Just half a block from Michigan Avenue and a mile from popular Navy Pier, the Millennium Knickerbocker offers an ideal base from which to explore the many sides of the ‘Windy City’.
- Close to Michigan Avenue shops
- Has played host to American Presidents
- Stylish cocktail bar
- A rich history
- A grand marble lobby
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A short walk will lead you to 360 Chicago, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Magnificent Mile, as well as Oak Street Beach.
A worthy destination in its own right, this 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, it’s housed such luminaries as John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon and the Rolling Stones.
The hotels cosy yet stylish guest rooms provide a comfortable retreat to return to at the end of a day of sightseeing in the ‘Windy City’.
When it’s time to relax, maybe start by making your way through the 1920s 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 you can enjoy everything from avocado on toast to fresh homemade soups and classic American burgers.
Magnificent Mile, Downtown Chicago.
Rooms are air conditioned with cable TV, WiFi, mini bar, coffee maker, hair dryer and ironing equipment.
Restaurant, bar, fitness centre and laundry service.
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All prices are per person, based on 2 sharing a twin or double room. Seasonal variations may apply, please call Freedom Destinations for more information and availability.
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