An unbeatable location inside the airport, luxe rooms, two restaurants, a bar and a huge fitness center elevate the pet-friendly Hilton Chicago O'Hare, where guests are within steps of the boarding gates. A high-end airport stay can be had at this 10-story hotel, where lobby kiosks allow you to check into one of the 860 rooms sporting signature beds with plush pillowtop mattresses and down comforters, 42-inch, HDTVs, baths with designer toiletries and Wi-Fi (for a fee in the rooms, free in the lobby). When it's time to dine, there's steak and scotch at the fine dining restaurant, burgers and wings at the sports bar and Italian-leaning cuisine at the casual eatery, plus a grab-and-go market for light bites. Fitness-minded folks head for the impressive, 8,000 square-foot fitness center. Valet parking is available at the hotel for a fee. Note: The pool, jacuzzi and steam room are currently out of service until approximately August 15, 2014. The hotel is ideally located for travelers in Terminal 2 of O'Hare International Airport. The Chicago L Blue Line brings guests to downtown Chicago in 30 minute and affords easy access to top attractions. Allstate Arena is an eight-minute drive north. A "very convenient location," "comfy beds" in "fantastic" rooms and a "very friendly" staff are among the highlights of the "great" Hilton Chicago O'Hare Airport.
Located in the heart of an international airport, this upscale hotel allows for a variety of diverse dining options, and the city's CTA Blue Line that provides quick access to downtown is only a few steps away. One dog is allowed for an additional one time pet fee of $50.
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