Wyndham Garden Inn Buffalo Grove
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsWyndham Garden Inn Buffalo Grove
Comfortable, large beds and big rooms. My husband and I stayed here for one night while traveling thru the area. Convenient to restaurants and shops and super clean. Fitness area and pool/spa were great to use as well. Also we stayed thru priceline and got an amazing deal I think it was $51 a night!!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Wyndham Garden Inn Buffalo Grove
Travel Blogs from Buffalo Grove
... end and the 4 of us are now en route with Amtrack to Chicago for 3 days.The train, although not designated 1st class, appears to be so, with huge comfortable seats and leg room so great one can barely reach the footrest or the tray table!Behind me sits an I talk an woman so periodically I have the pleasure of hearing the language again and understanding it. When we went to get a coffee the little Chicano guy serving, all smiles and genuine Latino charm, refers to ...
... went to the matinee performance of "Million Dollar Quartet" playing at Chicago's Apollo Theatre. Rather than being in Chicago's Theatreland District the Apollo is a few miles out of the city and it's a small local theatre with just 400 seats. Million Dollar Quartet is a musical based on the true story of the one and only occasion that Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins had an impromptu jamming session in the recording Studio. ...
... throughout. Foie gras, gnocchi, choux pastry infused with prosciutto, perch ,rice cakes are entrees. Home made sausage with home pickled sauerkraut, pike with tomatoes and slow cooked greens are mains. Just because we had not already eaten enough we shared delicious fried chèvre with honey and home made jam, spiced plum upside down cake and apple crumble. Fabulous thank you again Vivian and David. Great hosts in Chicago. We will host in Cherrybrook when you visit next ...
... of the tracks, where we had only a couple of minutes to wait for the train to Harlem via Oak Park. The village of Oak Park was founded in 1835 but apparently experienced substantial growth at the turn of the last century when the elevated trainline was extended out there. It is on the tourist circuit these days because of the homes built at around that time - many were designed by the American Midwest's Prairie School of architects; most famously Frank Lloyd Wright and John ...
Navy Pier was great. No problems getting the 10000 steps today as the walk to end is 1 mile. Fantastic views of the city behind and out to Lake Michigan.
Took a stroll down the Theatre District. Lots of great buildings. Took the opportunity to have a sneaky ale (it was only 11.30) but it was great. Very refreshing.
Tomorrow I will take in a bit more of Michigan Ave and have a look at the shops and perhaps do a tour of the Chicago ...