6 Top-Rated Hotels in Lisle, DuPage County, Illinois

July 2, 2022 Agatha Simes

Discover the best hotels in Lisle, DuPage County, Illinois including DoubleTree by Hilton Lisle Naperville, Hyatt Regency Lisle near Naperville, Sheraton Lisle Naperville Hotel, Extended Stay America - Chicago - Lisle, Arborhouse Naperville-Lisle, DoubleTree by Hilton Lisle Naperville.
Things to do in Lisle

1. DoubleTree by Hilton Lisle Naperville

3003 Corporate West Drive, Lisle, IL 60532 1 (855) 605-0318
Excellent
49%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
14%
Poor
7%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 981 reviews

DoubleTree by Hilton Lisle Naperville

Welcome to DoubleTree Lisle Naperville, our Award-Winning hotel is located near the I-88 corporate corridor. Choose from a variety of things to do in the surrounding area, including the Chicago Premium Outlet Mall and a large variety of renowned restaurants. Take in the Beautiful view from our Lobby Bar and Thirty O Three Restaurant with large windows and an open layout. Your memorable stay begins with a warm DoubleTree Chocolate Chip Cookie at check-in. Make your way past our large lobby with charming décor to one of our guest rooms, each with complimentary WiFi, work desk and comfortable king or double -sized beds. Here for a weekend getaway? Upgrade to a spacious suite featuring extra amenities, plus a separate living and sleeping area. Join us at Thirty 0 Three for our delicious breakfast buffet, lunch or Sunday Brunch. Relax with a cocktail after a long day of exploring at our Lobby Bar. We're also pleased to deliver tasty food to your door from 6:00am- 11:00pm.

Awful - Don't stay here

Reviewed By IrishPeteKnows

I have been to this hotel multiple times over the years and it has steadily declined to a shadow of its former self. It must be why it was downgraded from a regular Hilton to a Doubletree. First, the exterior. The parking lot is so in need of repaving and lining you can barley tell where to park. It is cracked with weeds popping up. Not exactly welcoming. As you approach the entry there are four flower bed pillars - two on each side supporting the awning entrance. None of them have flowers in them. They are just black with some bags and bits of trash. The smoking area is just 10 feet from the entrance. There are a noticeable amount of cigarette buts on the ground that didn't make into the but can. Also next to the main entrance of the restaurant is a garbage can that is stained with some sort of liquid. Maybe puke. With a noticeable amount of liquid on the ground around the can. I went back there ~12 hours later and it had not been cleaned! There is also a sad flower pot next to the garbage - nice location - with nothing in it but dirt and a partial twix rapper. Still there ~12 hours later. The brick pavers around the entrance that are supposed to make the hotel look nice are in terrible condition. 20 % of them are cracked or completely broken. Careful not to trip on one walking in. Even though I arrived on Memorial Day evening when the hotel was dead, they put me on the top floor, in the room furthest from the elevators. When you have to make that walk multiple times a day in muggy hallways with tattered carpets it gets annoying. The windows in the hallway leading from the elevator are so sun damaged and dirty you can hardly see outside. There was an empty bud light bottle on the window sill at 6pm yesterday. I just passed by at 5pm a day later - still there. The hhonors Wifi is also a joke. I get faster service on my cell phone. If you are hoping to watch some Netflix on your iPad. Think again. At least there are on demand movies available for $19.99 + tax! I thought ugh, lets see what they have in the classic section. Found original Top Gun, and thought, I wouldn't mind checking this out as I'm going to the new one with my son this weekend. Same price. $19.99 + tax for a movie released in 1986. Outrageous! So I just watched some news and sports on their maybe 40 inch TV. In an age where a 70 inch TV is $500, you'd think they would upgrade. However the built in cabinet would have to go as it wouldn't fit. The chair wont stay in the upright position and even at its tallest position i'm still typing up onto the old chipped desk. The rest of the furniture is also old and in need of a major upgrade. I can't imagine anyone has sat on the couch for months. I used it as my luggage holder as there was none in the room. The AC in the room was also not working. I turned down the wall thermostat as low as possible but all that came out was warm air. Had to call maintenance. It was a very hot day in Chicago and the room was probably really 80 degrees - although the thermostat said 62. Had to wait in sweat for 30 mins for the man to arrive. He did fix it, but it had to be adjusted on the actual unit. So I ask what is the wall thermostat for. He just shrugged and left. Had to turn it down to the lowest setting. Took about 2 hours before room finally cooled down to normal levels. After working all day I thought I would go refresh and have a swim. Once arriving at the pool the dirty towel bin was over flowing and there was luckily 1 fresh towel left. Nobody in the pool. Then I noticed the water was a greenish color the deeper it got. You could not see the bottom in the deep end. The hot tub looked like at tired chipped old thing, so instead of risking an infection, I decided to pass on the swim. I was annoyed enough at this point to go to the front desk and complain. There was 1 guy working behind some plexi glass. I told him of the pool and he says, Sir I was not aware of that. I will let engineering know. I'm like ok, that is going to take days to resolve a chemical imbalance. Not going to help me and my swim. He just repeated I'll have engineering look at it. Offered nothing for the inconvenience. Maybe instead of standing behind the front desk with nobody around, you might want to do a walk of the grounds. The pool is on the ground floor and a 1 min walk from the front desk. He was unaware though it was disgusting and un-swimmable. It is cheap. That's about the only positive. But like most things, you get what you pay for. I will not be staying here again!! And do yourself a favor, and pass on this pathetic attempt at a Hilton (oh yah now Doubletree)

