The Rose
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First look: The Rose Hotel

Eight-foot-tall mannequins covered in black-and-white “dazzle camouflage” greet guests in the lobby of The Rose.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
The front desk leads into a long bar in the sleek lobby of The Rose.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
A deluxe room at The Rose averages just under 390 square feet — about 100 square feet bigger than standard rooms.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
Umbrellas casting a pink glow hang from the ceiling at The Rose. The umbrellas can be programmed to show different colors.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
The Rose hotel is the first property in Hilton’s Tapestry Collection to be built from the ground up. The 165-room hotel is part of Rosemont’s new Pearl District.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
Big black dashes — in this case, representing the number three — let guests know what floor they’re on in the five-story property.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
A nook in the hotel’s lobby was made with Instagram opportunities in mind.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
A sitting area between meeting rooms at The Rose for travelers who need to meet somewhere close to O’Hare International Airport.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
Pencil sculptures above communal workspaces decorate a wall at The Rose.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
The hotel has a sizable fitness center with weights and machines, but no pool.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
Deluxe rooms, like the one shown here, cost about $25 to $50 more than standard guestrooms.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
As is the trend with many new hotels, most guest rooms have showers, not tubs.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
The Rose uses Beekman 1802 bath products — a brand beloved by Oprah Winfrey.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
The 165 guest rooms are done up with modern decor and whimsical art.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
The 65-seat restaurant at The Rose is helmed by executive chef Nicholas Malloy.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
Playful touches like this dinosaur skeleton are peppered throughout the hotel lobby.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
Artsy knickknacks are part of the boutique-hotel design at The Rose.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
A massive wooden barn door can close off the 16-seat private dining room from the main restaurant.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
The 65-seat dining area of The Rose is part of the long lobby/lounge area on the ground floor of the hotel.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
The front desk at the new Rose Hotel, opening Thursday.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune )
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