Are you planning a trip to the windy city in the near future? If so, consider an extended stay in Chicago for your next trip. Whether your visit to Chicago is professional, medical, or vacation related staying at an extended stay hotel such as InTown Suites offers is always affordable and convenient.
Booking a week-long stay at InTown Suites Chicago is often less expensive than booking a one-night stay in a downtown Chicago hotel, even if you only plan on staying one or two nights. You’ll also have more space and an in-room kitchen, making you feel at home. These are luxuries you won’t find at other standard hotels.
Having an in-room kitchen is a great way to save and keep any trip budget-friendly. Our in-room kitchens come complete with a microwave, two-burner stovetop, and a full-size refrigerator.
We’ve put together a list of grocery and big box stores for you near each of our Chicago properties – you’ll have no problem, stocking your full-size refrigerator and cooking your meals while in town.
There are so many things to do and see while staying in Chicago. Check out the Chicago skyline, visit Navy Pier, or catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirrored sculpture at Millennium Park. We’ve put together a list of free or budget-friendly things to do while in Chicago!
Grab a game or take a tour at the infamous Cubs stadium, Wrigley Field! Purchase tickets to a “theme night” and score extra swag like free ball-caps and gear in addition to watching a great game!
Take in the art and architecture in Millennium Park for free! Get up close and personal with Cloud Gate, the mirrored sculpture in the park, a great place for a photo op. Millennium Park often times have other free cultural events throughout the year like festivals, concerts, and more!
Explore the iconic Navy Pier in Chicago, one of the best views in the whole city! Open year-round, Navy Pier is open to the public and offers a plethora of restaurants and attractions within. Break in your sea legs and try one of the many cruises that depart from Navy Pier!
Get a breathtaking 360-degree view of Chi-town from Willis Tower. Ride to the 103rd floor and step out onto the glass-encased balcony called The Ledge for the ultimate view of Chicago! The Skydeck is open year-round from 9am – 10pm, Sunday through Friday, and from 8:30am – 12am on Saturday. Tickets are $25 for adults and $17 for children.
Walk the 1.25-mile path along the river of this beautiful city. Here you can enjoy shops, eateries, and even a boat tour on the Chicago River. Public art exhibitions like Allium are all around the riverwalk for you to enjoy as well. The kids will really love the Riverwalk too, there are extraordinary playscapes designed and built by Design Museum Foundation for kids to explore while on the walk.