The new Hotel Lincoln is a window to the most dynamic part of Chicago’s North Side, Lincoln Park. Like the neighbourhood, the hotel is historic yet fresh, fun though eccentric, active but relaxed. It’s where the energy of urban life meets 1,200 green acres and Lake Michigan. All of which makes the Lincoln that unique place where the rhythms of a great city can be felt, savored and adopted as your own. Here are just a few landmark attractions near the hotel.
Chicago’s largest park covers 1,200 lush acres beside Lake Michigan. It’s home to the zoo, Lincoln Park Conservatory, Chicago History Museum, Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, outdoor theater, beaches, running paths, boat docks, tennis courts, a golf course, and ball parks. Aldred Caldwell Lily Pond is particularly idyllic.
Lincoln Park is home to seven miles of beaches along Lake Michigan. North Avenue is viewed as Chicago’s best, known for its piers, beach volleyball, bike path, and Cape Cod-like hook of sand. The main and oldest campus of the largest Catholic university in the nation is located on 36 acres in Lincoln Park.Book today