Welcome to Le Petit Château Gold Coast

Le Petit Château Gold Coast is a luxury lover’s haven near charming homes on picture-perfect streets, high-end boutiques, and restaurants favored by celebrities past and present which all give this neighborhood its star power.

Nestled close to the Lake Michigan shoreline, the Gold Coast is luxury and romance personified (as the name implies, this is one of the country’s most affluent neighborhoods).

Streets are lined with historic mansions, designer boutiques, celebrated restaurants, and historic hotels. In the evenings, you’ll find a dynamic bar-hopping scene spilling out onto Rush Street until late into the night.

Oak Street Luxury Shopping District

They don’t call it the Gold Coast for nothing. This historic neighborhood, one of Chicago’s most affluent areas, is a popular destination for high-end shopping — particularly, the area around Oak Street. That’s where you’ll find charming, tree-lined streets dotted with luxury boutiques and couture showrooms, all just steps from Michigan Avenue. Right on Oak Street, you’ll find outposts for some of the world’s top designers, including Giorgio Armani, Prada, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Escada, Christian Louboutin, and Hermes. The area is also home to several high-end jewelry designers including Patek Phillipe & Rolex by Razny Jewelers, Harry Winston, Graff, Geneva Seal Fine Jewelry & Timepieces, and Buccellati.

Nearby on Rush Street, you can stop into Christian Dior and Versace. And don’t miss the Yves Saint Laurent hidden inside the Waldorf Astoria Chicago on Walton Street. While you’re there, stop to admire the hotel’s glittering lobby chandelier, inspired by the vintage jewelry designs of Coco Chanel and Christian Dior. The district is also known as a haven for spas. Pop into STIL Salon & Spa, Salon Lashe, Mireille’s Studio, Charles Ifergan, or CaTara Med Spa Catara for a luxurious treatment of to pick up some top-of-the-line beauty products.

7 minute walk from the château.

Cloud Bar at the 94th

Elevate your evening with a high-rise dining experience at Cloud Bar. This iconic Chicago bar presents panoramic skyline and shoreline views where you can experience Chicago’s most breathtaking views with a refreshing cocktail in your hand. Perched on the 94th floor of historic 875 North Michigan Ave—formerly the John Hancock Center—Cloud Bar is the ideal place to enjoy premium drinks and appetizers in a casual setting with the best sunset in the Windy City.

11 minute walk from your château.

Ralph Lauren Restaurant

Located adjacent to Ralph Lauren’s largest retail outlet, the Ralph Lauren Chicago flagship store on Michigan Avenue, the RL Restaurant features the vision and décor of Ralph Lauren in a modern club atmosphere. RL Restaurant offers classic American cuisine inspired by Ralph Lauren’s personal favorites. Seasonal dishes range from a chopped vegetable salad to a lobster roll sandwich, grilled fish of the day and steaks. On the cocktail list, guests can choose from classic drinks and a diverse selection of wines and other fine spirits.

12 minute walk from the château.

Maple & Ash

Maple & Ash is redefining today’s steakhouse experience, one moment at a time. With a menu crafted by two-Michelin-star Chef Danny Grant, and a wine list named ‘one of the most outstanding in the world’ by Wine Spectator, we find a way to make every celebration one to remember.

4 minute walk from the château.


This Art Deco apartment building and its lobby bar reflect the sophistication of the surrounding Gold Coast neighborhood and its iconic speakeasies from the prohibition era. After 75 years, we’ve dusted it off, and have re-opened to the public as the original establishment, The Sparrow. Originally designed to be an escape for residents looking for a nightcap or late night rendezvous, the barkeeps here have been privy to intimate dialogue, essentially becoming the building’s concierge.

7 minute walk from the château.

Coq d'Or

The second establishment in Chicago to obtain a liquor license, this Gold Coast Neighborhood fixture opened on December 6, 1933 following the repeal of Prohibition. The patina of Coq d’Or blends rich wood paneling, rogue leather accents, live weekend entertainment and a cozy glow to a evoke a truly nostalgic vibe.

