The south suburbs of Chicago do not have an overwhelming selection of nice hotels. That being said, the Doubletree provided a nice, average stay. The rooms were clean and comfortable. Nothing to write home about, but there were plenty of pillows on the bed, and the only thing outdated was the tube television. The hotel is huge, which tends to be a draw for large groups during the summertime. My husband & I just needed a relaxing place to crash after a reunion in the area, and didn't find much relaxation due to the traffic in the pool, fitness center, & hallways (which we could hear from our room). At 10pm the pool & fitness area were both filled with children, I am not exaggerating, you could not find a spot to use at all, they were overrun by one of the large groups staying there. This, of course, is no fault of the hotel, but I must note it, as it seems a popular hotel for family reunions, weddings, etc, so if you are looking for privacy at this time of year, you can forget it. Aside from the crowds, it was an acceptable stay. The hotel isn't in walking distance of anything, so if you are without a vehicle, you will be relying on the hotel restaurant. I always enjoy the DoubleTree cookies, and although there wasn't free continental breakfast, the hotel restaurant served a good breakfast , for a price I pretty much expected, around $11. Overall, the DoubleTree served it's purpose and provided a decent, average stay.