The resort has 59 rooms and suites with whirlpool tubs, cozy sitting areas and kitchenettes.
There is an indoor swimming pool, fitness center, and game room.
There is a 100,000 square foot spa complex which features treatment space, workout facilities and a tennis center.
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Many dining choices are available, whether you want a romantic dinner for two or a family restaurant.
There are four 18 hole golf courses, including The Bear designed by Jack Nicklaus, The Wolverine by Gary Player, and Spruce Run by William Newcomb.
For those who wish to improve their game, the Jim Mc Lean Golf School can help golfers of any level get even better.
If you are looking for affordable weekend getaways, nightly rates start at $129, including free internet access.
If you are looking for resorts near Chicago that offer deals, Hilton Chicago Indian Lakes often offers special packages for families.
Resort facilities include a fitness center, aerobic studio, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a disk golf course, and a games arcade for kids.
Dining options range from casual cafes to gourmet restaurants, including 240 West, Café Latte, the Waterfront Restaurant Bar & Grill, Bar West and Porto.
Play tennis, work out and take a yoga class to improve your fitness.
The resort offers three accommodation choices: condominiums, rooms in the hotel or the seventeen-story Tower with views of Lake Michigan.
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