Renaissance Chicago O'Hare Suites Hotel
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We flew to Chicago on Thursday as I had a meeting their on Friday and Saturday. I was seleced to participate in a Future Leaders Program designed to work on some strategic issues facing APICS, The Association for Operations Management. There were 8 of us seleceted and we heard presentations from various leaders from within and outside of the …
... Hugh Hefner playboy mansion. We then continued along the streets of Chicago and went right into the heart of chicago near the chicago river. Here our guide gave us some history of the building and architecture which was heavily influenced by the gangsters of chicago such as al Capone. We then road onto millenium park which is massive and has heaps of artwork placed all around the entire park. We saw the famous chicago bean which ...
Chicago: great for the lover of steak, sports and beer according to Sarah. So first things first, to tick one of the list, we grab a drink and meet some of Sarah's very lovely work colleagues and get some great tips on the 'must do' things for our trip to the US. Soon enough, feeling the minor effects of a bit of beer and wine, and the more major effects of jet lag, Sarah hails a cab and takes us home. We rock up to Sarah's apartment, hop in the lift and speed up to the ...
... ensure we all managed to get on the same cruise but as each minute passed I was getting more and more nervous that she wouldn’t make it in time and the boat would leave without us. With 5 minutes to spare Natalie raced around the corner and down the long staircase from the street to river bank. Phew. We promptly jumped aboard the boat, took our seats on the open roof deck alongside Ro and then architectural cruise was underway. The architectural cruise is run by the ...
... NFL game than it did for the Gold Cup Final I'd attended the last time I was in Chicago. I decided to go and find out where my seat was and wow it was brilliant, behind the North End Zone three rows from the front, the view for the game was going to be fantastic. As a matter of fact if you watch the game you can se me taking photos of the opening kick off. Just as I got to my seat the players came out to start their warm ups so I decided to get a few photos. After taking ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Renaissance Chicago O'Hare Suites Hotel
This Renaissance is the One!!
I recently ended up stranded in Chicago because of bad weather and after a long day of travelling, I was not pleased until I ended up at the Renaissance O'Hare! What a beautiful hotel this is, I was really impressed considering I chose this hotel at random, I wasn't looking for anything fancy. The front desk clerk upgraded me to a corner deluxe room and it was HUGE! The bed was the most comfortable I've slept in a while and I had a great dinner at the restaurant. Thanks to the bartender for the laughs, especially after the long day I've had and if you've ever been to O'Hare Airport, you'd know what I mean!
I do agree with the other reviews about the hotel shuttle though, but I can't blame the hotel for that, the traffic is always slow in Chi-town!! Enjoy.....
I stayed here three nights on business and I was very impressed with the hotel and especially the staff. The hotel really goes out of the way to accomadate you and make you feel welcome.
My family (me, my wife, and nine-year old son), stayed here for seven nights. Overall, this was a great hotel.
Great Airport Hotel / Bad Shuttle
This is a great airport hotel. The rooms are very nice and big. The bed and bathroom are clean, modern and comfortable. The concierge lounge is excellent. The shuttle however with pickups from O'Hare can be 30 minutes during the afternoon and evening with traffic.
Quiet and clean!
What a wonderful hotel. Hidden from a busy area, this hotel was clean and quiet considering its' proximity to the airport. The beds were comfortable and the bathrooms were large. There is also a nice fitness room and pool. We will be back!!
Stayed there early june for a conference. The hotel was new and the rooms are actually suites! Large and very comfortable room, but needs an in room refrigerator. The hotel is really stuck out in nowhere with not much else to do but work and exercise(equipment and pool are great). The hotel only has one restaurant or you can order room service.
We stayed at this hotel during Memorial Weekend. Here is our review:
Great Airport Hotel
The Renaissance Chicago O'Hare Hotel is presumably the nicest property in the vicinty of the Chicago O'Hare Airport. With shuttle service to/from the hotel every 15 minutes, guests aren't burdened with having to wait in line for a taxi. The guestroom are very spacious with wonderful beds including pillowtop and down comforters. The bathroom is very large with a beautiful glass shower. Families who are stuck due to a cancalled flight will find plenty to do including spending time at the large indoor pool facility.
The hotel is made up of suites. Great for the business traveler;
This hotel opened in late February 2005. I spent one night in March and it was outstanding. The hotel is a little hard to find - I drove and the street changes names and the hotel is accessible on one side and is located on the edge of a business complex so it was a little hard to find. The exterior doors have darkened windows giving the hotel the appearance of being closed (I arrived at night). The lobby and rooms are very modern and tastefully furnished. The rooms are suites. There's a sofa, chair, modern work desk and comfortable desk chair in the living room, along with a small bar and a tv. The bedroom has an exceptionally comfortable bed, dresser, small closet, and a tv. The bathrooom features a glass oversized shower. Everyone on the staff I encountered was extremely helpful. The restaurant food was delicious - the night I ate there they were featuring tapas with a European style salad bar. There's plenty of free parking in the covered parking lot adjacent to the hotel, and there's a complimentary hotel shuttle. Great introductory room rates, too.