About Hyde Park: Places to Stay

Planning a visit to Hyde Park? Your lodging options range from a full-service hotel to a charming bed-and-breakfast. Best of all, these choices are right here in the neighborhood!

Here are some of the options.

Hyatt Place Chicago-South/University Medical Center the latest addition to lodging options in Hyde Park, opened October, 2013 [ more ]

International House at the University of Chicago offers on-campus accommodations plus continental breakfast. [ more ]

The La Quinta / Lake Shore Chicago offers free parking, room service, and an outdoor swimming pool, newly renovated 2015, breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet.  [ more ]

Regents Park is a luxury high-rise apartment community that offers furnished corporate suites. [ more ]

The Quadrangle Club at the University of Chicago has sleeping rooms and more for members affiliated with the University.

To learn more about places to stay in Hyde Park, please see our Business Directory.

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New Disability Rights Regulations in Public Accommodations

wheelchairEffective July 1, 2017, the Chicago Commission on Human Relations (CCHR) Board of Commissioners approved updated disability rights regulations under the City's Chicago Human Rights Ordinance (CHRO). These newly revised regulations, are designed to improve citywide accessibility for all residents and visitors through added clarity to existing disability protections. These changes will, in turn, help businesses make their goods and services more accessible for people with all types of disabilities. 

 
For further information, please call Deputy Commissioner Lango at 312-744-5620.    (Click for flyer)

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