Ace Hotel Chicago lives in a stoic, industrial concrete and glass building in the West Loop, once home to an Italian-American cheesemaking company and, before that, a pair of mysterious brothers. We're walking distance to the Morgan Lake L Station and some of the best food in the city. You can throw a coin and hit Google (we don't recommend it, they've got cameras) and what once was Oprah Winfrey's HQ.
We're excited to throw down roots in the Most Forward-Thinking City there is, and now, in the midst of a cultural renaissance. The vision for the hotel is inspired by the ever-evolving design history of the city and the heroes that emerged from it, as well as the idea that we'd hand over our public spaces to the city they were built for. We have guest rooms with skyline views, event spaces big and small, a really great restaurant called City Mouse, a rooftop bar named Waydown and a café by Stumptown Coffee Roasters - their first outpost in the Midwest.