“The 1929-vintage Carbide and Carbon Building newly houses the 364-room St. Jane hotel in the Loop. Named for the pioneering social worker Jane Addams, the hotel plans to donate 1.1 percent of hotel revenue to a local charity. Guests will find local brands in the minibar and a destination all-day American brasserie, Free Rein, on the ground floor.”
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St Jane Hotel is a classic four-star hotel that is just a four-minute walk from Millennium station and an eight-minute walk from the iconic Cloud Gate sculpture. The hotel welcomes its guests with welcome gifts and has large airy 332 rooms that provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, local art and marble bathrooms, custom-made furniture, safes, minibars, and Nespresso machines. The suites in the hotel have separate living areas.
The St Jane Hotel is designed by architecture and design firm Booth Hansen to highlight the interior character of the heritage building’s several Art Deco elements and it has attractive decors such as blackened wall coverings, undulating crystal chandeliers, herringboned stone floors, among others that provide the space with a look and feel of art meeting functionality, classic meeting contemporary.
St Jane Hotel provides its guests with a classy lobby lounge area, complimentary access to a gym, and its fine dining restaurant offers a delicious breakfast. The hotel as a private rooftop bar with extraordinary views of the city’s skyline and it has Bluetooth speakers and soaking tubs to relax its guests.
St Jane Hotel also has an exclusive Tower Rooms and Suites that is situated in the gold leaf top floors of the hotel, and it provides guests with an extraordinary experience with an extra 33 premium suites and access to a rooftop lounge. The Tower Rooms and Suites have a devoted concierge staff, which leaves no stone unturned to ensure the comfort of the guests. The Tower Rooms and Suites provide unparalleled glances of Chicago and have custom-made premium amenities.