7 minute walk from the château.

Le Colonial

Le Colonial is a celebration of seductive spirit and vivid flavors reminiscent of Saigon in the 1920s. With locations in Chicago, Houston and Atlanta and Lake Forest, the famed Vietnamese restaurant is designed to capture a bygone era of romance and soft architecture.

Heralded as “an escapist’s paradise,” celebrated restaurateurs Rick Wahlstedt and Joe King deliver on exquisite attention to detail in a luxurious classic and idyllic atmosphere to the Gold Coast of Chicago.

7 minute walk from the château.


Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse has been a Chicago icon since partners Hugo Ralli and Steve Lombardo opened its doors in May of 1989. Gibsons Steakhouse proudly serves Gibsons Prime Angus beef. Gibsons Prime Angus is USDA certified Prime Beef sourced from a carefully selected list of producers in the upper Midwest, grain-fed for up to 120 days and aged for a minimum of 45 days. Gibsons Prime Angus Beef is featured along with fresh fish, classic cocktails, an extensive wine list and exceptional service.

4 minute walk from the château.

Nico Osteria

Nico Osteria brings Italian seafood to Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood. Nico Osteria at Thompson Chicago delivers a warm and inviting dining experience for hotel guests and local diners alike, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily. The dining room lends an elegant welcoming backdrop for our menu of house-made pastas and impeccable seafood, whereas Salone Nico provides a casual, yet refined, bar setting for our rustic fare.

4 minute walk from the château.


The quintessential American bar, LUXBAR features seasonal and classic cocktails made from freshly pressed juices, premium ice, housemade shrubs, and an extensive selection of spirits that runs especially deep in whiskey and bourbon. A “Build Your Own Manhattan” menu, thoughtful, approachable wine list, and beer menu with vintage and local options make the bar a go-to for casual, mid-week drinks and bites with friends, watching weekend sports and post-shopping.

4 minute walk from the château.

The Bellevue

Sip with style and unwind at The Bellevue, an oasis in the renowned Gold Coast. Here, luxury, ambiance, and a bit of splendor come together, creating an atmosphere worthy of our name’s meaning, “beautiful view.” As the sun sets over our corner of Rush and Bellevue, smiles grow, and laughter floods the patio, all amidst the backdrop of our vibrant neighborhood—it’s picturesque in every way.

4 minute walk from the château.


As day eases into night, head to the 18th floor of Viceroy Chicago, where Devereaux, the rooftop lounge, exudes the energy of the city and pulse of the city — and potent cocktails. Unwind in the moody glow of the rooftop bar downtown Chicago. Wander outside to take in the city views poolside. Here — and only here — the Gold Coast, Lake Michigan, and skyline come together in one panoramic picture.

The menu of creative spirits includes favorites, old and new. Quick drinks can easily turn into dinner with small plates and light bites inspired by the season.

4 minute walk from the château.

Zebra Lounge Piano Bar

Fittingly, one must pass under the Canterbury Courts’ black awning to get to this intimate piano bar, where maroon painted walls give way to framed pictures, and zebra-striped lamps. The eccentric bartenders sling drinks and play armchair therapist. In-the-know patrons arrive early to sink into leather booths as pianists tap out an eclectic mix of requests ranging from contemporary to classic – Frank Sinatra to Jay Z and everything in between. Later on in the night, the cozy, pint-sized joint fills up with a diverse crowd that leaves the pretension at the door and ranges from suit-sporting old-timers to reveling college students. From behind the mirror-lined bar, the staff pours martinis, fills wooden bowls with zesty snack mix, and sings along with the piano player. Zebra Lounge is many things; as much a chameleon as it is a zebra.

4 minute walk from the château.

