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The city of magical experiences invites you into its world of beautiful beaches, ancient art and vibrant shopping districts. While for those who appreciate art there is none better place than the Art Institute of Chicago, shopping lovers will find the Magnificent Mile simply irresistible. The city of Chicago also offers an exclusive range of hotels to meet everyone's budget, so accommodation is never a problem.

Best Areas to Book a Hotel in Chicago

We understand the importance of finding the perfect Chicago hotel that meets your need, style and budget, so we have listed some of the best neighborhoods to stay in Chicago, based on the area proximity to top attractions and the selection of hotels for different budget.

Budget travelers will find most of the cheap hotels and guest houses on the 'Lake Cook Road'. So for those who want to save some money, this neighborhood is not a bad choice at all.

Luxury lovers should book their accommodation on the North Michigan Avenue which is home to some of the best upscale and mid-range hotels. Whether you want to enjoy a rejuvenating spa experience or taste world cuisines, these hotels offer everything under the sun.

If shopping is in your blood then book your accommodation near the Magnificent Mile. This mile long stretch of shopping stores is where you can get the best of clothing, electronics, art and much more.

Tips to Save on Chicago Hotel Deals

If you are looking to save then travel in the off-season (January-March) when the temperature varies in the 15-45 degrees Fahrenheit range. Chilly weather keeps most of the tourists away so you can easily get discounts on the hotel rooms.

Book at least three weeks in advance if you are looking to avail discounts on the hotel rooms. Remember the sooner you book the greater the discount is.

If you are going on a long vacation then opt for a complete package (flights + hotels + sightseeing). Packages tend to be much less costly as compared to buying everything separately.