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So Much to do, Let's Make the Time

This vibrant neighborhood offers an abundance of stunning diversions, from trendy shops to dazzling dining to exciting theater and nightclubs. As one of Chicago's more established lakefront neighborhoods, Lakeview East is a diverse place to visit and explore. For the baseball fan, our hotel is blocks from historic Wrigley Field, home of the 2016 World Series Champions Chicago Cubs. Outdoor enthusiasts can embrace the lakefront beaches, get things moving on the running and bike paths or launch a boat at Belmont Harbor. It's also host to some of Chicago's biggest annual events including Halsted Street Market Days, the Annual PrideFest and Pride Parade, and the Lakeview East Festival of the Arts for all day (and night) art, live music and outdoor dining. Of course, there is no lack of night life with the Elbo Room, The Vic and Park West boasting some of the greatest musical talent the city has to offer. If you're a theater buff, Blue Man Group performs at the Briar Street Theatre just blocks away, and continues to thrill audiences year after year. 

Given the current situation around the world, many events in Chicago have been postponed and some attractions have been temporarily closed.
However,  there are still so many ways to enjoy the city! Just remember, masks are required at all public places in the city. And many of the attractions listed
below require reservations to enhance social distancing. 

Love to dine under the stars? Well, you're in luck! You can still enjoy outdoor dining or cocktails at many area restaurants, yes, it's a little chilly,
but that's what heaters are for. And of course, delivery and curbside pick-up is available at most every restaurant.

ZooLights are brightly shining once again at Lincoln Park Zoo! Enjoy the beauty of the season with the Zoo's star attractions. Reservations are
required to promote social distancing.

There's nothing quite like the
Magnificent Mile holiday lights that set Michigan avenue aglow. There wasn't a parade, but there are thousands of
glorious lights to enjoy. Stroll the Mag Mile and share away on instagram! 

Looking for something unique? Many of Chicao'g boutique stores are open for business, with limited capacity. And most of the major department
stores are open as well. The upside of limited capacity? No crowds!

For a little excitement, ice skate the Skating Ribbon at Maggie Daly Park
. . . it's a thrill a minute as you wind and dip through the park. Reservations
are required.


Area Parks are open for you to discover and enjoy. Check out Lincoln Park, Millennium Park, and Grant park all with a dramatic skyline backdrop. 

 

 

 

 






















 

 
Wrigley Field, Chicago

Wrigley Field

Catch a Chicago Cubs game at the historic Wrigley Field. Enjoy a day of exciting baseball, hot dogs, cold beer and family time at this legendary ballpark.
Lincoln Park Zoo, Illinois

Lincoln Park Zoo

Chicago's number one family destination, the Lincoln Park Zoo features exotic animals from around the globe, beautiful gardens and daily kid's programs.
Downtown Chicago

Downtown Chicago

Downtown Chicago is an incredible destination for art, fashion and adventure. Catch a concert at Millennium Park or enjoy shopping and dining on the Magnificent Mile.
Attractions
Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, Chicago

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum highlights the natural history of Illinois, with more than 100 hands on exhibits, including the incredible butterfly house.
Belmont Theatre District, Illinois

Belmont Theatre District

The Belmont Theater District is the city's vibrant destination for anything live! Check out stage productions, dance recitals, live music, improve and sketch comedy shows.