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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Mark Twain Hotel

Approx 1km away in Peoria:

Built in 1967 the nine-story Mark Twain Hotel has undergone massive renovations transforming the once commonplace chain motel into Peorias Premier Boutique Hotel.

Photograph of Mark Twain Hotel, Peoria
225 Northeast Adams Street
Peoria, Illinois

Comfort Suites

Approx 2km away in Grayslake:

Comfort Suites offers a unique location with Grayslake situated just north of Chicago, 26 miles from Chicago O'Hare and just 40 minutes south of Milwaukee.

Photograph of Comfort Suites, Grayslake
SW Corner of Highway 120 & 45`
Grayslake, Illinois

Quality Inn & Suites

Approx 3km away in Bloomington:

Conveniently located in the heart of Bloomington, the Quality Inn & Suites East is perfect for the business or leisure traveler. In 2006 the hotel was totally renovated with new furniture, carpet, paint and all.

Photograph of Quality Inn & Suites, Bloomington
1803 East Empire Street
Bloomington, Illinois
"Excellent location. Would be a good spot for a business traveler or those without need of a pool. Decor appeared slightly worn but clean. Free wireless internet and continental breakfast were great. ..... "

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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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