Venue & Hospitality

Double Tree by Hilton Chicago - North Shore

9599 Skokie Boulevard
00165 Skokie Illinois

Conference Dates: July 18-19, 2016

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.
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OMICS International Conference

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Driving Directions to

Drive 12.7 miles, 28 min

O'Hare International Airport to Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Chicago - North Shore Conference Centre

O'Hare International Airport

10000 W O'Hare Ave, Chicago, IL 60666, United States

Get on I-190 E

2 min (0.8 mi)

1.       Head south-west on I-190 W (141 ft)

2.        Take the exit towards Bessie Coleman Dr (0.4 mi)

3.       Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Bessie Coleman Dr (0.2 mi)

4.       Use the right lane to take the Interstate 190 slip road to Interstate 90/Interstate 294/Chicago (0.2 mi)

5.       Take I-294 N and US-14 E to W Dempster St in Morton Grove (14 min (8.6 mi)

6.       Merge onto I-190 E (1.0 mi)

7.       Take exit 1C for I-294 N/Tollway towards Milwaukee

                 Toll road (0.5 mi)

Merge onto I-294 N

Toll road (3.5 mi)

8.       Exit onto US-14 E/E Dempster St

Partial toll road (3.6 mi)

9.       Continue on W Dempster St. Drive to Skokie Blvd in Skokie (9 min (3.0 mi)

10.   Continue straight onto W Dempster St (2.2 mi)

11.   Turn left onto Gross Point Rd (0.8 mi)

12.   Slight left onto Skokie Blvd

13.   Destination will be on the right (1 min (0.3 mi)

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About City

Among the city's parks, museums and skyscrapers, these are the very best Chicago attractions to help you fast-track you’re sightseeing around town. Adler Planetarium, Brookfield Zoo, Chicago History Museum, DuSable Museum of African, American History Grant Park, 360 Chicago, Lincoln Park, Zoo Museum of Contemporary Art, Music Box, Navy Pier, The Peggy Notebaert, Nature Museum Water Tower Place, Wrigley Field Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Cultural Centre, Chicago River walk, The Field Museum, Green Mill, Lincoln Park, Millennium Park Museum of Science and Industry, National Museum of Mexican Art are attractions of Chicago. Chicago has the third largest gross metropolitan product in the United States approximately $532 billion according to 2010 estimates.

In 2012, USA, Chicago attracted 34.07 million domestic leisure travellers, 10.92 million domestic business travellers and 1.369 million overseas visitors. These visitors contributed more than US$12.8 billion to Chicago's economy. Upscale shopping along the Magnificent Mile and State Street, thousands of restaurants, as well as Chicago's eminent architecture, continue to draw tourists. The city is the United States' third-largest convention destination. A 2011 study by Walk Score ranked Chicago the fourth most walkable of fifty largest cities in the United States. Most conventions are held at McCormick Place, just south of Soldier Field. The historic Chicago Cultural Centre (1897), originally serving as the Chicago Public Library, now houses the city's Visitor Information Centre, galleries and exhibit halls. The ceiling of its Preston Bradley Hall includes a 38-foot (12 m) Tiffany glass dome. Grant Park holds Millennium Park, Buckingham Fountain (1927), and the Art Institute of Chicago. The park also hosts the annual Taste of Chicago festival. In Millennium Park, there is the reflective Cloud Gate sculpture. Cloud Gate, a public sculpture by Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor, is the centre piece of the AT&T Plaza in Millennium Park. Also, an outdoor restaurant transforms into an ice rink in the winter season. Two tall glass sculptures make up the Crown Fountain. The fountain's two towers display visual effects from LED images of Chicagoans' faces, along with water spouting from their lips. Frank Gehry's detailed, stainless steel band shell, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, hosts the classical Grant Park Music Festival concert series. Behind the pavilion's stage is the Harris Theatre for Music and Dance, an indoor venue for mid-sized performing arts companies, including the Chicago Opera Theatre and Music of the Baroque.

Navy Pier, located just east of Streeterville, is 3,000 ft (910 m) long and houses retail stores, restaurants, museums, exhibition halls and auditoriums. Its 150-foot (46 m) tall Ferris wheel is one of the most visited landmarks in the Midwest, attracting about 8 million people annually. Chicago was the first city in the world to ever erect a ferris wheel.

On June 4, 1998, the city officially opened the Museum Campus, a 10-acre (4.0 ha) lakefront park, surrounding three of the city's main museums, each of which is of national importance: the Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the Shedd Aquarium. The Museum Campus joins the southern section of Grant Park, which includes the renowned Art Institute of Chicago. Buckingham Fountain anchors the downtown park along the lakefront. The University of Chicago Oriental Institute has an extensive collection of ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern archaeological artifacts. Other museums and galleries in Chicago include the Chicago History Museum, the Driehaus Museum, the DuSable Museum of African American History, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Polish Museum of America, the Museum of Broadcast Communications, the Pritzker Military Library, the Chicago Architecture Foundation, and the Museum of Science and Industry.

The Willis Tower (formerly named Sears Tower) is a popular destination for tourists. The Willis Tower has an observation deck open to tourists year round with high up views overlooking Chicago and Lake Michigan. The observation deck includes an enclosed glass balcony that extends 10 feet out on the side of the building. Tourists are able to look straight down.