Hilton Chicago Oak Brook Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Chicago Oak Brook Suites Oakbrook Terrace
Full of families for the weekend but apparently during the week a corporate hotel. Breakfast is dull and boring but the NY Strip with Mushroom Risotto is to die for. Amanda is great company in the Lounge Bar.
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... on to Rio de Janeiro (GIG) the next morning at 7:10 am (Dec. 31) → staying at http://www.dubaiintlhotels.com (Dubai Airport International Hotel) for $197 for one night
Depart: 7:10 am (Dec. 31) from Dubai (DXB) international airport to Rio de Janeiro (GIG), arriving at 3:39 pm (Dec. 31)
-Travel Time: 14 hr and 29 min
-Distance: 8,510 miles
-Total Price: $4,611 each ($18,444 in total)
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