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Leave Chicago and travel up a little to the northwest and you'll come to Rosemont, a place that will be well known to business visitors and tourists alike. That's because it's so close to Chicago O'Hare International Airport, but – while an excellent base for quick visits to Illinois – it's well worth seeing in its own right. The shopping here is some of the best in the state, and it also boasts superb concert venues and buzzing nightspots to rival those found in the Windy City nearby.

Things to see

If you're in Rosemont, you've basically got to go shopping. It's one of the reasons even people in Chicago head over. One of the retail meccas in this neck of the woods is Fashion Outlets of Chicago. A slightly unimaginative name, perhaps, but who cares when there's so much choice on offer under one huge roof? Some of the world's most exclusive designer brands have stores here, but you'll also find plenty of mid-range high street brands to browse between as well. Elsewhere in town, you can take in a live show at the Rosemont Theatre, an epic venue with seating for up to 4,400 people. Everyone from Dolly Parton to Britney Spears to David Bowie have performed here over the years. One of the major meeting spaces in the state can also be found in the Rosemont area – that's the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, which has a vast exhibition space and a real magnet for industry and commerce in Illinois. Sports fans have cause to get to know Rosemont, because it boasts the Allstate Arena, home to the Chicago Wolves hockey team and the women's basketball team Chicago Sky.

Hotels in Rosemont

Rosemont hotels are perfect for those in Illinois for both business and pleasure. While it's somewhat lacking in quirky boutique accommodation, the hotels are reliable and comfortable Working travelers can take full advantage of the free WiFi that's typically available, either in public spaces or guestrooms or both, not to mention on-site conference rooms and well-equipped business centers. Most guestrooms feature air conditioning and flat-screen televisions, while the larger hotels also have extra facilities like pools and fitness centers.

Where to stay

There are many hotels in Rosemont, reflecting its status as a hub for business and shopping. A good deal of the accommodation is clustered in the town center, while some are right alongside the airport – ideal for those here on a flying visit. If you're here attending an event at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, you'll be pleased by the number of hotels also available within walking distance of the huge exhibition space.

How to get to Rosemont

Getting into Rosemont from afar is simple, because it's right next door to Chicago O'Hare International Airport, which handles flights coming in from a huge variety of major cities. Once you're in Rosemont, getting to other destinations like Chicago is a cinch as well. Rosemont is well connected by road and rail, and is on the CTA Blue Line of the Chicago "L" – that means you can get a direct service straight to central Chicago.