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Shopping Hotel Guide in Chicago
Get ready to pick out your newest chic outfit, because style is the name of the game when you’re shopping in Chicago.
- Book your stay at a Chicago hotel near the shopping areas of town
- Choose a room or suite that matches your needs
- Find excellent discounts on hotels for more money to spend on clothes and souvenirs
There are numerous parts of the city to find new threads and designs, but there is only one place you absolutely must check out first: The Magnificent Mile®.
This stretch of road is polka dotted with shops of all kinds. Looking for designer brands? You’ll find them here. Searching for one-of-kind boutiques? Yes, they’re here, too. Hoping to find some souvenirs or looking for a cheap umbrella to get through the windy day? You can find what you need on the Mile. For something on the opposite end of the spectrum, don’t miss a stop in the Bucktown-Wicker Park area. Known for its more urban and alternative feel, you can find bold art for sale, along with several up-and-coming boutiques. Once you’re ready to explore a new shopping district, make State Street your next destination. This bustling avenue is home to a mix of luxury treats and bargain finds. There are also several art deco buildings, which give glimpses of history to go along with the modern wares on the shelves and hangers.
One thing you’ll never get hung up on are prices on Chicago hotels when you book right here on Expedia.ca. We only spotlight the top discounts on accommodations in the city, including great rates on hotels in Chicago close to shopping districts. Stay near The Magnificent Mile®, State Street, and anywhere else in town for the easiest access from the shops to the closet in your hotel.
A trip to Chicago is calling your name. Just remember to leave some extra space in your carry-on for all those one-of-a-kind treasures you’re bringing home.