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Hyatt Rosemont
6350 N. River Road
Rosemont, IL, 60018

O'Hare Inn & Suites
4101 Mannheim Rd
Schiller Park, IL, 60176

Renaissance Chicago O'Hare
8500 West Bryn Mawr Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60631

Crowne Plaza Hotel Chicago O'Hare
5440 North River Rd
Rosemont, IL 60018

Holiday Inn Select Chicago O'Hare
10233 West Higgins Rd
Rosemont, IL 60018

Candlewood Suites Chicago O'Hare
4021 North Mannheim Rd
Schiller Park, IL 60176

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Chicago O'Hare
6600 North Mannheim Rd
Rosemont, IL 60018

Holiday Inn Chicago O'Hare Area
5615 North Cumberland Ave
Chicago, IL 60631

Hilton Chicago O'Hare Airport
O'Hare International Airport
Chicago, IL, 60666

Sheraton Gateway Suites Chicago O'Hare
6501 Mannheim Rd
Rosemont, IL, 60018

Doubletree Hotel Chicago O'Hare Airport Rosemont
5460 N River Rd
Rosemont, IL, 60018

Rosemont Chicago O'Hare
5550 N River Rd
Rosemont, IL, 60018

Extended Stay America Chicago - O'Hare
1201 E Touhy Ave
Des Plaines, IL, 60018

Residence Inn By Marriott O'Hare
7101 N Chestnut St
Rosemont, IL, 60018

Holiday Inn Chicago-Elk Grove
1000 Busse Rd
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

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About Chicago O'Hare International Airport

Chicago O'Hare International Airport is Chicago's largest airport and the third busiest airport in the world. In 2011, over 66 million passengers passed through the airport, as well as 1.7 million tons of freight and mail. O'Hare is a hub for both United Airlines and American Airlines, two of the major carriers in the United States. O'Hare was the first, and is now the only dual-hub airport in the country. The airport is also served by a number of other domestic and international carriers. All told, O'Hare International Airport offers nonstop flights to over 200 destinations around the world.

O'Hare began as Orchard Field in 1945. Selected as the site of the new airport in Chicago, it wasn't until 1949 that it was renamed O'Hare International Airport, after Medal of Honor recipient and Chicago resident Lt. Cmdr. Edward H. "Butch" O'Hare. In 1955, O'Hare officially opened to commercial traffic, and served over 175,000 passengers in their first year of commercial operation. In 1958, O'Hare's first terminal dedicated solely to international travel was dedicated, opening up a world of options for the Chicago area and beyond. In 1962, over 10 million passengers passed through O'Hare, making it the world's busiest airport, a title that it kept until 1998 when, due to regulations attempting to minimize delays, O'Hare became the second-busiest after Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson.

O'Hare has four terminals: 1, 2, 3, and 5. Each terminal serves a particular airline or a particular set of destinations, be they domestic or international. Terminal 1 is the hub for United Airlines, the largest provider of flights for O'Hare. It also serves some of the airlines that are in the Star Alliance along with United Airlines, such as Germany's national carrier Lufthansa and Japan's All Nippon Airways. However, these flights are departures only. Arrivals of all international flights, even United's, still happen at Terminal 5.

Terminal 2 is home to flights from Delta Air Lines and US Airways. These are flights serving various domestic destinations, and seasonally, some international destinations. United Express, which is United's regional carrier, serves many smaller destinations throughout the country and also operates out of Terminal 2.

Terminal 3 is the hub for American Airlines, O'Hare's second largest provider of flights. Terminal 3 also serves departing international flights for some of American's partner airlines from around the globe, such as Japan Airlines and Spain's national carrier, Iberia, as well as low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines.

Terminal 5 is the international terminal. The vast majority of international flights depart out of this terminal, and most international airlines have their main check-in facilities and lounges here. All international flights arrive at Terminal 5, as it is the only terminal that has U.S. Customs facilities. The one exception is flights that have U.S. border preclearance. Destinations which use U.S. border preclearance vary, but they are mostly Canadian airports, the Bahamas, Aruba, Bermuda, and two of the airports in Ireland. On these flights, passengers may be arriving at a terminal other than Terminal 5.

To get from terminal to terminal at Chicago O'Hare, travelers can take the Airport Transit System. This free transit system runs 24 hours a day and makes stops at all four terminals, as well as long-term parking, the Metra station, and a PACE stop.