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Burnham Hotel in Chicago - near Millennium Park

Chicago's Burnham Hotel Earns Rave Reviews & Recognition

The news about Chicago's hottest hotel is buzzing. Check out why the Burnham Hotel consistently ranks among the best hotels in the city.


  • "Top 25 Hotels in the Midwest", Conde Nast Traveler, November 2012
  • "Artful Getaways" AAA Living Illinois, November 2012
  • "Fall Hotel Packages in Chicago" CBS Chicago Online, November 13, 2012
  • "6 Must-See Holiday Performances" Midwest Living Magazine, December 2012
  • "Reader's Choice Awards 2011" Conde Nast Traveler, November 2011
    Conde Nast Traveler reader's votes placed Hotel Burnham in the #15 spot among the top 200 hotels in the United States.
  • "Spectacular Hotel Fireplaces", February 2012
    Editors of the magazine for American Express Platinum cardholders describe the "cozy touches that make snuggling up to the marble-framed hearth an easy segue to happy hour" at the Burnham.
  • "Tracking That Elusive Species, the 'Green Hotel'" Minneapolis Star Tribune, April 21, 2012
    Hotel Burnham's eco-friendly practices are recognized in this story on traveling green.
  • "Old World Landmark Reborn in the Loop" Chicago Tribune, December 2011
    In this hotel review Chicago Tribune claims that "Hotel Burnham possesses an Old World style and grace that could put any modern-day skyscraper to shame."
  • "Chicago, USA: High Times in the Windy City" Sunday Telegraph, November 27, 2011
    The Sunday Telegraph reporter declares: "Like most people, I love New York. But I love Chicago better." He also recommends a stay at the Hotel Burnham while visiting.
  • "Chicago Architecture Weekend Travel Guide" Wall Street Journal, October 15, 2011
    The Wall Street Journal recommends" a room in the northeast corner for views of the Chicago Theater's famous illuminated marque" at the Hotel Burnham.
  • "Finding Pooch Friendly Hotels in Chicago" Chicago Tribune, July 8, 2011
    Looking for a pet-friendly hotel? The Chicago Tribune notes Hotel Burnham's Director of Pet Relations. "No, not a person who greets dogs—a bulldog named Dillon who can be found sleeping by the front desk or enjoying a pat on the head from guests."