2. Hyatt Regency Lisle near Naperville

1400 Corporetum Dr, Lisle, IL 60532-1294
Excellent
34%
Good
23%
Satisfactory
18%
Poor
11%
Terrible
14%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 1351 reviews

Hyatt Regency Lisle near Naperville

317 suite-sized guestrooms have a queen size sofa sleeper. 20 meeting rooms including 5 panorama conference rooms and an executive boardroom, ballroom, and pavillion. Located 26 miles from downtown Chicago and conveniently located near both O'Hare and Midway Airports.

R and R

Reviewed By Karen O

Outstanding service with a smile from the 'bell captain' to front desk check in, managerial staff, housekeeping and beyond! Great place to relax, rest and then visit the nature of the Morton arboretum!

3. Sheraton Lisle Naperville Hotel

3000 Warrenville Rd, Lisle, IL 60532-0917
Excellent
29%
Good
32%
Satisfactory
19%
Poor
12%
Terrible
8%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 212 reviews

Sheraton Lisle Naperville Hotel

Excuse for poor service as usual is " the pandemic"

Reviewed By Joel S

Nasty check in person, no refrigerator even though it was promised. One towel in bathroom of a double room. When asked for more I was told to come to desk to get it. Asked for the n anager....still waiting. Generally unhelpful staff and poor service.

4. Extended Stay America - Chicago - Lisle

445 Warrenville Rd, Lisle, IL 60532-1400
Excellent
50%
Good
15%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
9%
Terrible
14%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 118 reviews

Extended Stay America - Chicago - Lisle

Free grab-and-go breakfast: Jumpstart your day with a free grab-and-go breakfast that includes a variety of breakfast bars and muffins, hot cereal, coffee, and tea. Cash is accepted as a form of payment for those guests paying by a weekly or monthly rate. A valid credit card must be kept on file for incidentals. Cash is not accepted as a method of payment for guests paying the daily rate.

Comfort and clean

Reviewed By Janet S

I stay here from time to time. I travel for business and personal. The staff is always so friendly and dedicated to making my stay comfortable. I feel the room is up to date, for an older building. Everything is clean and the bed is very comfortable.

5. Arborhouse Naperville-Lisle

Abbywood Drive, Lisle, IL 60532
Arborhouse Naperville-Lisle

6. DoubleTree by Hilton Lisle Naperville

3003 Corporate West Drive, Lisle, IL 60532 1 (855) 605-0318
Excellent
49%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
14%
Poor
7%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 981 reviews

DoubleTree by Hilton Lisle Naperville

Welcome to DoubleTree Lisle Naperville, our Award-Winning hotel is located near the I-88 corporate corridor. Choose from a variety of things to do in the surrounding area, including the Chicago Premium Outlet Mall and a large variety of renowned restaurants. Take in the Beautiful view from our Lobby Bar and Thirty O Three Restaurant with large windows and an open layout. Your memorable stay begins with a warm DoubleTree Chocolate Chip Cookie at check-in. Make your way past our large lobby with charming décor to one of our guest rooms, each with complimentary WiFi, work desk and comfortable king or double -sized beds. Here for a weekend getaway? Upgrade to a spacious suite featuring extra amenities, plus a separate living and sleeping area. Join us at Thirty 0 Three for our delicious breakfast buffet, lunch or Sunday Brunch. Relax with a cocktail after a long day of exploring at our Lobby Bar. We're also pleased to deliver tasty food to your door from 6:00am- 11:00pm.

