- Max Occupancy: 2
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- In-Room Safe
- Coffee and Tea-making Facilities
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Millennium Knickerbocker Chicago offers an ideal base for you to explore the many sides of the city. A short walk will lead you to 360 Chicago, an observation deck showcasing panoramic views of the skyline and Lake Michigan. Also nearby is the Museum of Contemporary Art, offering year-round exhibitions, performances and events. Experience the Magnificent Mile, with countless opportunities to shop, dine, drink and appreciate some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. The Oak Street Beach offers yet another area to explore just a stone’s throw away from the hotel.
Rest and recharge mid-sightseeing in your room at our 4-star hotel. A worthy destination in its own right, our historic hotel opened its doors to excited Chicagoans on May 16th, 1927, after notable architects Rissman and Hirschfield built the 14-story, gothic-inspired gem in less than one year. Later, Al Capone’s brother ran a casino on the Penthouse floor, and in the ’70s, it had a brief stint as the Playboy Towers. Throughout the years, we’ve housed such luminaries as John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon and the Rolling Stones.
The Georgian-style Crystal Ballroom, with an expansive 25-foot, gilded dome ceiling and graceful balcony, has served as the setting for some of Chicago’s most prominent gatherings, conventions, business meetings and extravagant galas. During the early years of the hotel, guests could watch the famous dance act of Veloz and Yolanda twirl about the illuminated glass dance floor, casting a brilliant spectrum of colors. Now recreated in modern plexiglass, the illuminated floor – the only one of its kind in a Chicago hotel – still dazzles guests after all these years.
Meetings and Events
Our landmark hotel has 306 guest rooms and suites, and 18,500 Sq Ft (1,719 Sq M) of meeting space, including the iconic Crystal Ballroom.Whatever the style or size of your event, we have a variety of spaces to fit your needs. You're sure to make the right first impression with an event at one of the most famous hotels in Chicago.
Drink in the 1920’s cocktail menu at Martini Bar,where you'll be spoiled for choice with over 50 varieties of Martini to choose from.
For some of the best breakfast and lunch in town, head to NiX Restaurant, where guests can enjoy everything from avocado toast to fresh homemade soups and classic American burgers.
Millennium Knickerbocker Chicago is happy to offer package handling, late check-out, parking, and other services. Please view our miscellaneous charges for more information.
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Distance to Airport: Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD): 18.4 Miles
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
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Excellent hospitality. Location is excellent with all the sight seeing and restaurants available nearby. Quick access to the city tours. Shopping readily available with the Million Dollar Mile only walking distance away
staff was wonderful, helpful, friendly and recommended some great dining options. Room was wonderful and bathroom was large and shower was great. The hotel offered great value and location was excellent and very close to Oak Street beach where we were attending the AVP beach volleyball championships. The beds were very comfortable and clean. Only negative was lack of television channels.
My wife and I were in Chicago for a quick three day trip. We decided to stay at the millennium Knickerbocker Chicago. This is a great hotel with a great location and a half block from the miracle mile. Quick 10 minute walk to rush street with many of the great restaurants are. We would recommend to anyone the hop on hop off bus tour as it gives you a great view and the ration of Chicago.