Chicago Marriott Northwest
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Chicago Marriott Northwest
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Chicago Marriott Northwest Hoffman Estates
Travel Blogs from Hoffman Estates
... caused us to hit
the curb a few times. We of course arrived early at our KOA which happened to
be in infamous Joplin, Missouri. This KOA was very interesting. First of all
there was no community dump station, and given it was the last night we were
sleeping in the RV, we needed to dump our waste water so it would be empty when
we returned it. The guy who ran the place said we could pull into any open RV
spot and dump our waste which was very ...
... big! And it's one of the only zoos in the country that's still free to visit. I looked around at most of the exhibits, and it's quite nicely done. I also bought a stuffed toy racoon from the souvenir shop and a fleece sweater - cause today was really chilly! I now know why they call it the Windy City!! The only thing I didn't like about the zoo was all the kids running and screaming around everywhere. The animals don't like it and neither do I!! I don't do well with big crowds of ...
... past me and he said out of the window "Hey beautiful!" And I was like "hey.." Hahaha. So awkward! The weirdest part was that I didn't look attractive at all. My hair was wet from the shower, it was tied back so I looked gross, and I wasn't wearing anything pretty at all! I guess there are just weird people everywhere who like to perve on anyone! Took the train and then got on a bus to Navy Pier! That was a fun place. Lots of different shops below and ...
... Mies van de Rohe, Daniel Burnham... Sadly no FLW. But one I don't know had a great modern headstone: Bruce Goff . The big name Victorian residents had large stone mausoleums made like small stone houses complete with handles and locks ( why? they'll not have any other residents /visitors) . It's almost like they couldn't bear to leave their earthly property behind so made themselves a 'house for death'. I resisted temptation to shoot ...
... a bit of a disaster because it broke down and Dave had to walk back down the Magnificent Mile (was actually 7/8ths of a mile and it didn't feel that magnificent in 95 degrees, jeans cowboy boots and a Stetson) Midnight Cowboy eat your heart out, unlike John Voight Dave was not propositioned 3 times but he did look flushed when he reached the rendezvous at the start of Route 66. ...