Holiday Inn Chicago-Tinley Park-Convention Center
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Chicago-Tinley Park-Convention Center
Travel Blogs from Tinley Park
... for the day and heading over to the new one. We detoured via Jewel to buy a bottle of celebratory champagne and popped it into the fridge of the new apartment a little before 3:00pm. The removalists were not far behind us, and as they brought up furniture and boxes Max advised them where to put it while Maggie and I unpacked in what we thought was the best priority order - esky and cold foods first, kitchen crockery next, tea bags and electric kettle ASAP! Minimal damage occurred - ...
... each other quite scared, but she was lovely got us all sorted, we now have tickets and they now go to the right spot, this should help when we get to San Francisco. We have a "roomette" booked on the train for this next trip which we are looking forward too, but we had some questions, so now we are all sorted. We made our way down town to a money museum at the Chicago Reserve Bank it was free to get in and quite ...
... park which name eludes me at the moment. Lots of huge water features everywhere provide a very pleasing sight to the eyes that allow you to truly relax as you sit in the park. We spent most of the afternoon enjoying these parks and then we had to check out "Rock n Roll Mcdonalds." It was not as impressive as I had heard about (of course because it's just a McDonalds at the end of the day), but it was a fun little trip either way. WE then found a ...
... style. The oldest house we saw was dated 1801 but we are now sure if they were affected by the great Chicago fire of 1871 and are actually more recent than that. Certainly the brick houses shown were built after the fire.
Of course, the other influence on Chicago architecture is Frank Lloyd Wright who spent the first 20 years of his career here. We did a tour of his house and studio in Oak Park where he lived when ...
... the people - but it's a gorgeous area. A quick tour took us past thrift shops (Brown Elephant on North Clark, definitely worth a second visit!), bars, gay clothes shops (Andersonville is a well-known LGBT area) and restaurants (Touch of Heaven does a mean grilled cheese).
The Friday night was spent at Castle, a beautiful club downtown that actually does look like a castle on the outside! Inside is a maze of different levels, ...