Clarion Inn Elmhurst - Oakbrook
933 S. Riverside Drive
Elmhurst, IL 60126
Phone: (630) 279-0700
Fax: (630) 279-0131
933 S. Riverside Drive, Elmhurst, IL, US, 60126
- Phone: (630) 279-0700
- Fax: (630) 279-0131
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Providing flat rate, personal service to/from O'Hare and Midway Airports and the loop.
Provides no-hassle vehicle rentals to service all your travel needs.
Also known as the First Church of Lombard, Maple Street Chapel is a historic church that was completed in 1851. This church, famed for its Gothic Revival architecture, is one of Lombard's best-known landmarks, and is managed by the Maple Street Chapel Preservation Society, Inc. The Maple Street Chapel Folk Concert Series is one of the most popular events organized, and attracts locals and tourists alike. Tours of the chapel are usually held between 2p and 4p.
The First Congregational Church of Western Springs is a landmark in Western Springs. Children’s Sunday School is organized at 9:00a and 10:30a on Sundays. Also, adult Christian education programs are carried out at 10:15a. The First Congregational Church’s Preschool is a facility for the community. Spread across 1.6 acres (0.65 hectares) of land area, the historic building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
This hospital has been nationally recognized for contributions to the study and treatment of cardiovascular disease, perinatal and neonatal disorders, cancer and burn injuries. It has a cranial base surgery center, pediatric intensive care unit, heart and bone marrow transplantation units, and helicopter service.
A city located in the DuPage County of Illinois, Wood Dale is a charming community of more than 13,000 residents. Like most American towns and cities, the land that would later become Wood Dale once belonged to a Native American tribe, and was taken over by the State after Illinois received the status of a state in 1818. Today, Wood Dale is a humble city, being home to a vast acreage of open spaces, modest homes, and a vibrant and friendly community. See the website to know more.
Built in the 1920s by worshipers of the Medina Temple in Chicago, this golf club is located only 24 miles from Chicago. It hosts one of the most important international golf events, the PGA Tournament, on its Course Three, with a 7,508 yard area. It boasts of two other golf courses and a picturesque club house, situated on 450 acres of lush green land. For details on upcoming events and other information, check the website.
If you have never flown in or out of here, then you better assume you need at least an extra hour of time then you thought you did. For some reason, it always seems that your plane is at the last terminal, which inevitable takes over a half hour to walk to and from. Billed as the world's busiest airport, there can be no doubt that, in fact, it is. Opened in 1955, the airport quickly became the world's largest transportation hub and the flurry of activity inside certainly reflects this. You can get here easily from the Loop with the CTA's Blue Line, which is often faster (and cheaper) than either a limo or taxi. If you are flying internationally you will have to take the monorail to the international terminal. Otherwise, the Blue Line lets you off right in the domestic terminal, unbeatable for convenience. Although there has been constant talk of adding a third airport to alleviate the crowds and stress of O'Hare, you will still find that things run pretty smoothly, and most airlines are as accommodating as possible when unexpected surprises do occur.
One of the country's first planned communities, the Riverside Landscape Architecture District covers much of Riverside's area. Famous for the antique gas lanterns that light many of its streets, the district includes buildings designed by renowned architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, William Le Barron Jenney, Louis Sullivan and Calvert Vaux.