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In Chicago, The Robey hotel fuses 20th-century architecture with contemporary design.

Located in a historic art deco tower more commonly known as the Coyote Building, The Robey hotel is a subtle romanticization of past-century Chicago, albeit through a modern interpretation of interior design.

The Robey houses 69 rooms with wide windows that allow natural light to flood through the space. Completed as an office building in 1929 by architects Perkins, Chatten and Hammond, the hotel was subsequently redesigned in 2016 by Nicolas Schuybroek Architects and Marc Merckx Interiors, in keeping with the building’s much-loved 1920s-style exterior.

The Robey
2018 W North Avenue
Chicago, IL 60647
United States

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