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If you really want to save on hotel costs, consider staying farther out of the city near O’Hare Airport. The Holiday Inn and Suites Chicago O’Hare Rosemont is one option. The pros: You’ll spend significantly less on your hotel room. If you’ve procrastinated in booking your hotel, the Holiday Inn may still have availability. You can enjoy famous, delicious Chicago deep dish pizza at the nearby Giordano’s Pizza without the long lines you’ll find in the Loop. The cons: You’ll be in a more suburban setting and will not be close to Chicago’s main attractions. On marathon morning, you’ll want to allot at least 1 hour  to 1:15 to make the trek downtown by train (the Blue Line). You may want to spend some of the money you’ve saved by staying in Rosemont on a cab, Lyft or Uber to get you to the starting line.

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  • Distance to Starting Line: 18.3 Miles | Map out your travel route carefully before marathon morning and allot extra time. Your two easiest options: Take a cab, Uber or Lyft all the way into the city or just to the nearby Rosemont CTA station (mass transit). From there, take the Blue Line downtown to the Monroe station. The starting line is a short walk from here.

    1 Review for Holiday Inn and Suites Chicago O’Hare Rosemont

    Shelly Hennig

    10 Reviews

    Big Money Saver in Suburban Setting

    5/ 5

    If you really want to save on hotel costs, consider staying farther out of the city near O’Hare Airport. The Holiday Inn and Suites Chicago O’Hare Rosemont is one option. The pros: You’ll spend significantly less on your hotel room. If you’ve procrastinated in booking your hotel, the Holiday Inn may still have availability. You can enjoy famous, delicious Chicago deep dish pizza at the nearby Giordano’s Pizza without the long lines you’ll find in the Loop. The cons: You’ll be in a more suburban setting and will not be close to Chicago’s main attractions. On marathon morning, you’ll want to allot at least 1 hour to 1:15 to make the trek downtown by train (the Blue Line). You may want to spend some of the money you’ve saved by staying in Rosemont on a cab, Lyft or Uber to get you to the starting line.

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