Travel Guide: Where to Stay in Chicago

September 6, 2017







The Robey's charm not only lies within its window-lined rooms, cozy reading nooks and impeccably designed lounge, but also in the details preserved from the building's original stance in 1929. Formerly known as the North West Tower, the building has been renovated with a new perspective, while preserving its renowned past. Stunning Art Deco details impress the eye upon entering the lobby, where the original dark green marble and brass remain. 

The hotel's 180-degree views make the rooftop the perfect place to enjoy an evening cocktail, alongside the glittering Chicago skyline. On the second floor lobby (open to the public), one will find an urban-cool oasis - an ideal spot for sipping an espresso, plugging in, or meeting friends for a drink.

The Robey's allure is not limited to its interior, but also the surrounding Wicker Park and Bucktown neighborhoods. The area's restaurants and shops are thriving with an arts and culture-centric community, all beneath the historic steel girders of the city's L train. 






A special thank you to Mr & Mrs Smith for being my go-to resource for finding such special hotels. 



































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