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The new Hotel Lincoln is a window to the most dynamic part of Chicago's North Side, Lincoln Park. Like the neighborhood, the hotel is historic yet fresh, fun though eccentric, active but relaxed. It's where the energy of urban life meets 1,200 green acres and Lake Michigan. All of which makes the Lincoln that unique place where the rhythms of a great city can be felt, savored and adopted as your own. The Lincoln's 184 rooms are classic Chicago seen through an eclectic, contemporary lens. They're on the preppy side, designed and furnished with modern and vintage details, including original art from local artists. Rooms on the highest floors - 9 through 12 - feature the hotel finest views, especially when facing east toward Lincoln Park and the lake.
Onsite valet parking $52.00 per night Offsite parking $35.00 per night.
Effective Monday, January 1, Lincoln Park’s celebrated Perennial Virant will close its doors to re-concept with a new joint venture between Boka Restaurant Group and Ryan See and Dan Warren, of 90/94 Restaurant Group. With the rebranding, executive chef Paul Virant will be departing the restaurant to focus on his other locations: Vie and Vistro. The hotel’s additional food and beverage outlets, Elaine’s Coffee Call and the J. Parker, will remain business as usual under the new partnership.
“Both Ryan and Dan have been in Chicago for a while now, and we have been friends with them for years. After much thought, we decided they would be excellent partners for us at 1800 N. Lincoln Avenue. We’re excited about the new direction the restaurant located on the ground floor of the Hotel Lincoln will be taking once re-open in Spring 2017,” said Rob Katz, co-owner of Boka Restaurant Group.
Reservations for Perennial Virant are still available through the year’s end at www.perennialchicago.com, and the restaurant will continue to offer breakfast service for all hotel guests while under construction in the J. Parker, located on the rooftop of the Hotel Lincoln.