FULTON MARKET — When the Hoxton Hotel opens its doors this spring in Fulton Market, the boutique chain looks to dazzle its visitors with three new restaurants, a rooftop pool and views of Chicago’s skyline.
Slated to open in April, the Hoxton Hotel at 200 N. Green St. will feature 182 rooms designed by Ennismore Design Studio that pay homage to the West Loop’s industrial past.
One of the new restaurants will be Cabra, Chef Stephanie Izard’s much anticipated Peruvian rooftop restaurant and bar.
The hotel will also feature a late-night basement bar and a ground floor Mediterranean restaurant named Circa, helmed by Chef Chris Pandel.
The Fulton Market location will also include a new co-working space spanning two floors, a wellness studio and retail spots.
On Tuesday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and officials from Hoxton said the new Fulton Market location would bring more than 300 jobs to the neighborhood.
“We are thrilled The Hoxton is joining Chicago’s surging tourism industry, and in one of our most dynamic neighborhoods,” Emanuel said in a press release Tuesday.
Sharan Pasricha, founder and CEO of Ennismore, the owner of The Hoxton, said he’s “thrilled” to open the third U.S. location for the boutique hotel, which first launched in 2006. There are already locations in Portland, Oregon, and in New York’s Williamsburg neighborhood. Chicago will be the seventh global location.
Fulton Market’s Shapack Partners developed the building.
“Fulton Market District was a natural choice for us, and truly embodies everything that’s core to The Hoxton brand, from its great food and drink to its vibrant creative community,” Pasricha said.
Last week, the hotel began taking reservations ahead of its spring opening, offering rooms at $77 per night if booked before Feb. 27. Guests can use the code “Lucky7” to take advantage of the early-bird rate.
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