$300 per night

Room2 guests
Chicago, Illinois
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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.

Modern home with Living Room, Table Lighting, Concrete Floor, Pendant Lighting, End Tables, Bar, Lamps, Bench, and Chair. Photo  of The Robey
Modern home with Living Room, End Tables, Light Hardwood Floor, Sofa, and Table Lighting. Photo 2 of The Robey
Modern home with Bedroom, Bench, Recessed Lighting, and Bed. Photo 3 of The Robey
Modern home with Bath Room, Wall Lighting, Pedestal Sink, and Dark Hardwood Floor. Photo 4 of The Robey
Modern home with Bedroom, Medium Hardwood Floor, Table Lighting, Bed, Ceiling Lighting, and Chair. Photo 5 of The Robey
Modern home with Office, Desk, Lamps, and Chair. Photo 6 of The Robey
Modern home with Dining Room, Table, Wall Lighting, Medium Hardwood Floor, Bench, and Chair. Photo 7 of The Robey
Modern home with Exterior. Photo 8 of The Robey


Posted By
  • Perkins, Chatten, & Hammond
  • Nicolas Schuybroek Architects
Interior Design
  • Marc Merckx Interiors
  • The Robey


  • Hotel
  • Style
  • Industrial
  • Year
  • 1929