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Chicago Midway Airport Hotels
We look forward to the opportunity to assist you in booking your hotel stay at Chicago Midway International Airport. Our Chicago Midway International Airport Hotels offer complete services for the leisure and business traveler. All hotels are rated by AAA and Mobil Travel Guide. All Chicago Midway International Hotels have been inspected by our staff for quality and comfort.
Many of our Chicago Midway International Airport Hotels offer free airport shuttle as well as special parking packages with up to 14 days parking. Whether you're travelling on business or leisure you'll be sure to find a hotel that suits your budget and needs at Airport Hotel Service. We buy in bulk from hotels, which means you get big discounts off the official hotel 'rack rate' - that's what most people pay when they just turn up at the hotel without a prepaid booking.
Featured Airport Hotels
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL AND SUITES - CHICAGO / MIDWAY AIRPORT
0.9 mi / 1.5 km to Chicago Midway Airport
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When you walk into the front door you will find a grand stair case built with beauty. The rooms are built with the same quality and style.
MARRIOTT CHICAGO MIDWAY
0.7 mi / 1.1 km to Chicago Midway Airport
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This Marriott hotel is decorated in furnishings with rich red colors that make the hotel feel elegant and high class.
About Chicago Midway International Airport
Chicago Midway International Airport is the second-largest airport in both Chicago and the state of Illinois, and is conveniently located on the city's Southwest Side, surrounded by a mix of residential neighborhoods and industrial parks, and less than 10 miles from downtown. First opened in 1923 as Chicago Air Park and renamed Chicago Municipal Airport in 1927, the name Chicago Midway Airport was adopted in 1949 in honor of World War II's Battle of Midway.
Midway operated as the world's busiest passenger airport until it was surpassed by Chicago-O'Hare International Airport in 1961. Since Midway's relatively short runways could not accommodate early passenger jets, operations at the airport dwindled. It returned to relevance with a series of renovations and upgrades begun in late-1960s and the advent of jets capable of shorter takeoffs and landings.
Discount air carriers including Southwest and Air Tran airlines have revitalized Midway, offering flights to more than 50 destinations and serving more than 17 million travelers each year. Midway's modern terminal includes the Midway Boulevard, which contains a food court, restaurants, and shops. News and gift shops, food vendors, and ATMs are located in the terminal and in each of the three concourses. Wi-fi Internet access is available throughout the airport. Covered parking is located just off the main terminal complex, and shuttle bus service to O'Hare International Airport runs hourly.