New boutique hotel has 184 rooms and aims to feel more like home rather than a stuffy hotel.
One more option for swanky accommodations hits the city this week.
Hotel Lincoln (1816 N. Clark St.) officially opened its doors on Thursday.
The new boutique hotel offers 184 guest rooms and in-room dining crafted by Paul Virant, executive chef and partner at the adjoining Perennial Virant.
Elaine's Coffee Call is a European-style coffee bar located off the east side of the lobby,
A rooftop lounge is scheduled to open in June, large enough to accommodate 175 patrons outdoors and up to 75 indoors.
Room rates start at $129-$319 a night, depending on the time of year.
The hotel is owned by San Francisco hospitality company Joie de Vivre Hotels.