The Robey Chicago
  • Perched high above the big intersection of Damen, Milwaukee and North Avenues in an Art Deco masterpiece formerly known as the Northwest Tower—stretching 203-feet tall and the only skyscraper for miles—The Robey captures the storied spirit of Chicago: a bustling, ever-changing, big-shouldered town. Taking its name from Robey Street – the north-south artery that would become Damen Avenue - it was our objective from the start to honor this skyscraper’s renowned past while bringing a fresh, new perspective to our 89 room hotel. Originally designed as an office building in 1929 by the firm of Perkins, Chatten, & Hammond, each of the hotel's rooms, lobby and roof spaces were transformed by Belgian design duo Nicolas Schuybroek Architects and Marc Merckx Interiors.
    General Facility Details
    • Bar/Lounge:
    • Restaurant(s) On-site:
    • Number of Restaurants On-site: 2
    • Valet Parking Available:
    Location Information
    • Miles from McCormick Place: 6.5
    • Miles from Midway Airport: 27
    • Miles from O'Hare Airport: 14
    General Amenities/Information
    • Total Number of Guest Rooms: 69
    • Number of Sleeping Rooms: 68
    • Number of Suites: 1
    • Number of ADA-Compliant Rooms: 4
    • Exercise Facility: Off-site
    • Outdoor Pool:
    • In-Room Hair Dryer:
    • In-room Mini Bar:
    • In-room Safe:
    • In-Room Wi-Fi Availability: Complimentary
    • Laundry:
    • Room Service: