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We have stayed at the Ruby Room on several occasions and have loved, loved, loved every single time. The showers are incredible (steam shower!) and the beds are so comfortable. We love the neighborhood and how unique all the toiletries and accommodations are. This is...More
It was nice to stay somewhere other than a hotel. We stayed two nights in room 3D. The bed was great! The room was not super clean as I dropped something that went under the bed and when I went to pick it up there...More
We were looking for an inexpensive room (using Hotwire) in the city and found the Ruby Room. The website says 'not a hotel, not a B&B'. It was different and won't be right for everyone.
Pros: Clean, quiet, very nice bathroom, very comfortable bed, warm,...More
We wanted to stay in Wicker Park to be away from peak tourist areas but close enough. It was a quick 10 minute L ride to downtown which was great. We loved the area as there were great restaurants and nightlife everywhere. The Ruby Room...More
I suddenly found I needed to travel to Chicago and desired to stay in Wicker Park. I had stayed in the Ruby Room before and was well satisfied with it's accommodations and spa services. Unfortunately, the only room available for my 4 night stay was...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."