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The Buckingham Club Hotel is the ultimate urban oasis for a romantic getaway right in the heart of downtown Chicago. The Buckingham Club Hotel provides an intimate and quiet stay complemented by high-end, modern amenities, such as a fully equipped fitness center, touting boutique...
I have stayed at the Buckingham Club several times over the past several years. On weekends you can often get a room for $200 or less. On my recent Presidents Day weekend trip it was under $150 a night.
There are only about 20 rooms...More
Response from Julianne W, Guest Relations Manager at The Buckingham ClubResponded 23 February 2018
Thank you for such a well-written and thorough review. You covered everything from location to rooms to the views, we really appreciate feedback like this! We look forward to having you in one of our south facing rooms in the future!
If you are looking for friendliness at the front desk, a spotless clean room, and more privacy than your own home. Look no further the Buckingham Club is a terrific hotel and I will definitely continue staying here when staying in Chicago
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Response from Julianne W, Guest Relations Manager at The Buckingham ClubResponded 14 February 2018
What a fantastic review! Thank you kindly for the nice words about the staff and our rooms, you're always a welcome guest with us!
Can’t fault the room, and such fabulous views. Bed very comfortable. Decor is getting on a bit, but it’s fine. Sometimes the room cleaning was a bit half-hearted, but everything was clean.
It’s just a bit strange - it doesn’t feel like a hotel as...More
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Response from Julianne W, Guest Relations Manager at The Buckingham ClubResponded 30 January 2018
Nice to hear from you! We appreciate and totally understand your feedback- we are an unusual hotel, and we do have Great Views, and we're happy you stayed with us! We're working on some improvements to the weekend breakfast spread, and in the...More
I needed a place to stay near the loop for some wedding planning with my daughter. My usual place to stay had high rates so I thought I’d see if I could find a nearby hotel at a better price. For this particular Friday rate...More
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Response from Julianne W, Guest Relations Manager at The Buckingham ClubResponded 16 January 2018
Thank you for taking the time to write such a lovely and well rounded review! We appreciate your feedback! We make a great location for wedding blocks, just saying... :) We have event space on the 3rd floor, and a new French restaurant...More
Selected this hotel based on my client's location (in the same building) and corporate rate. The room had a great view, but lacked some of the amenities I have come to expect (microwave, breakfast, etc.). Being in the financial district, most of the casual restaurants...More
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Response from Julianne W, Public Relations Manager at The Buckingham ClubResponded 15 January 2018
Thank you for staying with us! We're so glad to hear you enjoyed your interactions with Yecenia, I'll be sure to share that information with our General Manager.
We are working on adding some amenities to our offerings, hopefully the next time you...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.
You park in the parking garage under the building. We were there on a Monday &;Tuesda, totaling around $70. Parking anywhere in Chicago is expensive and a pain. It was comforting knowing our car was safe.