The Robey delivers something to the northwest side—high design and unique amenities.
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. 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.
Each of our 69 Tower Rooms offers a front-row seat to the area’s eclectic energy. Plus, our home in the former Northwest Tower’s unique triangular footprint means every room gets a healthy dose of sunlight – the perfect complement to the warmth of hardwood floors. The 20 Annex Lofts invite guests to enjoy a uniquely urban warehouse conversion, offering three flexible multiple bed configurations. The century old annex building allows to create modern rooms with original exposed surfaces, polished concrete floors, and 10 ft ceilings.
With 180-degree views of the city skyline, including tree-lined streets and the steel girders of L train stops, welcome you to experience Chicago in a completely new context: where today’s design meets yesterday’s daring, with a little something always happening at night.
The neighborhood café at Robey serves up Chef Kevin McAllister’s seasonal comfort food – against the backdrop of Wicker Park and Bucktown’s bustling six-corner intersection. Enjoy brunch and dinner every day of the week. With the open kitchen and double height ceilings, every seat in Café Robey gives way to the streetscape of Milwaukee and North Avenues.
2018 W. North Avenue Chicago Illinois United States 60647