The Sleep Inn Midway Airport Bedford Park is located at 6550 South Cicero Avenue, Bedford Park, Illinois. This hotel is only one mile away from the Airport. They have a free shuttle service to the airport and the hotel. Some of the services include complimentary continental breakfast, and a free newspaper daily. They also have an exercise room, room service, in room coffee makers, and cable television. The service is excellent for this location. The hotel is clean and comfortable. It really is perfect for an overnight stay especially if your flight was delayed and you’re looking for something affordable. The rates will cost you about with your AAA discount. They have your basic standard rooms with twin and queen size beds.
Amenities include free WiFi, a Business Center, a 2,500 sq. ft. event room, a massage studio and a Fitness Center. They also have a steam room, hot tub, heated pool and an outdoor pool. For their dog policy, dog over 50 lbs. are not allowed. Reservation is important to ensure booking to a pet-friendly room. The charge is /dog.
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We route ourselves to Denver! Ah, civilization. I order a delicious, hearty, warm, made-to-order pasta Alfredo. It was amazing. Although I try to eat healthy, I knew I deserved this. And the frozen Margarita. After dinner I was stuffed and the food coma started to sink in. We start heading north towards Wyoming to find a place to camp. Whoops, it’s 9pm and campgrounds are a little off the beaten path. I open my triple AAA book and start calling every hotel, motel, holiday inn, in a 30 mile radius. Everything, and literally I mean everything was booked! As a last resort we pull into the Trucker’s Motel. (That really is what it’s called). Attached to a bar and with a stench of cigarettes I sign my life away (well, the receipt) and head in to call it a night.
The Renditions in Davidsonville is a very well-known Golf course because of the eighteen holes there which are the exact copy of a golf course where quite a few important championships have been held. It started in the end of the year 2001 as a public golf course. Davidsonville may only have one golf course but visiting this place is worth it. Comfort Inn, Hampton Inn, Springhill Suites are few hotels which you can check in to when in Davidsonville.
Checking in was easy enough. The registration desk is right past the entrance doors to the right side when you walk in. You just give them your ID and hotel confirmation information, and they give you your room and key. Then, you get into a tiny elevator that can fit about four people and make your way to your room.
Walking down the little halfway which has bright yellow and brown stripped carpet are 2 Queen sized beds with a night stand in the middle. Each bed has 4 pillows, a soft down one, a firm down one, a firm regular pillow, and also one to support the neck. Wow, that was a surprise. I almost brought my down pillow and was pleased that I had left it at home. I am always worried that I will leave it at the hotel when I check out. There are 2 comfortable armchairs, a table, a really large chest of drawers with the television in the middle. At one side is an individual cup coffee/tea maker. There are lots of lamps.