In Perfect Balance
Staying at the hotels in Bridgeview, Illinois, will give more than the chance to spend the day in Chicago and then get out of the city for the night, they will offer you a window into the history of the area and access to the what makes it so thrilling today. The village of Bridgeview began as farmland for incoming settlers in the 1800s and then moved into real estate and industry in the 1920s. It was named for the combined views of the village from three separate bridges but only by the narrow margin on one vote over the name Oketo.
Today, it still holds the same suburban charm it has for over 60 years, a perfect representation of a balanced community with equal shares of residential, commercial, and industrial zones. It is also the home to the Chicago Fire, a Major League Soccer team, whose home field, Toyota Park, has also hosted other professional sports teams, music concerts, and even the 2006 Major League Soccer All-Star Game. All that gives you the chance to get a great night’s sleep in a village that is both quaint and modern, a peaceful hideaway, and a direct connection to the big city.
Local Just Got An Upgrade
When you use the word local at the hotels in Bridgeview, you aren’t just talking about Toyota Park where the Fire plays or the unique collection of cultures in the village, you are also talking about everything that makes Chicago such a great place to visit. With less than a 20-minute drive from the lobby of your hotel, you can enjoy the Art Institute of Chicago, the Symphony Center, the Lyric Opera, the Lincoln Park Zoo, Wrigley Field, and the Museum of Science and Industry. All of that can be yours when you select one of the great hotels in Bridgeview, Illinois, today.