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We stayed one night during a visit to Chicago from the UK. The room was well proportioned and most attractively decorated and furnished and spotlessly clean. The kitchen area was very well equipped and we appreciated the separate desk and working area. We had a...More
The people were nice, but it was just too old. The hallways had some interesting smells to them. The mattress was probably harder than a motel's. Another reviewer said "Don't expect to get 4-star for 130$ downtown).
Well, I live in Chicago, and you can...More
I spent a weekend here in February while touring the campus at Marquette University. The room was much nicer than expected, an featured a king size bed as well as a fully stocked kitchenette. The bathroom was also very nice with new fixtures and counter...More
Went down to hear a MSO concert and stayed close by at the Knickerbocker for several reasons: close by-parking-great restaurant attached.......an a great park on Lake Michigan right across the street. WE checked in and did 3 mile walk down to the waterfront taking in...More
On the surface the Knockerbocker is a very old yet fancy looking hotel when you first walk in the lobby. As mentioned the hotel is dated and so are the rooms. However for the price it is a heck of a value considering it's prime...More
$124 - $233 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Its going to cost you $18 for an access card which gives you 24 hour access to the hotel's car park. Sometimes the barrier is not closed, and you can get in and out without paying, but if you do that, you risk getting locked... More
Its going to cost you $18 for an access card which gives you 24 hour access to the hotel's car park. Sometimes the barrier is not closed, and you can get in and out without paying, but if you do that, you risk getting locked in (or out).
Some guests complain about the charge (I didn't), believing it should be free; I guess its still an inexpensive way to park, but it would be nice if it was F O C for genuine guests.
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"Make sure to ask for a room away from the elevators."