Chicago Journals

Chicago Trip

A July 2004 trip to Chicago by Socal4me

Quote: 5 days/4 nights in Chicago... We arrived on a red eye and took a taxi from O'Hare to the Knickerbockers (fare before tip was $32.50.)

Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel Chicago

Hotel | "Millennium Knickerbocker"

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The hotel has a great location. It is by Oak Street and around the corner from 900 Michigan Ave, two blocks from the John Hancock building, three blocks from the tourist center.

We did not care for the decor. I think it is supposed to be modern oriental, it looked like they renovated and whatever was left was just placed in the room. Our room was a bit small; the bed was very comfortable; the bathroom is also small, but clean, excellent water pressure on the shower massage shower, slower in the bathtub. For the price, this was a good choice.

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on July 28, 2004

Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel Chicago
163 E Walton Place
Chicago, Illinois 60611
312-751-8100

Pizzeria Uno

Restaurant

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The room service attendant recommended this place and we were glad we went there. We arrived on Monday afternoon around 5pm. The hostess told us it would be an hour for the pizza to be ready. We ordered and then sat for drinks. We were fortunate; we did not have to wait for a table and got one by the window. We had a pitcher of Bud Light and split a Caesar salad, then got a spinach cheese Chicago deep-dish pizza. $38.42 including tip, and we thought this was quite enjoyable.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on July 28, 2004

Pizzeria Uno
29 East Ohio St.
Chicago, Illinois 60611
(312) 321-1000