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Top 15 best hotels near to Chicago Bears – Soldier Field in Chicago, IL by Sports Trips
- 0.7 mile Hilton Garden Inn Chicago Downtown South Loop
- 0.7 mile Homewood Suites By Hilton Chicago Downtown South Loop
- 0.7 mile Marriott Marquis Chicago
- 0.7 mile Hotel Essex
- 0.7 mile Hampton Inn Chicago McCormick Place
- 0.7 mile Hilton Garden Inn Chicago McCormick Place
- 0.8 mile Hilton Chicago
- 0.9 mile The Blackstone, Autograph Collection
- 1.1 mile Hotel Blake, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
- 1.4 mile Hampton Inn Majestic Chicago Theatre District
- 1.4 mile JW Marriott Chicago
- 1.4 mile W Chicago – City Center
- 1.4 mile Club Quarters Hotel, Central Loop
- 1.4 mile Silversmith Hotel Chicago Downtown
- 1.4 mile Chicago Athletic Association, part of Hyatt
Soldier Field is located in Chicago, Illinois. It is the home of the Chicago Bears. Sports Trips is your source for a complete listing of hotels closest to Chicago Bears, offering you the best rates on Preferred Soldier Field hotels.
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Like the Chicago Bears themselves, tailgaters should have a game plan before heading to Soldier Field for game day. Between the tailgate & game, tailgaters will clock 8+ hours outside in the elements, and on a cold Chicago fall/winter day, that can be tough. You need to stay very warm, and well-fed, so a solid plan is a must when heading to a Chicago Bears football game.
Here’s a check-list of all the things you want to remember for your Chicago Bears tailgate:
- LAYERS – so.many.layers! This will be essential to bear the elements of a Chicago winter
- Don’t forget your parking pass(es) and game ticket(s) – that would be a bummer
- Bring all the essential FOOD. If you’re planning to grill, we always suggest bringing snacks to have available from the start of the tailgate – i.e. chips and dips, fruit bowls, wings are always a favorite, etc. Be sure to not miss dessert!
- Pro tip – bring EXTRAS! For starters, people always end up eating more than planned, and it’s great to have leftovers for the post-gating when you’re hopefully celebrating your team’s victory!
- Be sure to bring all needed plates, napkins, cutlery, a lighter, knives, scissors, foil for leftovers… Tupperware is also very nice to have!
- RED CUPS (and some ping pong balls if you’re into drinking games)
- For a more detailed list of commonly forgotten items: check out our Check-List Blog!
The hard facts of tailgating:
- Tailgating is allowed on all surface lots in the Museum Campus, on the upper level of the Waldron deck, and in the 31st Street McCormick Place Lot B.
- Tailgating is allowed four hours before the game and two hours after the game.
- Tailgating is prohibited during the game.
- You must purchase parking tickets to park in the tailgating lots, and you must have a ticket to the game to park in a tailgate lot.
- Tailgaters are limited to one single parking space per vehicle.
- Alcohol is allowed, but only within the confines of the parking lot.
- A new NFL-wide rule prohibits fans from bringing bags into the stadium, so plan accordingly.
- Click here to view a full list of rules and regulations.
TAILGATER CONCIERGE SERVICE
If you’re traveling in from out of town or have a large group and don’t want to deal with the hassles of tailgating, the team at Tailgater Concierge can help you out! We have reserved space in the Adler Planetarium lots – and access to parking spaces nearby if you or folks in your party are interested in driving. The team will handle all of the set-up, take-down, and clean-up of your tailgate equipment, and help coordinate all your catering and beverage needs. All you have to do is show up and have fun. If you’re interested in learning more, check out our Bears Page, or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT NOT TO MISS IN CHICAGO
Chicago is a city that has something for literally EVERYONE. Check out the below blog posts for inspiration to plan out your weekend:
- Top things to do in Chicago – https://www.thecrazytourist.com/top-25-things-to-do-in-chicago-il/
- Concerts at Tinley Park – http://www.tinleyparkamphitheater.com/concerts/
- Free concerts in Grant Park – http://www.grantparkmusicfestival.com/the-music/events-calendar
- Top restaurants in Chicago – https://www.thrillist.com/eat/chicago/best-restaurants-chicago
- Catch another sporting event:
- Chicago Cubs – https://www.mlb.com/cubs
- Chicago White Sox – https://www.mlb.com/whitesox
What you cannot I mean CANNOT miss: you must get deep dish pizza from Gino’s East and a cake shake from Portillos (probably not at the same time or you may not stand up for two days )
Pro tip – if you’re not a big fan of the cold, we’d suggest making your way out to a game EARLY in the season, September and October are great weather months that have that nip of fall in the air, but you might not love heading to a sub-40 degree game in November.
If you have any additional questions regarding tailgating at a Chicago Bears game, feel free to reach out to the team at Tailgater Concierge! You can reach us via email@example.com or give us a call at 866-400-0338.
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Driving from I-55:
Take I-55, the Stevenson Expressway, northbound to Lake Shore Drive/Highway 41 North. Take LSD north to the 18th Drive exit.
Driving from I-290:
Take I-290, the Eisenhower Expressway, east to Congress Parkway. Take Congress Parkway to Columbus Drive. Turn right and take Columbus Drive south to the 18th Drive exit.
Driving from I-90/94:
Take I-90/94, the Dan Ryan Expressway, north to the Lake Shore Drive/22nd street exit. Stay to the right and exit to LSD. Take LSD/Highway 41 north to the 18th Drive exit.
Driving from I-94:
Take I-94, the Kennedy Expressway, south to the Congress Parkway exit. Follow Congress Parkway to Columbus Drive. Turn right on Columbus Drive and follow Columbus south to the 18th Drive exit.
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