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Enjoy your stay at the Hampton Inn Chicago-Carol Stream hotel, located off North Avenue just 3.5 miles west of Interstate 355. Situated in DuPage County between the cities of Wheaton and Carol Stream, Illinois, this hotel is within 5 miles of Wheaton College, Central DuPage Hospital, Center Ice of DuPage and four tournament-quality golf courses. Visit the estate and admire Civil War memorabilia at Wheaton’s Cantigny Park, tour the Billy Graham Center Museum on the college campus or spend an afternoon at Lynfred Winery.
Start your day right with Hampton’s free hot breakfast, served daily in an inviting dining area. Reflect on your plans in our comfortable lobby, showcasing a soothing water feature. Let our friendly, knowledgeable team members assist you with your every need.
Relax and refresh after work or leisure activities in one of our stylish guest rooms with one king- or two double-sized beds with signature bedding. Each guest room and junior suite is equipped with free WiFi, a 32-inch plasma television, refrigerator and a clock radio preprogrammed to local stations. Plan tomorrow's activities while reclining on your bed using our convenient lap desk. We are a pet-friendly hotel. Enjoy the comforts of home and friendly service at our hotel in Carol Stream, IL. Our city is one of a handful of US towns that is named after a living person, area developer Jay Stream’s daughter, Carol.