Whispers at Oak Street Beach

Whispers at Oak Street Beach is the only restaurant & beach bar in Chicago that is situated directly on the water. At Whispers, guests get the best of both worlds: perfect views of Lake Michigan against the backdrop of Chicago’s spectacular skyline.

9 minute walk from the château.

Oak Street Beach

This was the scene back in the 60s, and it is still kinda sorta popping off today. The beach is adjacent to the nearby Play Pen, a boat scene for on the water shenninigans. Actually, the entire lakefront is absolutely epic. Oak Street Beach is located at 1000 N. Lake Shore Drive at Oak Street and Lake Michigan near the Gold Coast/Streeterville neighborhoods.  This popular summer hotspot offers beach goers amenities that include chair rentals, food and beverage options at Oak Street Beach Café, bike rentals, volleyball rentals, restrooms and a spectacular view of the city skyline. Waking up early? Add some Bailey’s to your coffee, put it in a to go cup, and try and catch a sunrise.

9 minute walk from the château.

Lincoln Park Zoo

Since 1868, Lincoln Park Zoo has grown side by side with the City of Chicago—from swans to science and from trading post to metropolis. Now, we touch so many lives in so many different ways: our visitors learn about diverse species from around the planet, our animals receive enrichment that inspires natural behaviors, and our scientists protect ecosystems from Chicago to the Republic of Congo. As the zoo evolved, we became one of the most popular cultural destinations in Illinois and the only privately managed, free zoo in the country.

34 minute walk from the château, 6 minute drive.

The Bean

Officially named “Cloud Gate”, but yeah right, locals call it the Friggin’ Bean. For many, the stainless steel Cloud Gate sculpture is a work of art, but for tourists, it’s the best opportunity for a selfie. The public artwork – also known as “the Bean” – has become a must-see item on any Chicago itinerary. The sculpture, by British artist Sir Anish Kapoor, was unveiled at the opening of Millennium Park in 2004. It now serves as a famous symbol of the city and is one of Chicago’s most photographed attractions.

31 minute walk from the château, 10 minute drive.

Crown Fountain

Designed by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa, Crown Fountain consists of two fifty-foot glass block towers at opposite ends of a shallow reflecting pool. The towers project video footage of faces, collected from 1,000 different Chicago residents, and spurt water from an outlet in the screen centered on the video projections’ mouths. The interactive sculpture is a reference to the traditional use of gargoyles, often used as the source of water projects in fountains, where the mythical creatures’ eruption of water symbolizes giving life. Overall, construction took six months and cost $17 million, adding Crown Fountain to Chicago’s collection of world-renowned public art in July of 2004.

31 minute walk from the château, 10 minute drive.

The Art Institute of Chicago

Founded in 1879, and iconified in the popular film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, the Art Institute of Chicago is one of the world’s major museums, housing an extraordinary collection of objects from across places, cultures, and time. Home to a collection of art that spans centuries and the globe, the Art Institute of Chicago is located in the heart of the city—and is one of TripAdvisor’s Top US Attractions of 2022. Explore thousands of artworks in the museum’s collection—from our renowned icons to lesser-known works from every corner of the globe—as well as our books, writings, reference materials, and other resources.

35 minute walk from the château, 9 minute drive.

Fox Trot

Your Corner Store and Delivery Market. Our shelves are stocked. With everything from women-owned to sustainable, local and more, you’re sure to find something new to love. Think handpicked wines, freshly crafted chef-prepared meals and all the fixings you need for a late-night snack.

4 minute walk from the château.

Water Tower Place

Water Tower Place is a Chicago landmark on the Magnificent Mile and renowned for its vast selection of over 70 stores including American Girl Place, Lego, Akira, Eileen Fisher and many more. Beyond shopping, the seven-story mall also houses a number of restaurants and entertainment options, including a Broadway in Chicago live theater. Explore our directory for a complete list of stores, dining choices, and more unique offerings.

11 minute walk from the château.

