The Low Down
The Extras: Supporting sustainability, the hotel uses energy-efficient lighting, water flow control in baths, eco-friendly cleaning products and linen recycling programs.
Parking: Don't say we didn't warn you. Valet for $48 a day.
Smooth Grooves: Live jazz piano can be heard Tuesday through Saturday evening, starting around 5pm during the week and 6pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
After a multi-million dollar guest room renovation, the 304 guest rooms and 20 suites have been transformed into more sleek and modern accommodations. All of the expected amenities are there. Still, most stay at this hotel for the meetingâ¦
By Liz Behler at Gogobot
During its 85 years, the Knickerbocker has been known by other names, including the Hugh Hefner-owned Playboy Hotel and Towers during the 70s. Nowaday Read More
By Raf Miastkowski at Gogobot
In addition to the super-convenient location, I found the staff at the Millennium Knickerbocker to be very helpful. When youâre in the hospita... Read More
By Sara Tracey at Gogobot
This is a lovely, historic building right between Lake Michigan and Michigan Ave. The lobby is impressive with high ceilings and antique touches; the Read More
The Millennium Knickerbocker
By Kelly S. at Judy's Book
Two weeks ago, my mother and I made a short trip to Chicago. We used priceline to get our hotel and ended up staying at the Millennium Knickerbocke... Read More
Millennium Knickerbocker is charming
By Chicago C. at Judy's Book
The Millennium Knickerbocker is a charming older hotel, though it is overshadowed by the Drake across the street. The rooms are pleasant although a... Read More