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Rooms are clean but smaller side. Our only shock was the overnight parking which was $67 per night. The hotel had a great location. The one across street was 48 but didn’t offer it to us. Staff was friendly and helpful. Great bell boys and...More
Thank Michelle S
Response from ScottAFOM, Assistant Front Office Manager at Millennium Knickerbocker ChicagoResponded 3 days ago
Good evening Michelle S
A huge thank you to you and your sister for staying with us and for sharing your feedback about your experience. It is true that parking in Downtown Chicago can be pricy, but our wonderful front desk team are always available...More
We stayed at this hotel recently. We found it to be a very clean, very comfortable stay. The staff were very helpful, the bathrooms looked like they were recently redone. The price was very reasonable. It is walking distance from everything—we would stay here again.More
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Response from ScottAFOM, Assistant Front Office Manager at Millennium Knickerbocker ChicagoResponded 4 days ago
Good afternoon amanda8122,
Thank you so very much for staying with us and for leaving such kind words about your experience at the Millennium Knickerbocker. I am happy to hear that you enjoyed a comfortable stay and that our team were helpful to you during...More
Stayed with the family and it was great! There’s history and great hospitality at this place. The staff was helpful and friendly all around. I would definitely return! There’s no room service, but plenty of snacks and drink options in the room. There’s also a...More
Response from ScottAFOM, Assistant Front Office Manager at Millennium Knickerbocker ChicagoResponded 6 days ago
Good afternoon tpafam80,
A huge thank you to you and your family for staying with us. I am so glad that you had a great stay and that you are going to be staying with us again...hopefully in the not too distant future. It sound...More
Streeterville is where visitors head for play at Navy Pier, a pseudo amusement park and development of restaurants, shops, rides, and other activities. You’ll find lots of action and excitement on the docks. Along the pier, you’ll see the statue of the captain for whom Streeterville is named. While you enjoy your fair share of sightseeing at the pier, you can also visit other popular attractions there such as
the Chicago Children’s Museum and the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Off the pier you’ll find more restaurants from low-cost pubs to high-end establishments. Arts and culture aficionados should be sure not to miss the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Response from ScottAFOM | Property representative |
Depending on the route, it may take anywhere between 15 and 25 minutes during regular traffic. As others have already noted, there is to be extra expected transit time during game days. The Forest Park stop on the Blue... More
Depending on the route, it may take anywhere between 15 and 25 minutes during regular traffic. As others have already noted, there is to be extra expected transit time during game days. The Forest Park stop on the Blue Line of the "El" Train System can take you to less than a half mile of the United Center.