Mexican trendsetters Grupo Habita bring their brand of cool, high-design interiors to a timeless Art Deco building in the heart of the Windy City’s trendy district. Uniting the bustling, ever-changing, big-shouldered vibe of Chicago with world-class design, dining, and drinks, it’s the perfect fuss-free place to call home whether it’s your first or fifteenth visit.
Grab a monochrome Panorama Suite at the triangular building’s point and you’ll understand why this place is special. The room’s wrap-around view of downtown Chicago from Wicker Park is enough to make The Robey a knockout, but it’s the well-balanced melange of contemporary industrial style and classic Art Deco elements that really grabs you. The mid-century modern touches from Belgian designers Nicolas Schuybroek Architects and Marc Merckx Interiors are matched with nods to the 1929 building’s original style, like marble wall panels.
If you’re ready to emerge from your carefully crafted room and explore The Robey’s offerings, you’re in for a treat. In the colder months, The Up Room welcomes you with low-slung couches and floor-to-ceiling windows for toasty views of the iconic skyline. In summer, the panoramic rooftop Cabana Club is a lush see-and-be-seen spot for both visitors and locals alike. If you’re looking for something a little more relaxed, The Lounge offers both coffee and cocktails for chats with friends or an energetic working space. Right below, the stylish Cafe Robey is the place to be for people watching and a seasonal New-American bite.
At the crossroads between Wicker Park and Bucktown, The Robey proudly sits in Chicago’s hipster haven. Here you’ll find all the modern conveniences you need, from friendly yoga studios to sleek cafes, plus endless opportunities to explore the city’s past. Iconic tree-lined Victorian homes live alongside record stores paying homage to hometown heroes like Curtis Mayfield and Sam Cooke in this eccentric neighborhood. Make sure to visit The Violet Hour, the city’s coolest, sultry speakeasy where the bartenders will craft a drink just for you.
When you’re ready to hit downtown Chicago, the nearby Damen subway station will get you where you need to go. We recommend visiting equally hip West Loop for an array of the city’s best rising chefs. Vegetarians and carnivores alike flock to Bad Hunter for the unmatched grilled veggies while The Publican harks back to the German traditions of the city in this beer hall-style restaurant serving up pork every way.
The Fine Print
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