WEST LOOP — The Hoxton Hotel, featuring chef Stephanie Izard’s highly anticipated new restaurant Cabra Cevicheria, has finally opened its doors in Fulton Market.
The new boutique hotel, at 200 N. Green St., brings two new restaurants, a basement bar, a rooftop pool and 182 rooms to the booming neighborhood.
The Hoxton also includes a new coworking space, a wellness studio and retail spots.
James Beard award-winning Izard’s Peruvian-inspired Cabra Cevicheria offers up small plates focused on ceviches and tiraditos — a Peruvian dish of raw fish, cut in the shape of sashimi.
Swift & Sons Chef Chris Pandel will oversee Mediterranean restaurant Cira in the hotel, which draws on influences from across the region.
“We’re taking the liberty of looking at all 21 countries that surround the Mediterranean and making a mashup,” Pandel told Chicago magazine. “We’ve got Spanish, Turkish, a touch of Israel and Syria, some North African stuff.”
The hotel’s late-night basement bar Lazybird offers up 52 classic cocktails and live music on select nights.
The rooftop pool will be open to hotel guests and the public in warmer months.
“Currently there is no rate for the locals. All are welcome,” a spokesman said.
Room rates start at $129 per night.
Fulton Market’s Shapack Partners developed the building. The hotel was designed by GREC Architects, Ennismore Design Studio and AvroKO.
Sharan Pasricha, founder and CEO of Ennismore, the owner of The Hoxton, first launched the U.K.-based boutique hotel in 2006. Last fall, the Hoxton opened locations in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood and Portland, Oregon. The Fulton Market spot is the company’s third U.S. location, and seventh overall.
Hoxton Hotel announced its spring opening in February.
The West Loop is also home to the Ace Hotel and Soho House. The long-awaited Nobu Hotel is expected to open its 115 new hotel rooms and a 10,000-square-foot signature Nobu restaurant on Randolph on July 31.
Last month, a team of investors unveiled plans to convert a dairy supply facility into a 13-story Standard Hotel in the neighborhood in a crowdfunding campaign.
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