Hotel Carleton Of Oak Park Oak Park
Gracious accommodations await guests staying at the Carleton of Oak Park Hotel. This Oak Park, Ill., hotel is convenient to Interstate 290 and just 10 miles to downtown Chicago. One block from the hotel is the train station. Guests staying at the Carleton of Oak Park can enjoy such nearby activities as a day of shopping down Michigan Avenue, sightseeing in downtown Chicago, or a day of sailing and fishing on Lake Michigan. An elegant lobby in European dÚcor welcomes guests to the Carleton of Oak Park Hotel. This boutique style hotel includes a concierge to help guests arrange outings in Chicago, a fitness center and beauty shop to relax and unwind in throughout the day, as well as complimentary parking. Business travelers can appreciate roomy on site meeting and banquet facilities, a business center and laundry/dry cleaning services. The hotel's restaurant, Philander's, is open daily for dinner and specializes in fine American and Continental cuisine of prime aged steaks and seafood. The restaurant includes the Barclay room ideal for private parties with its wine cellar atmosphere. On site Poor Phil's serves three meals daily and includes a sports bar for late night crowds. Guestrooms and suites at the Carleton of Oak Park Hotel are beautifully appointed with antique like furniture and comfortable bedding adorned with decorative coverlets. While select rooms feature wireless Internet as well as living, dining and kitchen areas for guest convenience, all rooms include complimentary coffee and daily newspapers and come equipped with data ports for complimentary Internet service.
Hotel The Write Inn Oak Park
With the verve of a Roaring Twenties hotel, the Write Inn Hotel perches in Oak Park's Historical District, home to Ernest Hemingway's birthplace and architect Frank Lloyd Wright's house. The hotel is one fifth mile from a train stop leading to downtown Chicago 10 miles, a 15 minute train ride, away. What's more, the inn is ideally located close to major thoroughfares for driving to Chicagoland's western suburbs. Parents, kids, couples and other travelers can take breaks from the business and sightseeing next to the hotel in Scoville Park, which features tennis courts and children's play areas. This being Chicagoland, guests will find plenty of restaurants, from the inexpensive to the sublime, but Hemmingway's Bistro in the Write Inn is no slouch. Bistro patrons enjoy fine French cuisine enhanced with fresh Midwestern ingredients. The four story hotel's 64 guestrooms feature antiques and accessories from the 1920s, but 21st century amenities, such as Sealy Posturepedic mattresses, Internet access, cable TV, kitchenettes and refrigerators. Travelers are 15 25 minutes from O'Hare International and Midway airports. Vacationers to the Windy City looking for a nifty location far from the maddening crowds will find the Write Inn in the historic village of Oak Park a good alternative to the sterile downtown skyscrapers.