Awful - Don't stay here

Reviewed By IrishPeteKnows

I have been to this hotel multiple times over the years and it has steadily declined to a shadow of its former self. It must be why it was downgraded from a regular Hilton to a Doubletree. First, the exterior. The parking lot is so in need of repaving and lining you can barley tell where to park. It is cracked with weeds popping up. Not exactly welcoming. As you approach the entry there are four flower bed pillars - two on each side supporting the awning entrance. None of them have flowers in them. They are just black with some bags and bits of trash. The smoking area is just 10 feet from the entrance. There are a noticeable amount of cigarette buts on the ground that didn't make into the but can. Also next to the main entrance of the restaurant is a garbage can that is stained with some sort of liquid. Maybe puke. With a noticeable amount of liquid on the ground around the can. I went back there ~12 hours later and it had not been cleaned! There is also a sad flower pot next to the garbage - nice location - with nothing in it but dirt and a partial twix rapper. Still there ~12 hours later. The brick pavers around the entrance that are supposed to make the hotel look nice are in terrible condition. 20 % of them are cracked or completely broken. Careful not to trip on one walking in. Even though I arrived on Memorial Day evening when the hotel was dead, they put me on the top floor, in the room furthest from the elevators. When you have to make that walk multiple times a day in muggy hallways with tattered carpets it gets annoying. The windows in the hallway leading from the elevator are so sun damaged and dirty you can hardly see outside. There was an empty bud light bottle on the window sill at 6pm yesterday. I just passed by at 5pm a day later - still there. The hhonors Wifi is also a joke. I get faster service on my cell phone. If you are hoping to watch some Netflix on your iPad. Think again. At least there are on demand movies available for $19.99 + tax! I thought ugh, lets see what they have in the classic section. Found original Top Gun, and thought, I wouldn't mind checking this out as I'm going to the new one with my son this weekend. Same price. $19.99 + tax for a movie released in 1986. Outrageous! So I just watched some news and sports on their maybe 40 inch TV. In an age where a 70 inch TV is $500, you'd think they would upgrade. However the built in cabinet would have to go as it wouldn't fit. The chair wont stay in the upright position and even at its tallest position i'm still typing up onto the old chipped desk. The rest of the furniture is also old and in need of a major upgrade. I can't imagine anyone has sat on the couch for months. I used it as my luggage holder as there was none in the room. The AC in the room was also not working. I turned down the wall thermostat as low as possible but all that came out was warm air. Had to call maintenance. It was a very hot day in Chicago and the room was probably really 80 degrees - although the thermostat said 62. Had to wait in sweat for 30 mins for the man to arrive. He did fix it, but it had to be adjusted on the actual unit. So I ask what is the wall thermostat for. He just shrugged and left. Had to turn it down to the lowest setting. Took about 2 hours before room finally cooled down to normal levels. After working all day I thought I would go refresh and have a swim. Once arriving at the pool the dirty towel bin was over flowing and there was luckily 1 fresh towel left. Nobody in the pool. Then I noticed the water was a greenish color the deeper it got. You could not see the bottom in the deep end. The hot tub looked like at tired chipped old thing, so instead of risking an infection, I decided to pass on the swim. I was annoyed enough at this point to go to the front desk and complain. There was 1 guy working behind some plexi glass. I told him of the pool and he says, Sir I was not aware of that. I will let engineering know. I'm like ok, that is going to take days to resolve a chemical imbalance. Not going to help me and my swim. He just repeated I'll have engineering look at it. Offered nothing for the inconvenience. Maybe instead of standing behind the front desk with nobody around, you might want to do a walk of the grounds. The pool is on the ground floor and a 1 min walk from the front desk. He was unaware though it was disgusting and un-swimmable. It is cheap. That's about the only positive. But like most things, you get what you pay for. I will not be staying here again!! And do yourself a favor, and pass on this pathetic attempt at a Hilton (oh yah now Doubletree)

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