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Beautiful room--clean, well-apportioned, uniquely furnished and quiet. Really quiet. Staff was courteous, accommodating an early check-in. Great coffee at Caffe Streets, very good hand-rolled sushi across the street. A+.
Spent last weekend at the Ruby Room Hotel again.
Love the quick check in!
People are very polite there.
Love the room!
Love the Steam Sauna in the bathroom!
Parking is an issue, I got a $75.00 ticket
Was told by the hotel parking on...More
This is the most economical, aesthetically pleasing, safe, and pleasingly eclectic hotels to stay at when visiting Chicago. It is a historic property, so there are no elevators and the rooms are up a wonderfully narrow set of stairs or two, but the benefits of...More
Stayed at the Ruby for a weekend in December. I took a shower before bed. After about 4-5 minutes - just enough time to get soaped up and put conditioner in my hair - the water turned icy cold. I shut it off, waited a...More
If you're looking for a little pampering while in Chicago, include time for a massage or facial at the Ruby Room, a delightful spa conveniently located in the fun and trendy Wicker Park neighborhood. My daughter, friend and I scheduled massages and facials with Logan...More
No this is not close to Soldier Field. At least not in the city sense. Can be reached by public transportation either L or bus but cab would probably be the best unless your good at figuring out how to get around on public... More
No this is not close to Soldier Field. At least not in the city sense. Can be reached by public transportation either L or bus but cab would probably be the best unless your good at figuring out how to get around on public transport. 12 mins? Maybe at 4 AM on Sunday morning. Plan more on 30min. Depending on traffic
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"4th floor, there are 20 + 18 + 18 steps to climb, I would ask for the 3rd
floor to save 18 steps."