointment was the lack of draft beer selections in bar. Chicago has many microbreweries and this property should have at least one on tap. Sam Adams, Miller Lite and Blue Moon were it
We spent a night at the Chicago Marriott Suites O'Hare while passing through the Chicago area on our way to Minnesota. The hotel is conveniently located just off the expressway. There are a lot of good restaurants close by as it is also close to the Rosemont Center. The hotel is an all Suites hotel. The rooms are nice, however, I expected them to be more spacious. I felt that they were very similar to a Residence Inn, but, more expensive. As were are Platinum Elite, we had an included Continental Breakfast that was good, but, limited. For the price, I believe that I prefer the Residence Inn.
I stayed at his Marriott for a meeting. Overall experience was goo, but I will point out my journey. First, if you are catching his hotel's shuttle at the O'Hare Airport, make sure that you look for a shuttle that says "Suite" and ask for Rosemont Marriott. There is another Marriott next town over. It's very confusing. Luckily, my colleagues and I took a shuttle to the other Marriott, and the driver was nice enough to drive us to this Marriott on his break. Once we arrived, we noticed that there are only two places to eat something outside the hotel: McDonalds and Giordano. The inside the hotel is very nice. My check-in was easy. My room was up on the 10th Floor. Somehow, they assigned me to a handicap room. If you get one of these rooms, please note that you have to put the card that is placed inside the room near the door down into the slot to turn any of the lights on. The room is very clean and roomy. There are two TVs in the room which is personalized with your name to welcome. The bathroom is roomy, and the bed was very comfortable. Speaking of the bathroom, I don't know if it was because my room is up high, but it took about 2 minutes for the hot water to come out of the tub faucet. That was kind of annoying. I used the iron in the room. If you want to steam your shirt and need to put water in, I suggest that you use a coffee paper cup. I tried their gym as well. The treadmill was somewhat unstable because as I was jogging fast, it was wobbly. It is a clean and nicely equipped gym. I also soaked my feet in the hot tub, and it was relaxing. Now here comes a problem. There was a fire in the kitchen, and I (and everyone) was awaken by a fire alarm at 5:45am. I went to bed at 2am. First, I didn't know where the nearest exit to the staircase was. Exit signs don't help because I ended up going to the other side of the floor, which made me a bit panicky. 40 degrees outside, I went down 10 flights of stairs. All of us were so cold. Anyhow, it was not avoidable. But none of the hotel staff gave us an explanation or gave us anything or say something to even show care for their customers after being outside for 20-30 minutes. I thought they failed with their customer service when it was most needed. The conference room was nice, and the hospitality service was a top notch. So how did I think about my total experience? As far as my room is concerned, I give a 4 out of 5 other than the hot water and no instruction from the front desk about how to turn the lights on. Conference facility wise, a 5 out of 5 is appropriate. Emergency service wise, they failed. This is all I can say about this hotel.
Very spacious suite for relaxing and catching up. Loved the mini kitchen for snacks and wine. Had dinner in restaurant downstairs. So convenient. We plan to have another getaway soon. Will not consider another hotel! Very upscale.
We got a great rate, the room was beautiful. One bedroom suite was quite large and wonderful. Beds were comfortable room was spacious. Breakfast buffet was just ok- not worthy $21/person though. I will definitely be back!
My wife and I used Marriott's Suites O'Hare for the first time last week. She is a teacher on spring break and we needed a place to lay our heads and store our car while we escaped to Cancun. Recently renovated, this hotel was perfect. The lobby, the ample amount of parking space, the beautiful rooms; and everything actually worked! The airport shuttle was on time for both delivery and our pick-up when we arrived back in town. Also conveniently located near our favorite Chicago pizza place down the street. Who could ask for anything more??
Great location relative to downtown and the airport. Public transportation is a long walk but the hotel offers a shuttle service to the train stop nearby. Parking is both surface and underground and is ample for the hotel size. Near the freeway but quiet in rooms from both traffic and airplane noise. Rooms are a little older and dated but very comfortable beds and plenty of room. Breakfast was normal for a US hotel. Staff was super friendly.
My wife and I were in Chicago for a convention, and stayed here after the hotel where the convention was being held sold out. The room was clean, the beds comfortable, and overall a great deal for the price! Our only real gripe is the cost for parking at the hotel - expect to pay $30 a night to park your car (this hotel might be better if you're flying in at O'Hare and need a place to stay). Pros: -Clean and Comfortable -Breakfast was really good -Very close to Blue Line train station -Friendly and courteous staff Cons: -Cost of parking -One TV had a permanent line through the picture
Chicago Marriott Suites O'Hare is a short stroll from Rivers Casino and Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. This 256-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. It's near the airport and also close to Rosemont Theatre and MB Financial Park at Rosemont.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee.
The 256 air-conditioned accommodations afford space to spread out with separate bedrooms and living rooms. Guests can expect WiFi, wired Internet, and 50-inch LED TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Sofa beds, microwaves, and refrigerators are other standard amenities.
At Chicago Marriott Suites O'Hare, guests enjoy an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and a spa tub. If you drive, self parking is USD 30.00 per day, or you can take advantage of the free airport shuttle at scheduled times. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, 7 meeting rooms, and conference space.
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84% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 457 reviews