Lose Yourself in Rosemont this Fall

When autumn comes to Rosemont, it brings excitement with it. You can feel it in the crisp air. It’s the excitement for harvest flavors, changing colors, and a wide range of uniquely fall events. And when you visit Rosemont, the best way to savor the season is to do it with all 5 senses. So here’s a local’s perspective on getting lost in autumn and getting the most out of your fall stay.

See the fall foliage on a crisp autumn walk in Monument Park

Breathe in the fresh air and admire the shades of autumn on a stroll through Rosemont’s Monument Park. Don’t forget to stop by the park’s signature waterfall for a quick photo opportunity.

Taste a twist on a classic cocktail with a Filbert's Old Fashioned at the Ashburn

Savor the nostalgia of fall with a Root Beer Old Fashioned at Loews Chicago O’Hare’s gastropub The Ashburn. This new spin on a classic features Makers Mark, our Flavor by Loews Hotels partner Filbert’s Old Time Root Beer, bitters, orange and cherry.

Hear the jazz in Loews Chicago O'Hare's Montrose Room theatre

There’s no bad seat in the house at the Montrose Room, an intimate venue that hosts live jazz performances. The shows are popular with locals as well as visitors, making this a true neighborhood event. 

Smell delicious freshly baked hand-rolled pizza from The Ashburn's wood-fired oven.

Whether you opt for Pepperoni, Vegetarian or the Ashburn Classic with crumbled sausage, provolone, green pepper and onion, the unmistakable smell of freshly baked bread will captivate your senses. Good news: gluten-free crust is available upon request.

Feel the crunch of fallen leaves underfoot on a walk in Catherine Chevalier Woods.

The Catherine Chevalier Woods Forest Preserve is a large natural area of woodland, a short distance from Loews Chicago O’Hare. Take a hike or simply stroll to a picnic spot and savor the sound of crisp autumn leaves crunching beneath your feet.