900 North Michigan Shops

Elevate your evening with a high-rise dining experience at The Signature Room. This iconic Chicago restaurant presents panoramic skyline and shoreline views with world-class cuisine—sourced from fresh, local ingredients. Ranked among the best restaurants in Chicago, The Signature Room offers flavors to savor and sights to behold.

Experience Chicago’s most breathtaking views with a refreshing cocktail in your hand. Perched on the 96th floor of historic 875 North Michigan Ave—formerly the John Hancock Center—The Signature Lounge is the ideal place to enjoy premium drinks and appetizers in a casual setting with the best sunset in the Windy City.

6 minute walk from the château.

Waldorf Astoria Hotel

The Waldorf Astoria Chicago, located in Downtown Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood, boasts chateau-style architecture and is conveniently situated just steps away from Rush Street and a block from the renowned Magnificent Mile. You can choose from guest suites with cozy fireplaces and private terraces. Our dedicated personal concierge is always available to personalize your stay and ensure that all your needs are met. Additionally, you can enjoy a range of amenities, including a state-of-the-art Pilates studio, luxurious spa services, an inviting lap pool, and a multitude of dining options.

7 minute walk from the château.

Drake Hotel

No other Chicago hotel has inspired more legendary acclaim on par with The Drake. This timeless property affords guests easy access to the city’s most exclusive shopping, nightlife and dining. For over a century, our hotel has boasted its prominence within Chicago’s history, becoming known as high-society’s first choice in opulence and luxury and is listed in the Nation Register of Historic Places. The Drake Hotel was built as the nation’s first urban resort located at the top of The Magnificent Mile and Oak Street Park & Beach. The Historic Hotel of America has been welcoming guests, since opening on New Years’ Eve 1920, offering amenities and services synonymous with Gold Coast living

5 minute walk from the château.

Four Seasons Hotel

A vibrant hub of culture, style and energy, our newly transformed Hotel is iconic luxury boldly reimagined to capture the essence of Chicago through inspired food, drink, art and music. Experience unrivaled lake and skyline views at the heart of Magnificent Mile and North Michigan Avenue’s best shopping and attractions. Returning this summer, discover unparalleled water experiences on the city’s lake and river in iconic luxury with our Four Seasons Hotel Chicago yacht charters. Enjoy the ultimate wellness retreat with our exclusive Spa partners or bring our award-winning culinary experts on board to complete your experience. Immerse yourself in Chicago’s thriving culinary scene at Adorn Bar & Restaurant, where Chef Richie Farina presents global influences mingled with regional delights. Clever cocktails, creative small plates and a live music program exude an energy that can only be found at Four Seasons Hotel Chicago.

7 minute walk from the château.

Ritz Carlton Hotel

The Ritz-Carlton, Chicago legacy lives through generations of families, travelers and trailblazers, providing coveted setting to enjoy what matters most. Cherished heritage. Community soul. Landmark service. Midwest sincerity. Our beacon of hospitality is the backdrop for new and established voices in connecting, reconnecting and uncovering the dynamic energy of Chicago. Art, architecture and industrial innovation are at the core of Chicago’s story, told beautifully through the experience at The Ritz-Carlton. Set within the Water Tower Place near Lake Michigan, the hotel offers attentive service alongside distinct amenities: a culinary tour of neighborhoods in the exclusive Club Lounge, an expanded fitness center overlooking the skyline and luxury accommodations that offer a taste of Chicago living.

10 minute walk from the château.

"Eventually, I think Chicago will be the most beautiful great city left in the world." - Frank Lloyd Wright

A Quick Video Overview of the Gold Coast Neighborhood

Make yourself at home..

Le Petit Château Gold Coast is your quaint little home away from home in the Windy City, amidst the towering giants, buried in the heart of the tree lined Gold Coast, in the City of Big Shoulders. Chicago is also known as the Second City, Chi-Town, Chiraq, Chiberia, the City in a Garden, or simply the Chi. A one week advance notice of your complimentary stay, is most appreciated. Let’s GO!





























