Ace Hotel is proud to make a home in Chicago’s West Loop, Fulton Market. Erected at the turn of the 20th century, this proud, industrial building was once home to an Italian-American cheesemaking company. We’re excited to continue the conversation, honoring the city’s heritage and spirit of ingenuity and creating a space the community can call theirs.
We’re a few blocks from the Morgan-Lake L station and within walking distance to much of Chicago’s best dining – in a city that boasts some of the most innovative kitchens and inspired menus in the world. The thriving art, design and food culture of the West Loop, as well as the narrative of ingenuity that underlies the city as a whole, has inspired Ace Hotel Chicago’s ethos – to treat everything as an experiment, to never stop learning or making and to keep our minds and hearts wide open.
With our long-time friends from the Los Angeles-based collective Commune Design, we’ve actualized the vision of Ace Hotel Chicago, pulling cues from the city’s design heroes Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Bertrand Goldberg, Frank Lloyd Wright and Walter Netsch. Commune and Ace are working collaboratively with a host of local and regional students, artists, designers and retailers to create a place that celebrates the nature of the city.
Ace Hotel Chicago will contribute to the culinary landscape of the city with an inventive full-service restaurant and rooftop terrace & bar – collaborations with a soon-to-be-announced partner. We’ll also offer a cafe by the connoisseurs at Stumptown Coffee Roasters, the Portland-based company’s first outpost in the Midwest.
Ace Hotel Chicago is the newest member of our family joining Seattle, Portland, New York, Palm Springs, Downtown LA, London, Pittsburgh and New Orleans.