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Stoney Creek Hotel Peoria

Set a block from Peoria Lake, this informal lodge-inspired hotel with a rustic vibe is 6 miles from Peoria Zoo and 13 miles from General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport.

Stoney Creek Hotel Peoria

101 Mariners Way
East Peoria Illinois 61611
United States


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This informal lodge-inspired, rustic hotel is located a short distance from Peoria lake. It's 6 miles away from the Peoria Zoo. Downing Peoria International Airport.

The rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi, coffeemakers and warm decor. Upgraded rooms add minifridges and microwaves. Suites feature fireplaces or whirlpool bathtubs. Cottages have kitchenettes and balconies.

Breakfast is included. The hotel offers a relaxed saloon that serves light bites as well as a pool with an indoor/outdoor area flanked by patios and a video gaming room. There's meeting space and a 24-hour business center. Parking and an airport shuttle are available.

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About East Peoria

East Peoria is a city in Tazewell County, Illinois, United States. The population was 22,484 at the 2020 census. East Peoria is a suburb of Peoria and is part of the Peoria, Illinois Metropolitan Statistical Area, located across the Illinois River from downtown Peoria. It is home to many Caterpillar Inc. facilities. The city is the site of the Par-A-Dice Hotel and Casino, as well as the city's major business center, the Levee District. Located just east of the Illinois River, East Peoria has many points of access to and from the Peoria area. It is also the location of the Festival of Lights, an annual Christmas light display that runs from November to January and draws thousands of visitors from all over central Illinois. == History == Several years after Illinois became a state (which happened December 18, 1818), William Blanchard and three other men (Charles Sargeant, Theodore Sargeant, and David Barnes) crossed Fort Clark (located in Peoria) to the eastern side of the Illinois River. The land here was a swampy floodplain; nevertheless, they made their claim on the land and built huts, growing corn and tomatoes in the fertile soil.

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