A List of Things You Might Need at the Château

The below list may be useful to you during your stay, or in all or some of your upcoming adventures.


Air Conditioner

In the summer, you will find a rickety old air conditioner with gold knobs in the bedroom window, probably once used by Al Capone and possibly purchased from his estate sale, it should cool the whole place. There may have once been a stack of gold coins hidden inside. Turn the left knob clockwise all the way for full blast. The right knob is the self destruct knob. If you figure it out, let us know.


The large black painting in the Dining Hall is entitled, “F’ It”, but we affectionately call it “The Infinite Blackness of My Abyss and Other Sad and Melancholy Meanderings” to keep it family friendly, painted by our local famed Chicago artist. The sketch over the bar is called, “Boy Meets Girl”, by Unknown. The cityscape at the rear Living Room Wall is entitled “Chi”, by yours truly, your humble host.


Prohibition was repealed in 1933, so the speakeasies of Chicago are officially a thing of the past and there is no need to hide. However, if you want to save some dough, pregame, and drink in the château, feel free to hit up the bar in the cabinets at the end of the kitchen. A full set of appropriate glassware can be found overhead. Wine bottles galore from all around the world can be found to the left of the food pantry cabinet, and to the left of the fridge. Party ice blocks are in a bag in the freezer for your cocktail game.

Bath & Bidet

The bath mirror has hidden storage inside for your toiletries, just slide it carefully to the left or right. A tiny narrow gold tubular Bath Garbage bin can be found in the lower vanity cabinet, along with some miscellaneous necessary supplies. The Bidet is at the back right of the toilet. To operate the Bidet, turn the gold valve ON (up) at the base of the toilet, then adjust flow with the thumb trigger on the wand. Remember to turn the gold valve OFF (down) at the base of the toilet, after use. Fellow Americans, this may help.

Bay Windows

There are two large Bay Windows behind the dining table, good for direct sunlight early morning around 7AM, and again in the afternoon around 4PM (reflected off those mirrored windows on the the luxurious lakefront Carlyle condos across the way, LOL). Granted, the view off the bay windows may not be spectacular, but you do have a view of the bricks and bathroom window of the adjacent next door neighbor, a massive single family three story Chicago greystone historic landmark. Let’s go in on it together, or this opulent mansion a few houses down the street!

Bus & Bikes

The public transportation system in Chicago is epic, and there is a 151 bus at the eastern corner of the block that will take you south down Michigan Avenue along the Magnificent Mile to access the Bean (Cloud Gate), Millennium Park, the Face Fountains (Crown Fountain) , the Museums, etc. It’s about a 10-20 minute bus ride, scenic all the way. You will need a Ventra pass using the app on your phone to get around. Same for Divvy bikes.


The bedroom features some fancy white carpet, so if possible, please kindly keep your shoes in the living room closet, and luggage wheels, food and beverages outside of the bedroom. The cleaning staff (cough) will be most appreciative.


There are two wireless Phone Chargers in the bedroom nightstand top drawers, left and right. Wiggle your phone around on the velvet towards the inside corners of the top drawers and you will feel it magnetize. There is also a USB charging adapter on the wall to the left of the dining table.


Closet in the living room is good for shoes, coats, bags, umbrellas, shopping bags, etc. You can shove all your miscellaneous stuff in there to clear up your floor space. The Closet in the bedroom has racks for folded clothes, extra linens, and towels, as well as an area for hanging your threads, naturally.


There is a Keurig automatic coffee maker inside the lower cabinet to the left of the stove. Plug it in and pop in a pod from the food pantry cabinet over the stove. Next, fill up your mug or cup with Drinking Water, and add it to the reservoir on top of the machine, then hit the power button to turn it ON. Once ON, hit the “Play” looking button to heat the water. It’ll take a minute to heat up, but the coffee should start pouring out after a short wait.

