The Hyatt Place Chicago/Lombard/Oak Brook hotel provides visitors with a stylish stay and thoughtful amenities, such as free Wi-Fi, free parking, and on-site dining. Those spending time at the pet-friendly day rooms can enjoy the tranquility of nature at the Morton Arboretum, or all the big city delights of Chicago, from art museums to wildlife centers.
Range of Restaurants – If Greek treats take your fancy then pay Greek Islands Lombard a visit for taverna-style comfort food from the Mediterranean. The Capital Grille serves upscale classic American fare, with steak a specialty, whilst falafel, tabbouleh, and other Middle Eastern treats comprise the menu at Jerusalem Café. Meanwhile, fans of Mexican can sate their appetites at Burrito Parrilla Mexicana.
The Morton Arboretum – Southwest of the hourly rooms is the Morton Arboretum, a sprawling nature preserve that covers 1,700 acres. You can get some light exercise wandering the trails, or see if you can make like the minotaur and navigate your way through the maze garden. And be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the giant wooden trolls that dot the scenery.
Windy City Attractions – All the diversions of Chicago are close at hand, including sweeping panoramic views of the urban vista courtesy of the Willis Tower and its Skydeck, located on the 103rd floor. Art lovers can peruse the collection of global works at the Art Institute of Chicago, which span the centuries and number in the hundreds of thousands. Or you can explore the fringes of human knowledge at the Field Museum and the Museum of Science and Industry. And you can walk on the wild side at Shedd Aquarium and Brookfield Zoo.
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