Sheraton Chicago Northbrook Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Sheraton Chicago Northbrook Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Chicago Northbrook Hotel
Travel Blogs from Northbrook
... seashore and strolled a bit. The food buffets are abundant with a lot of new choices. We slept well, and enjoyed a bountiful breakfast... lots of fish!
The most repeated word of advice from our Israeli tour guide and our Moody guides is "drink plenty of water." They remind us of this continually. The dry desert climate here dehydrates one quickly. We have been drinking water like it is our ...
... mummies, sculptures of Hercules and Greek Gods/Goddesses, paintings by Renoir, Monet and Van Gogh
- Magnificent Mile for shopping
- Watch a Bulls game if you can, you can also see the Jordan statue.
- For those who love Jordan shoes, check out the Nike Town on the Magnificent Mile for the entire collection.
- NOT TO DO Chicago Navy Pier: it was so boring we watched Captain America at the IMAX there instead
- Try the Deep Dish ...
... Suites Inn were not overselling themselves when they gave it that name. It's incredibly narrow facade is 25 stories high, and the top few floors only have five suites apiece. I'd barely had time to explore our huge apartment (almost the size of the condo I'm in in Winnipeg) when Jill knocked on the door. It was a happy reunion, and so great to see her again. We marvelled at the view from our 23rd floor windows, right over the Chicago River, and straight down the Magnificent ...
... from the day before. I sat under a tree in a corner of grant park and people watched while I ate. After breakfast I did the first of my self guided walking tours for the day. This one was around Millennium park. Millennium park is a 24.5 acre park that opened in 2004. Stop number 1 was the Crown Fountain, it is supposed to be an interactive fountain that displays faces and periodically shoots water from their lips. Unfortunately when ...
... any complaints whatsoever. As I was in the park I decided that I'd do the Shedd Aquarium and Adler Planetarium.
When I saw the queue when I got to She'd aquarium I almost decided against as it was massive and it had started raining again. Just at the last minute I noticed there was nobody in the City Pass line (the bit I needed) and if you ever go anywhere I would definitely recommend it. For 49% discount you get VIP access to 5 Chicago tourist attractions ...