Recap: Plug in, place pod, add water, press on, press play.

Feeling spoiled and want someone to make your coffee for you? Try La Colombe, Goddess & Grocer, or Fox Trot (all about a 3 minute walk), or visit the cafes at any of the nearby 5 star hotels.

Dining Table & Chairs

Correct, the Mid Century Modern dining table has only one leg. Sorry, we’re homeschooled. The secondary dining chair is in the bedroom, just bring it in for dining for two. Fun fact about the chairs, these are movie set replicas of the famed debate chairs used during the John F. Kennedy & Richard Nixon presidential debates.


It’s a Bosch, and we haven’t quite figured it all out. Have a bottle of wine, press some buttons and pray for the best, we’re sure it will work out just fine. If you want to nerd our about it, this tutorial may help. Soap is under the kitchen sink.

Drinking Water

There is an on demand reverse osmosis water filtration system under the kitchen sink. To dispense super clean drinking water, use the drinking water dispenser to the right of the main kitchen faucet. There is also a cold gallon of reverse osmosis drinking water inside the fridge. If you want to get your bubbly water game going with some sparking water, see Sparkling Water Machine.

First Aid Kit

Yikes! It’s inside the cabinet over the refrigerator.


Careful! It’s inside the cabinet over the refrigerator.

Garbage & Recycling

You will find some paper bags from Whole Foods folded up neatly in the lower cabinet to the left of the stove, behind the coffeemaker. They work well for garbage and recycling. You can set them at the back of the kitchen wall, under the narrow counter below the Bar. For bathroom garbage, you can find a tiny narrow gold tubular Bath Garbage bin inside the lower bathroom vanity cabinet.

The exterior garbage and recycling bins for the building are in the alley. If the garbage starts to pile up, just take the back door of the building at the laundry room (see Laundry) to access (but be careful not to lock yourself out – i.e. use the brick).

Groceries, Drugs & Sundries

Please feel free to go full on raccoon mode, and nibble and munch away at anything you find in the fridge or pantry. Otherwise, you have many grocery shopping options at Whole Foods, Fox Trot, Goddess & Grocer, etc., all within 5-10 minute walk of the chateau. A Grocery Cart can be found the Storage area over the bedroom door. There is a Walgreens drug store a short 6 minute walk from the chateau. There is also a cannabis dispensary called Verilife on Superior Street, a 16 minute walk from the chateau.


We know, we know. Chicago is supposed to be violent, there is supposed to be a lot of crime and guns and drugs and thugs. Not to worry, you will not need a gun in this neighborhood. Did you know that Chicago is ranked way down at No. 31 on the list of most violent cities in the US, far behind cities in New York and California? Did you know it has been voted Best Big City in the US for six consecutive years in a row by the prestigious media conglomerate Conde Naste? You won’t need a gun, and there are police vehicles parked on just about every corner around here in case you want to gift them some well earned donuts and coffee.


Yes, Chicago can get wicked cold. The radiators will kick on once the outside temperature drops to a solid chill and it will warm the place up nicely. Too hot? Try opening the windows to let some of that arctic winter wind inside. Too cold? There is a portable space heater in the Dungeon Storage. Just ask.


We have two WiFi networks (“admin” and “fish”). Need the password? Just ask.


No keys required for access to the building main door, nor the unit door. Just use the access code for the front door at the street, and you will have about 15 seconds to get through both security doors to enter the Lobby. Same for the unit door. Need the codes? Just ask.


There is an Apple MacBook Pro laptop in the bottom drawer of the bedroom nightstand and should already be charging. Power button is at the top right of the keyboard. Just detach the cord, and replace and recharge after your internet fix.


There is coin operated laundry facility at the lower level of the building. The building seems to be mostly full of college students and young professionals, so no one is really seen doing laundry and the facility is usually empty. There is a laundry basket in the bedroom closet, and the soap and quarter rolls are in a blue Chinese takeout bag overhead in the bedroom closet. Just take the elevator down to level B, then go left out the door, and another left through the door into the laundry.

