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Free cancellation
10,000+ locations globally
from $5.90/day
Rated 4.9 by 456,474+ people

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Frequently
asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Hilton Chicago?

    The price for luggage storage near Hilton Chicago starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Hilton Chicago?

    There are multiple locations in the Hilton Chicago area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Metra, Terminal 1, and Concourse B and all over Chicago.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Hilton Chicago?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Hilton Chicago.

  • Are there storage lockers near Hilton Chicago?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Hilton Chicago area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Hilton Chicago and in the broader Chicago area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Hilton Chicago?

    Popular metro stations like CTA - Belmont, CTA - Chicago, or CTA - Monroe can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Chicago near Hilton Chicago, you may be close to some bus stations: CTA - 47th and Lake Park Terminal, Cta Bus Stop 1157, or CTA Bus Stop 1518. If traveling by train, Jamba Union Station / Chicago, Ogilvie Transportation Center, and Metra - LaSalle Street are nearest to Hilton Chicago.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Hilton Chicago?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Hilton Chicago are Hyatt Regency Chicago, Sheraton Grand Chicago, and Hyatt Regency McCormick Place. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Hilton Chicago are Chicago Getaway Hostel, The Pilsen Art House, and Hostelling International Chicago.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Hilton Chicago?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Hilton Chicago are Portillo's, Portillo's Hot Dogs, and McDonald's.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Hilton Chicago?

    Check out the nearby Grant Park, Bloomingdale Trail — The 606, and Washington Park.

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About Hilton Chicago

The Hilton Chicago is a beautiful luxury hotel that overlooks Lake Michigan and Grant Park. Also known as the Chicago Hilton and Towers, this hotel has become a Chicago landmark and has the most significant event and meeting space in any hotel in the city. The hotel was initially designed in the Beaux-Arts architecture during the 1920s and officially opened in 1927 as the Stevens Hotel, making it the biggest hotel in the world. There were 3,000 guest rooms as well as its own ice cream parlor, drug store, bowling alley, and a movie theater. Vice President Charles G. Dawes was the first official guest to register at the Stevens Hotel.

The United States Army purchased the hotel after the Great Depression to use as classrooms and barracks. In 1944, the army sold the hotel to Stephen Healy. The Chicago convention was then held where 54 nations were represented, and the Convention on International Civil Aviation was held to outline the regulations governing the global civil aviation system. Conrad Hilton then purchased the hotel in 1945, and it became the Conrad Hilton Hotel. The hotel was completely remodeled and became the place to stay for politicians, film stars, and even international royalty when visiting the Windy City. The hotel was renamed the Hilton Chicago in 1984 and is still an elitist hotel offering fantastic amenities and personalized experiences. The staff is always going above and beyond to ensure your stay is relaxing and you have everything you need.  

Fun Fact: The hotel has hosted every sitting President of the United States since it opened in 1927. 

Things to do Near Hilton Chicago

Hilton Chicago is a fantastic hotel with many amenities to make your stay in Chicago more comfortable. But you do not want to spend your entire vacation at your hotel, instead check out some of the sights nearby that may interest you. Bounce has come up with a list to get you started.

  • Spend the day shopping at some of the malls, boutiques, and artisan shops, especially at the Roosevelt Collection filled with trendy shops and name-brand merchandise
  • Eat your way through Chicago by eating at some fantastic restaurants such as the Eleven City Diner or Chicago Firehouse Restaurant
  • Sign up for a pub crawl and discover the hopping nightlife of Chicago while enjoying some delicious drinks
  • Head over the Shedd Aquarium and watch over 32,000 animals moving throughout the space
  • Visit Soldier Field and watch a Chicago Bears NFL game or take a tour of the stadium during the week
  • Wander down the Lakeshore Path, the hot spot where joggers, runners, walkers, and cyclists come for a safe, fun workout
  • Stop by the Field Museum and spend an afternoon learning about our history and the various cultures around the world 

Transit Options Near Hilton Chicago

  • CTA - Blue Line, Orange Line
  • Taxi
  • RideShare
  • Bus

Luggage Storage Near Hilton Chicago

Spending time in or near the Hilton Chicago is the perfect way to spend a leisurely weekend in the Windy City. You will probably spend a lot of time walking or climbing in and out of taxis or public transportation. Large bags will make this a hassle. Do not be weighed down lugging your bags through the streets and then worry about what to do when going into an attraction that does not allow large baggage. Download the Bounce app and find locations nearby to stow your things for safekeeping.

Luggage Storage Options Near Hilton Chicago

There is a plethora of places to go and things to see when in Chicago. You do not want to miss a thing, so expect to spend a lot of time walking through the crowded streets. Dragging your luggage, large bags, or backpacks with you while exploring can be a hassle. Instead, find a Bounce location nearby and leave your belongings for the day. 

Luggage Storage Near Shedd Aquarium

Spend an afternoon at Shedd Aquarium, an indoor aquarium that has been in operation since 1930. At one time, the Shedd Aquarium was the biggest indoor aquarium globally; however, with the creation of mega-aquariums it is now considered a smaller aquarium. With over five million gallons of water and over 32,000 animals, the Shedd Aquarium is still a great place to visit and learn more about aquatic creatures. Visit the touch pools and touch a stingray or other smaller animals. Stroll along and watch the sharks as they meander through their tank. Check out the dolphin exhibit and beluga whale before you finish your tour of the aquarium. Get your tickets early and prepare to spend the day watching the underwater world come to life. Bring your camera but leave large bags and backpacks with Bounce to easily move through the aquarium. 

Luggage Storage Near Field Museum of Natural History

Plan to visit the Field Museum of Natural History. Also simply called the Field Museum, it is one of the biggest museums in the world. If you love learning more about world history and different cultures, this museum is the place to go. You can truly spend all day wandering through the different exhibits. There are a few interactive and hands-on displays that will pull you back in time. You can sign up for a guided tour or set out on your own. Be sure to take the time to check out the Sue T. Rex exhibit and the gigantic dinosaur residing in the lobby. Stroll through the bird and mammal galleries and then visit the dino gallery. Museum staff can expertly answer questions about the exhibits and show you various points of interest. Pick up a few gifts and souvenirs at the gift shop before stopping by the café for a quick snack. The museum does not allow large bags inside, so stop by a Bounce location before getting there. 

Luggage Storage Near Museum of Science and Industry - Chicago

While staying in Chicago, spend a lazy morning or afternoon wandering through the Museum of Science and Industry in the Hyde Park neighborhood inside Jackson Park. Take a few minutes to take in the building the museum is housed, built in 1893. It is the former Palace of Fine Arts. This four-level museum has many hands-on exhibits that people of all ages will enjoy. Stop by the NASA exhibit and launch into outer space in one of the simulators. View a submarine used during World War II to learn more about the war and the role that science played while designing submarines for the military. Visit the area dedicated to coal mining for interactive exhibits showcasing the struggles of mining coal. Pick up a few souvenirs at the gift shop or grab refreshments at the snack bar. Large bags or backpacks are not allowed inside the museum, so use the Bounce app to find a location close by to store your bags.

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