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What you should know about Lincoln Park

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Well-heeled Lincoln Park, a Chicago suburb lined with pretty Victorian brick houses, historic churches, and tranquil parks, is a world away from the busy central district of the city. At night, some of the streets come alive with the sound of blues music emanating from the bars. The sprawling 1,200-acre lakefront park that gives the district its name is home to walking trails, a free zoo, and a museum. While summer sees the biggest number of tourists, it's not always the best time to visit. Try spring or fall, when the weather is more agreeable and the hotels drop their prices.

What are the Top Hotels in Lincoln Park, Chicago?

The Hotel Lincoln perfectly blends contemporary with vintage. Expect bright colors, artwork, and eclectic furnishings, and there's also a rooftop terrace that looks out over the iconic city skyline. Built in the early 20th century, the Inn at Lincoln Park oozes old-world charm, with dark wooden paneling and contemporary architectural elements. Guests can enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast in the hotel's cafe. The Chicago Getaway Hostel sets a high bar for budget accommodation in the city, with little extras not usually found in backpacker accommodation. Here, WiFi, breakfast, and weekly events are all included.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Lincoln Park, Chicago?

Sports fans should stay in one of the hotels positioned to the northeast of Lincoln Park. Here, you can hop into Wrigley Field to catch a game in one of the oldest major baseball stadiums in the country. Alternatively, practice your swing on the Sydney R. Marovitz Golf Course. Spend a night in one of the cluster of hotels in the east of the district and you'll be right next to its namesake park. Take the kids to the free Lincoln Park Zoo, wander along the expansive trails next to the lake, or discover the city's past at the Chicago History Museum.

What are Hotels like in Lincoln Park, Chicago?

The affluent neighborhood is home to a diverse range of hotels. Some are historic old piles that've been welcoming guests for over half a century and still retain their charming old-world furnishings and decor. Others are decidedly more modern, with funky interiors and on-trend artwork adorning the walls. If you're lucky, you could score a hotel with a rooftop overlooking the district or dine in one of the excellent on-site restaurants. For more privacy, you can nab one of the apartments in town or, for rock-bottom prices, pick one of the top-notch hostels.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Lincoln Park, Chicago?

For such a well-to-do neighborhood, the hotel prices might pleasantly surprise you. Even at the height of the summer season, the best hotels in Lincoln Park shouldn't cost you any more than $200 to $250 a night. It gets even better than that if you don't mind forfeiting a few of the luxury touches. A comfortable 3-star will set you back between $100 and $180 a night, including breakfast. You can even score a room under $80 if you stay in one of the funky hostels or independent boutiques.

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