Chicago Cheap Hotels in Chicago

Chicago attracts large numbers of visitors with its theaters, restaurants and good shopping centers. Chicago hotels come in all shapes and sizes and there are a good number all around the city.

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When to visit based on price

You’ll find your best rates between January and March during winter months.

Key attractions

Chicago is famous as the town of Gangsters for a reason, because it’s history is full of organized crime. So what better to do when visiting than by taking a Chicago Gangster Tour? You will visit Mount Carmel Cemetery where you will visit Al Capone’s final resting place and the Biograph Theater where the infamous John Dillinger was gunned down.
Make a stop at today’s tallest building, the Willis Tower in downtown Chicago. And during the day or especially at night, view the Buckingham Fountain and it’s spectacular light show. You’ll never forget the beauty of this fountain, with its four horses.
While at the very top of the Willis Tower, test your nerves of steel by stepping out on its Skydeck Chicago. This is a clear glass ledge, totally enclosed, but with a glass floor also. Might be advisable to do this before lunch.
Combine fun and one of Chicago’s premier attractions visiting Navy Pier. This lakefront fifty acres of fun features rides, restaurants, museums, gardens and so much more. Especially popular is the 150-foot Ferris wheel that operates all year long.

Having fun

There are two excellent museums in Chicago, the Field Museum and the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. Another great place to visit if you’re interested in fine art is the Art History Museum that houses the biggest collection of Impressionist artwork in the United States.
If by chance you are visiting during the summer, for sure check out he free Outdoor Summer Concerts at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion.
If your thirst for experiencing the old days of prohibition, then find your way to the old “mob” hangout, and oldest “speakeasy” in Chicago. We’re talking about the “Green Door Tavern” on New Orleans Street. This is an excellent opportunity for you to try one of their prohibition-style drinks and possibly some lunch or dinner. It’s still a very popular hangout, so keep an eye out for Machine Gun Kelly and his gang of thugs.


You’re in Chicago and looking for the best shopping area. Hands down you should head to the Magnificent Mile Shopping District. This strip in downtown Chicago is chock full of history, lying between The Michigan Ave Bridge and Oak Street.
Here you will find yourself entertained with days of shopping in brand name boutiques, mega malls, luxury outlets and retail stores lining the street.
There are three-mega mall that you shouldn’t miss on your quest for packages. The Shops of North Bridge, 900 North MichiganShops and the Water Tower Place should be your target.


A truly awesome experience is a day trip to “Starved Rock” where you get to walk some forty plus nature paths overlooking one of Mother Nature’s canyons.
Why not take a trip to Milwaukee, which is only about an hour and a half drive. Visit the home of the Harley-Davidson Museum; sip a beer on the tour of the Pabst Mansion.
You can also take a drive to Lake Geneva Wisconsin, a very popular resort town where you can hang on the beach or maybe take a cruise on a paddleboat on the lake.
Another interesting way to spend a day is to visit Amish Country in Indiana; only a couple hours drive away. Some very interesting shopping with homemade pies, quilt shops, jams, etc. It’s a great experience for young children and quite the education for adults too.

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