Stay Small Town
The village of Broadview started out just as many of the other villages around Chicago did. It was originally the home to various Native American tribes, offering rich hunting to the Pottawatomie, Chippewa, and Ottawa tribes. In the mid-1800s, settlers began to arrive, mostly of German descent, and they drained the swampland in the area to begin farming potatoes, corn, oats, and wheat. As more immigrants were attracted to the area, it gained a local community and was eventually named by the daughter of its first president for the nearby railroad station. Today, you can still enjoy the quiet and kindness of that small village atmosphere when you stay at the hotels in Broadview, Illinois. Local parks offer a place to relax and enjoy nature, local businesses offer small town shopping options and unique dining experiences, and local residents offer a friendly wave and great advice about the area.
Live Big City
As you might have guessed already, the very best part of staying at the hotels in Broadview is the location. But that benefit has two sides to it, each as advantageous and attractive as the other. After you enjoy the peace of the small village, you can hop in your car and drive less than 20 minutes into Chicago to live it up in the big city. Right from the quiet of your room or suite, you will be only moments from enjoying the Adler Planetarium, the Brookfield Zoo, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. And with choices like the Holiday Inn Express, Extended Stay America, and the Hampton Inn, you’ll have all kinds of options to make your next trip to the Windy City exactly what you want it to be. Get more for your money and enjoy the best of two worlds when you stay at the hotels in Broadview, Illinois, today.