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We have stayed several times at the Ruby Room in Chicago. It is not a 5 star hotel with all the amenities, but rather a small hotel in a diverse neighborhood filled with great restaurants and friendly people! The bakery across the street is outstanding!...More
The room and bathroom were nice and comfortable. I found the bed very comfortable as well. The room (4C) was advertised as a "city view" which pretty much was the view of the roof next door and some buildings in the distance. It was very...More
I'm of a bit of a split opinion about this place. On the plus side, the location is really great for exploring Wicker Park and the rooms are quite charming. The spa amenities in the bathroom are quite nice.
On the negative side, I don't...More
Response from rubyroom, Owner at Ruby RoomResponded October 11, 2016
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience. Having only 9 rooms, our business model does not allow for 24 hour front desk support. We make every effort to communicate who we are and who we are not on our website...More
I stayed at Ruby Room for one night because I wanted to stay in a hotel in Wicker Park and there really aren't that many options. Overall, it's a pretty nice hotel, but a very quiet atmosphere and late arrivals can really wake you up...More
We wanted to find a place to stay in the Wicker Park area of Chicago. We were looking to find an apartment for our son in the Wicker Park/Bucktown area since he needed to be close to the "L". There are not a lot of...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."