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first_imgGo back to the enewsletterThe Hoxton, Chicago has opened in the heart of the city’s Fulton Market District, the third property for the brand in North America and seventh in the series.Situated on the site of a former meatpacker in the Fulton Market District, The Hoxton, Chicago boasts 182 rooms, three distinct dining and drinking destinations, lively public spaces and The Apartment, a unique meeting and events space.The Hoxton, Chicago | LobbyThe Hoxton, Chicago marks several “firsts” for brand, including The Hoxton’s first rooftop pool, the first foray into wellness with a studio running mind and body-focused programming, a ground-level retail unit housing new and noteworthy brands that will evolve seasonally, and the first location of The Hoxton’s new coworkingconcept, spread over two levels.The Hoxton, Chicago | BedroomBedrooms are designed by Ennismore Design Studio and come in three categories: Snug, Roomy and Cosy. Rooms draw inspiration from the area’s industrial past with unfinished concrete ceilings and warehouse-style windows complemented by two-toned walls of white and rose. All rooms have mid-century furniture, comfortable beds with custom bedding created by artist Cody Hudson, brass bed lamps, bespoke rugs, Marshall radios, and walk-in showers.Every bedroom comes with the typical Hox perks: complimentary water and WiFi, one hour of free calls to anywhere in the world, a mini fridge, local products at supermarket prices from the reception shop, and a daily breakfast bag delivered to the room.The Hoxton, Chicago | Lazy Bird barThe Hoxton, Chicago has a rooftop restaurant, Cabra Cevicheria – an open-air Peruvian-inspired eatery helmed by renowned chef, Stephanie Izard, and Cira – modern Mediterranean restaurant led by Chef Chris Pandel.Lazy Bird is an intimate cocktail bar with a menu of 52 classic cocktails, with live jazz, rock and soul on select evenings.See www.thehoxton.comLead image: The Hoxton, Chicago | Cabra Cevicheria rooftop restaurantGo back to the enewsletterlast_img read more