Illinois Accommodation and lodging listings

Illinois was recognized as a state, by the United States of America in 1818. Although Illinois has had a turbulent history, today it is without doubt a land of diversity and prosperity. Bulls and Bears rein supreme in the sporting arenas of Chicago. Live theatre, museums and daytimes favorite talk show can all be found in Illinois. Outdoor activities are found throughout Illinois year-round. Visitors and residents can always find something to do in Illinois.

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Super 8

Approx 2km away in Okawville:

Quiet, rural, country setting located on Highway 64, exit 41 Last property from the east before greater St. Louis area First property from the west after St.

Photograph of Super 8, Okawville
812 North Henhouse Road
Okawville, Illinois
62271


Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Rockford

Approx 7km away in Rockford:

Located near many attractions for all age groups and interests, with quick access to I-90 and Business 20.

Photograph of Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Rockford, Rockford
200 SOUTH BELL SCHOOL ROAD
Rockford, Illinois
61108

Marriott Suites Chicago Deerfield

Approx 3km away in Deerfield:

When you're looking for hotels in the Chicago area, the Chicago Marriott Suites Deerfield hotel offers a convenient location and spacious accommodations.

Photograph of Marriott Suites Chicago Deerfield, Deerfield
Two Parkway North
Deerfield, Illinois
60015
"This hotel is an all-suites hotel, with each room having a separate living space equipped with a refrigerator (but no kitchen). The room is attractively furnished and has a very comfortable bed. ..... "

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Illinois was also home to President Abraham Lincoln and his wife Mary Todd Lincoln. It was here that this great leader began his career in politics. After trying his hand a several different jobs, Lincoln ran for the Illinois Senate seat. He lost. However, the election and debate he participated in caught the attention of the Republican National Party and he was soon nominated and elected as President of the United States.

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