Motion Lights

There are rechargable motion lights in the kitchen, under the cabinets and inside the Bar cabinet. If they stop working, you can remove them (magnetically attached) and charge them in the corner to the left of the dining table. The charging cords are in the green vase in the Bay Window.


There is an orange Apple Pod device to the left of the Dining Table that works with Siri to play music from your iPhone, otherwise you can probably  just connect via regular bluetooth. If you have an iPhone, it has probably already connected, just say “Hey Siri, Play All Day by Kanye West”, or something similar.

Random Stuff

Random stuff can be found the cabinet over the refrigerator, including Covid Tests, a deck of Uno cards, duct tape, (4) AA batteries w/charger, a short extension cord, Robot Vacuum filters, flashlight, a mini tool kit, screws and extra hotel sized shampoo, body wash, conditioner, and lotion.

Robot Vacuum

There is a Robot Vacuum under the sofa, and the remote is in the utensils drawer to the left of the stove. You can leave it running and it will return to its charger automatically, just pick up your socks and cords, and clear the curtains in bedroom from the floor.


Feel free to bang it out on the hundred year old Mohagany Grand Piano in the Lobby at any time, all hours, preferably tipsy. The neighbors will surely love it ( after all, the bronze plaque does read “PLEASE PLAY ME”, so have fun).


Rainy day? Too hot or cold outside? If you want to veg out indoors and make it a movie night, you can use the projector in the bottom drawer of the bedroom nightstand. The projector is about the size of a can of beer, and has a Firestick TV and all associated cords which can be found inside of a clear plastic storage case. The remote will allow you to tweak the screen to fit any wall. The bedroom wall is ideal, but you’ll need to remove the round mirror. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Youtube, blah blah, you get the idea. Basically plug it in, and aim it at the wall, then do a shadow puppet show.


Weed only please XD. 420.

Sparking Water Machine

There is a sparkling bubbly water machine under the kitchen sink. The one liter bottle it works with is located in the cabinets over the microwave. Fill the bottle with your cold filtered water from the fridge (or from the dispenser), and insert the bottle into the nozzle. Tilt the bottom in to lock the bottle in place, then press and release the top button a few times. Feel free to add (optional) spirits from the Bar, and/or cubed party ice from the freezer. Cheers.

Standing Lamp & Fans

There is a floor button on the Living Room Standing Lamp to turn it ON and OFF at the right rear of the sofa. The ceiling fans operate from the switches on the walls, but you can pull the cord on the fan to disable the light, and just run the fans with the wall switch.

Step Ladders

There is a Mini Step Ladder behind the sofa, and a Big Step Ladder in the Storage space (see Storage).


Want to get your big clunking empty suitcases out of your face and off the floor? You can throw them into the overhead Storage, just over the bedroom door. You’ll also find a green Grocery Cart to haul your groceries, and Big Step Ladder in there, in case you need to reach something high up. Too short to reach the Big Step Ladder? LMAO, okay. Use the Mini Step Ladder behind the sofa to reach the Big Step Ladder, then you can use it to reach the Storage space. There you go shorty.


The place is a bit charming without a one eyed monster big screen big brother tv pumping commercials into your subconscious mind all day, but if you would like to get your Netflix and Chill on, you can use the laptop (see Laptop), or the projector (see Projector).


Need to toast your bread, crisp up your leftovers, or rebake that Chicago Deep Dish pizza? Use the oven and just add some tin foil underneath to catch the crumbs. Works like a charm.


Need to MacGuyver something up? You can find a little red Tool Box inside the Storage Chest to the left of the sofa.

Windows Blinds

The window blinds in the living room and kitchen open from the top down and the bottom up to allow for light, or privacy, or both. Too short to reach the top? Use the little Pole Stick thingy at the bottom of each window to hook the top of the blinds and pull them up or down.




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