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A glamorous mix of historic location and modern style located in the Reliance Building, the world's first steel-frame skyscraper.
For a historic stay with a dash of flash, the Burnham is the place.
Named for Chicago architect Daniel Burnham, this steel-and-glass former office building with a terra-cotta facade in the downtown Loop receives perfect scores for its location across from Macy’s. Full review →
Set in the magnificent Daniel Burnham-designed Reliance Building, this stunning hotel is both classic and cheerfully contemporary.
The design aesthetic inside is pleasantly funky, with Art Deco touches and zebra and leopard prints on the rooms' terry robes. Full review →
If you're looking to commune with Chicago history, this sophisticated small hotel delivers a one-of-a-kind experience. Full review →For views of both the city and lakefront, ask for a room on a high floor in the northeast corner.
This historic 1895 building welcomes guests with plenty of modern comforts. Full review →
Landmark architecture meets boutique fun with wine happy hours and comfort food in Chi-Town. Full review →
The proprietors brag the Burnham has the highest guest return rates in Chicago; it’s easy to see why. Full review →
It's all very fancy, with gilded furnishings and tasseled silk canopy beds, but it's good to be king.
Beautifully restored art-deco highrise. Full review →
This 122-room boutique located in an 1895 building pays homage to its past with cool historic details, including wrought iron, mosaic tiles, and marble stairs. Full review →
City views are good, especially at night. A number of rooms boast lake views, but these are glimpses at best. The hotel's supply of connecting rooms is limited. Full review →
Rooms with brass keys and mahogany doors, lobbies with iron filigree stairs and terrazzo floors: The Alise (formely the Hotel Burnham) is an architectural classic. Full review →
This historic architectural treasure morphed from the Reliance Building into the Hotel Burnham. Yet a National Historic Landmark, the hotel isn't stuck in the 19th century. Full review →
Perhaps no other hotel showcases Chicago’s impressive architectural history like the Burnham. Full review →Rest your head on down, foam, or even buckwheat ordered up from the hotel’s pillow menu.
This “excellent” Kimpton boutique "just blocks away" from theaters and museums is a “superb restoration” of an 1895 skyscraper with “a lot of character” and “exceptional” rooms.
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