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All reviewsprivate clubathletic facilitiesthe loopthe financial districtgreat art collectionold world elegancelarge meetingguest roomsathletic clubhave stayed here many timesexercise facilityrooms are smalldowntown chicagofourth floorgreat poolfree wifimeeting room
Personally, I would stay in a different hotel and not buy into the "hype" that was apparently sold to those on staff at this hotel. While it is beautiful and certainly holds some history and the location is good - I felt it was snobbish...More
We went to the ULCC for our second visit and this time it was for a wedding. Great food great service and overall a great time. The rooms were average for the price but so very convenient to not have to stay off site.
This is a private club, so you either need to be a member or a guest.
The food, as always, does not disappoint and is surprisingly inexpensive. While we do not use the hotel there are plenty of things to do here. Mostly we use...More
By recommendation. Surroundings were beautiful, even a Monet on the wall. Great steaks: I had Kansas Aged Strip. Good sommelier. Pudding wine a luscious dark brown Riesling possibly last it’s best. Very centrally placed.
We didn't use the athletic facilities.. but stayed for a few nights for a wedding on premises...the place felt historic with grand wood features and marble. the rooms were on the smaller side - but we didn't care.. they were very quiet (thick, probably stone,...More
Often visitors' first stop in Chicago, The Loop is a good starting point to sample the city's energy and flavor. This central business district boasts Michelin-rated restaurants, upscale hotels, premier shopping, and enough arresting architecture to keep your camera busy for hours. You won’t find too many photo galleries of downtown Chicago without a shot of Millennium Park and Cloud Gate (“The Bean”), one of
the most iconic landmarks in the city. A stunning skyline coupled with cultural attractions like the Art Institute of Chicago present a Downtown where work and play peacefully coexist.