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Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel

Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel

in Accommodations

Let us treat you to our signature Loews service and amenities—along with our local brand of Midwestern friendliness. If you’re traveling for business and need your suit pressed, or you need presentations printed in a hurry, we’ve got your back. Our award-winning concierge is more than happy to help with arrangements for travel into Chicago, or with suggestions for great restaurants and shopping right here in the Rosemont area.

El Ideas

El Ideas

in American

EL Ideas quest is to make fine dining cuisine and service approachable and fun instead of pretentious and stuffy. The most unlikely of Michelin-starred restaurants, EL is located in the little known Chicago neighborhood of Douglas Park. Although it's just a 10 minute ride from downtown, it feels as though EL is situated in another world. Once inside the unmarked building, guests enter a setting not generally associated with restaurants serving elite cuisine.

The Langham Chicago

The Langham Chicago

in Accommodations

Majestic views of the cityscape, the Chicago River, and Lake Michigan. All housed in a skyscraper designed by renowned architect Mies van der Rohe. Situated in downtown Chicago, our hotel is mere minutes from the Loop, Grant Park, Magnificent Mile, Millennium Park and Navy Pier. Discover the perfect blend of convenience and stylish comfort only at The Langham, Chicago.


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Phoenix Restaurant

Phoenix Restaurant

in Chinese

It was my first time eating at a Chinese restaurant using a Lazy Susan for a Business dinner and I have to say how impressed I was! We had a private room and everything was great. We were probably around 10 of us and fit in comfortably in the room. The food that was served to us ranged from chicken to pork to beef and very nicely flavored. The chrysanthemum tea that served was delicious and I was impressed with the quantity of food that was brought to us.



Music Box Theater

Music Box Theater

in Movie

Turn onto Southport Avenue and it’s hard to resist the neon beacon that lures cinephiles from across Chicagoland with eight flickering letters—Music Box. It’s a promise of more than just entertainment, but a total experience. It’s a community of strangers coming together over the anticipation of that familiar red velvet curtain rising toward the twinkling, star-covered ceiling.

Woodfield Mall

Woodfield Mall

in Gifts, Movie, Toys, Shoes, Memorabilia, General Merchandise, Electronics, American, Souvenirs, Jewelry, Home Interiors, Furniture, Clothing - Women, Clothing - Men, Clothing - Accessories, Baby & Child

Whether you plan to shop at this premium Simon mall during a weekend getaway or want to make a one-day trip to the area, there are plenty of attractions, dining options and accommodations that are sure to make your stay comfortable and fun. Check out an assortment of delectable dining options at one of the available restaurants or grab and go stations while shopping for an experience that is truly unlike any other. Take a trip with your family to visit this shopping center!



The Art Institute of Chicago

The Art Institute of Chicago

in Art, Museum

Amid all this change and expansion, the museum has stayed true to its founding mission of 1879: to collect, preserve, and interpret works of art of the highest quality from across the globe for the inspiration and education of our visitors. Today our collection comprises approximately 300,000 works of arts—ranging from ancient art through to work being created by today’s foremost artists—and our visitors number 1.5 million annually from across Chicagoland, the country, and the world.