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The Robey

2018 W North Avenue
Chicago, IL 60647

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Hotel Description:

The Robey is a member of Design Hotels - Each of our 69 rooms offer views of the Chicago skyline -luxurious Le Labo bath amenities -comfy thread count sheets -cozy denim robes sound system with bluetooth capability -and the warmth of hardwood floors - The rooms at The Robey have been meticulously designed to fit within the historic structure by Belgian design team of Nicolas Schuybroek Architects and Marc Merckx Interiors

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM
Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  13
Number of rooms:  69
Number of suites:  10

Restaurants:

CAFE ROBEY: Full service restaurant and bar located on main floor - Bustling city views
CAFE ROBEY LOUNGE: Located on 2nd floor of hotel - Perfect to enjoy well-crafted cocktail or quick snack overlooking the city
UPFORIT: Rooftop bar and lounge offering 180 degree Chicago skyline views - Cocktails or lite snacks

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Location Description:
The Robey is located at the intersection where Chicagos historic Wicker Park neighborhood and Bucktown neighborhood come together - The hotel is directly adjacent to the Chicago Transit Authoritys Damen Avenue Blue Line Station that connects Chicago OHare International Airport with downtown Chicago - Wicker Park and Bucktown have long been known as Chicagos creative hub full of energy and economic and ethnic diversity

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