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The design duo of Andrew Alford (Dirty Lines Design) and Lisa McClung (INT Inc.) filled Hotel Lincoln's guest rooms with lots of bright colors and unexpected details.
Lacombe coffee and light bites are served at Elaine's Coffee Call; neighborhood residents are encouraged to stop in and relax.
Designers Andrew Alford of Dirty Lines Design and Lisa McClung of INT Inc. aimed for a textured, boho-preppy look in the lobby.
When your college friend or sister-in-law suddenly breezes into town, Lincoln Park's just-opened Hotel Lincoln--a boutique property that's long on neighborhood charm and short on Mag Mile madness--is the next best place to your own guest room.
The 1928 mid-rise is the tallest structure for blocks, and it's home to the excellent Perennial Virant. It's also the building that had us wondering for years when someone was finally going to do something nice with that old boarded-up Days Inn.
San Francisco-based Joie de Vivre Hotels to the rescue: With the Green City Market at its doorstep, access to the neighboring Equinox fitness club, the lakefront path across the park and dozens of shops and restaurants within blocks, Hotel Lincoln possesses a leafy, residential quality that's rare among the city's homes away from home. (Rates start at $179 a night.)
Need an escape of your own? Bring your laptop and grab a spot in the European-style Elaine's Coffee Call lobby hangout. And later this spring, don a billowy cocktail frock and head to the rooftop bar--we're betting it will be a prime spot to take in views of the zoo, the green-glass conservatory and our favorite thing about this gorgeous city: the lakefront.
Hotel Lincoln, 1816 N. Clark St.; 312-254-4700 or hotellincolnchicago.com
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