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We’re located in Chicago’s trendy River North neighborhood and we’re Chicago’s first eco-friendly and Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design™ (LEED) certified hotel.
When entering our hotel, guests are greeted by a ceiling-high mosaic of logs, a water pond, and delicate orbs floating over a gentle fireplace. These elements not only create a calming atmosphere throughout the lobby, but also symbolize an “earth, wind, fire, and water” theme that embodies our commitment to the environment.
Our inviting guest rooms incorporate a contemporary flare with luxury amenities, including: plush bedding, complimentary wireless high speed Internet access, 32-inch flat panel HDTV, comfortable and functional work desk, iHome, in-room safe, upgraded L’Occitane bathroom amenities, and bathrobes.
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While many people choose to visit Chicago for our exciting nightlife, music scene and great shopping, there are a number of other famous attractions and landmarks that are worth checking out.
Did you know that Chicago’s own Adler Planetarium is America’s first planetarium? With a wide variety of exhibits, the Adler Planetarium has set itself apart from the rest with different activities that vary throughout the year, including the famous Adler After Dark series.
The Shedd Aquarium has been open since 1930 and was once the largest aquarium in the world. With over 1,500 species, the Shedd is an attraction not to be missed. Check out their website for information on special exhibits and discounted admission days.
Not only is Soldier Field home of the Chicago Bears, but it’s also a concert haven for music fans. Some of the biggest names in music from Taylor Swift to Beyonce have performed multiple nights at Soldier Field. The stadium holds a number of events throughout the year and has a capacity of 61,500.
Check out this article on Thrillist for more great attractions to visit in Illinois.
One of the best ways to see the beautiful city of Chicago is by bike. Have no bike? Don’t fret, Divvy has more than 100 bike stations throughout the city with deals that can give you access to a bike all day long. Take a ride!
Thrillist Chicago has the rundown on some of the best bike paths and places to ride your bike throughout the entire city.
Sculpture Park is located in the northern suburb of Skokie and travels along the north channel of the Chicago river. It’s an extremely scenic, 3.5 mile long trail that will guarantee to bring you serenity in the chaotic city. Start at North Shore Channel Trail at Devon Ave and McCormick Blvd and end at McCormick Blvd and Dempster St.
The Baha’i House of Worship is located in Willamette, IL and is the only Baha’i temple located in North America.
Starting at the Baha’i House, follow Sheridan Rd along the lake. That will lead you to the North Branch Trail through Skokie and then will have you end up in Glencoe. Bring some water, this is a 10.3 mile long trail (one way!)
To find even more trails, check out Thrillist’s article.