Since our recent (or not so recent since it’s been 7 months!) move to the Windy City, we have been obsessed with discovering hotels, restaurants, and experiences that we can share with you. We recently partnered with The Publishing House right in our neighborhood and I couldn’t wait to share it with you. The Publishing House is a gem of a place – its cool luxurious vibes are unique from what we usually see in a Bed and Breakfast. Between the decor the personalized service and the delicious breakfast (this might go down as one of the best breakfasts I’ve had in a hotel), you won’t want to leave because it’s pretty perfect.
We had a chance to interview owners Kimberly and Shawn about their vision and journey, check it out here. The biggest value in finding unique smaller properties is that you get special attention not found in bigger hotel chains. Kimberly and Shawn are available to answer any questions you might have about your stay in Chicago and give you quality tips that only a local would know about. We had such a lovely time – the only problem you might find is leaving. 🙂
Below are a few things we wanted you to know – if you have any specific questions, leave us a message below.
Things To Know
What We loved: Independently-owned by a lovely wife and husband duo. This Bed & Breakfast is not your grandma’s vacation home (not that there’s a problem with that haha!) but instead a cool luxurious space that you will want to share with friends and family. This B&B is more like a boutique hotel with more personal perks like having the ability to sit right in front of the kitchen and chatting it up with the owners as if they were your friends.
Rooms: All 11 rooms are different! They are each designed beautifully – I suggest you pick the one with the claw tub – I loved it!
Location: The Publishing House is located in the West Loop neighborhood of Chicago – which is very hip and trendy and known for having many of Chicago’s best restaurants.
Suitable for: Slow-travelers, those who appreciate a local experience, creatives, and city-dwellers