Hip Chicago hotel amps up its summer of rock package in partnership with Lincoln Hall & Schubas Tavern.
This summer, travelers and locals looking to immerse themselves in Chicago’s one-of-a-kind music scene, can look no further than booking a stay at ACME Hotel Company! Starting this month, the hip boutique hotel brings back its celebrated Summer of Rock Package, an amped up experience in collaboration with Lincoln Hall + Schubas Tavern that showcases a truly authentic Chicago experience.
For the first time ever, ACME is partnering with Chicago’s iconic music destinations Lincoln Hall + Schubas Tavern, to offer hotel guests - whether staying for business or pleasure - access to the incredible lineup of talent performing at the venues this summer. When booking the Summer of Rock package guests receive two tickets to a show of their choice at either spot included with their stay. The package also includes an in-room DIY cocktail kit to toast like a rock star before heading to the show.
The music doesn’t stop at the venue as guests who book this package also have the option of rocking out at the hotel with ESP Guitars, the name synonymous with some of the best electric guitars since 1975. ACME guests are able to join the legendary lineup of rock n’ roll hall of famers who have jammed on the famed brand. Additionally, ACME is featuring a custom painted ESP guitar by local artist Susan Clausen, in its popular window display.
The ACME Summer of Rock Package starts at $209 and includes:
- A pair of tickets to a show at Lincoln Hall or Schubas Tavern
- Subject to availability, blackout dates apply
- An overnight stay in one of ACME’s premier rooms
- An ESP Guitar ready to rock and roll during the stay
- Subject to availability
- Bowers & Wilkins Headphones & Traveler Guitar amp (you’re not a headliner yet, be nice to your neighbors)
- DIY Cocktail Kit for two (the custom shaker gets to go home with you)
The Summer of Rock package is the perfect summer stay for those traveling to Chicago for its famous summer festivals, traveling for business as well as guests looking for a staycation suited for a superstar, and beyond. For more information and to book ACME’s Summer of Rock package, please click here or call (312) 894-0800.
About ACME Hotel Company
ACME Hotel Company breathes new life into Chicago’s River North neighborhood with its eclectic design, unique amenities and big personality. Located in the heart of the city’s restaurant and nightlife hub and steps from the Mag Mile, the lifestyle boutique alternative offers hip design, a high-tech vibe and approachable accommodations meant to blow your mind, not your budget. From bold room art to an alluring lobby to unparalleled technology service, ACME Hotel Company celebrates individuality and helps guests create an unforgettable Chicago experience. West Town Bakery provides freshly baked pastries, gourmet sandwiches and grab-and-go desserts. Acclaimed nightlife destination The Berkshire Room serves craft cocktails and in an old-world lounge setting. Bodega offers a convenient and approachable sipping experience and Bunny Slope gives guests a steamy new way to enjoy cocktails and private events.
About Rebel Hospitality LLC
Rebel Hospitality owns and manages several independent lifestyle hotels, including ACME Hotel Company in Chicago, IL. Founded by Principals Gene Kornota and Anthony Klok, Rebel Hospitality began as NDC in 1988 when the duo had a vision of introducing a small neighborhood inn in the heart of Chicago’s thriving Lincoln Park neighborhood. In the years since, they have made a mark in both branded hotel and boutique independent spaces. Rebel Hospitality conceptualizes and develops modern lifestyle experiences, with a focus on distinguishing each hotel brand and outlet. The company tagline –Hotels. Unchained - further punctuates Rebel Hospitality’s position in the marketplace as a lifestyle hotel leader.
The building that houses Schubas is a brick and masonry neo-Gothic treasure that's been a Lakeview neighborhood landmark for over 100 years. Built in 1903 as part of a project undertaken by the Schlitz Brewery, the building was one of hundreds erected at the turn of the century. Often known as "Tied Houses", Schubas remains one of a handful of these elegant buildings still operating as a saloon. Schubas Tavern happens to also have the reputation as one of the best small music venues in the country. By pulling together all of the elements of excellent sound, intimate environs, and a music-centric atmosphere, Schubas has become a legendary room. Offering live music nightly from a variety of acts -- rock, folk, country, funk, and more -- the bands range in quality and stature, from up-and-coming local acts with strong followings, to nationally known acts loyal to Schubas for help on the way up. The room is small enough to ensure fans are never far from the action on the raised stage, and the audience format can be extremely intimate depending on the music style and the draw.
About Lincoln Hall
Located at 2424 N Lincoln Avenue, the building which houses Lincoln Hall first opened in 1912 as the Fullerton Theatre, a nickelodeon. Since then, the building has housed a garage and machine shop, the Crest Theatre and, most recently, the 3 Penny Cinema. In 1934, FBI sharpshooters were stationed atop what is now Lincoln Hall to prevent John Dillinger's escape from the Biograph Theatre across the street on the night he was killed. After 20 years as owner/operators of Schubas Tavern at 3159 N. Southport in Chicago, Mike and Chris Schuba opened Lincoln Hall in this historic building. “We’ve been looking three years for a building that would create a human-scale, intimate experience where we can put the music first,” said Chris Schuba in 2009 as he walked the dust-covered mezzanine while construction workers welded, sawed and hammered around him. (Greg Kot, 8/5/2009)