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Nestled in the heart of Fulton Market, The Emily Hotel serves as your home base to experience Chicago's legendary entertainment, iconic architecture and rich collection of cultural attractions. The West Loop’s Fulton Market District, which formerly served as the city’s meatpacking and warehouse district, is now home to some of the city’s most renowned dining, a vibrant nightlife scene, local boutiques and notable public art. We’ve mapped out a few of our local favorites and must-visit destinations to help you build your itinerary.

Welcome to Fulton Market

Bursting with vibrant culture, legendary entertainment, iconic architecture, a renowned dining scene, and sprawling green spaces and water views, its no wonder why Chicago has been recognized by Condé Nast Traveler readers as the Best Big City in the US for seven years running. Nestled in the heart of Chicago's Fulton Market neighborhood, you'll find The Emily Hotel. We're walking distance to the Morgan Lake L Station and some of the best restaurants and nightlife Chicago has to offer.


The Emily Hotel

311 N Morgan St,
Chicago, IL 60607


West Loop is a bustling area located in Chicago's Near West Side known for converted industrial buildings, a great restaurant scene and a growing hub for corporate headquarters. The West Loop's Fulton Market District, which once served as the city's meat-packing and warehouse district in the 19th and 20th centuries, is now home to some of the city's most celebrated dining, a vibrant nightlife scene, one-of-a-kind boutiques and notable public art. We've rounded up a few of our local favorites below as well some must-visit spots around the city to help you build your itinerary. Have questions or need assistance making reservations? Contact us at any time and our Guest Services team would love to assist.


Art Institute of Chicago
Visit for a spectacular collection that spans centuries and the globe plus a curation of visiting exhibitions.

Museum of Contemporary Art
One of the world's largest museums dedicated to contemporary art. Experience the work and ideas of living artists within the historical, social and cultural context of our time.

Magnificent Mile
From luxury brands to off-chain outlets, the Mag Mile is synonymous with shopping in Chicago.

WNDR Museum
An interactive experience that features a multi-sensory showcase of art and technology.

Wicker Park + Bucktown Shops
In the heart of where Milwaukee, Damen, and North Ave. meet, you'll find a square mile of urban shopping oasis filled with the best local boutiques and one-of-a-kind shops.

B Line - Hubbard Street Murals
Located just steps from The Emily Hotel (2 blocks north at Morgan and Hubbard) you'll find a mile-long corridor of impressive public art completed by a collective of artists from around the world.


World Class Dining
From Michelin starred restaurants, to hole in the wall mom and pop shops, Chicago has no shortage of delicious dining. The West Loop neighborhood in particular is home to restaurant legends, Girl & The Goat, Swift & Sons, Trivoli Tavern, Aba, Duck Duck Goat, and many more.

Navy Pier
Whether you're after a casual weekend stroll or fun day with the family, Navy Pier offers a little something for everyone. Hop on one of Chicago's famous architectural cruises, take a ride on the ferris wheel, explore public art or grab a bite at one of the many eateries.

Chicago Riverwalk
The 1.25-mile long path includes four distinct districts: The Confluence, The Arcade, The Civic and the Esplanade. Stroll past iconic architecture, grab a glass of wine at City Winery or a cold beer at Chicago Brewhouse, and enjoy the many public art installations. In the warmer months, get out on the water with a boat or kayak rental.