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The 4 Best Business Hotels in Rosemont

Rosemont has fast become a popular town for business travelers thanks to its five-minute distance from Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, as well as the enormous Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in town.

If you are in town on business, but still want to experience some of the great local shopping and dining at the MB Financial Park and the Fashion Outlets of Chicago, here are some of the best hotels that will help you get your work done and relax after a long day of meetings all at the same time.

1. The Westin O’Hare

The upscale Westin O’Hare gives guests fast and easy access both to O’Hare Airport and downtown Chicago, thanks to its free airport shuttle service and its location one block from the Blue Line train which takes visitors directly downtown. Though the Westin provides plenty of amenities for its guests, including an indoor pool, fitness center, and rooms with the latest in luxury design, the rates are budget-friendly enough to help business travelers relax without breaking the bank. The hotel’s in-house business center will also help you take care of all your work needs so you can take the rest of the day off to de-stress at any of the nearby shopping and dining options.

2. Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel

The chic and modern Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel offers guests a 24-hour fitness center, four on-site dining options, a business center and free Wi-Fi to help take care of all your work. The hotel is also just steps away from the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. Guests should keep in mind that the hotel is a smoke-free property, but it is very pet-friendly, so if you are a traveler who can’t leave your favorite companion behind, book a room at the Loews Chicago O’Hare.

3. Aloft Chicago O’Hare

If you’re looking for a hotel in the middle of the fun-filled MB Financial Park, book a room at the Aloft Chicago O’Hare. The Aloft offers a shuttle for visitors to and from the airport, and tailors its services to business travelers with high-tech rooms and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. An on-site lounge and bar make for an enjoyable evening after a long day of work, so after using the hotel’s amenities and business center to finish work, business travelers can kick back and relax.

4. Hyatt Rosemont O’Hare

Business travelers who want to stay active and outdoors on their trip should book a stay at the Hyatt Rosemont O’Hare. The hotel has jogging and biking paths just 0.2 miles away that take visitors through the beautiful and relaxing Cook Country Forest Preserve District. Foodies will appreciate the delicious Networks Restaurant, which also offers outdoor patio seating for lunch and dinner. In addition to the fully equipped business center, business travelers will also enjoy the relaxing spa and the soundproof hotel rooms that visitors always praise for the great sleep you can enjoy there.

If you are heading to Rosemont for a trade conference at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center or for business meetings in downtown Chicago, the above four Rosemont hotels are guaranteed to strike the perfect balance between work and play to help you make the most of your trip.

Photo by Kevin Stokes.


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