With the opening of the St. Jane Chicago’s primo 32-room Tower, Chicago’s hottest new boutique hotel just got even more over-the-top luxe.
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With first-rate amenities and an unbeatable Michigan Avenue location, splendor is practically the St. Jane hotel’s middle name, and its recently debuted Tower—a hotel within a hotel with 32 bespoke rooms and suites —ups the ante. “It’s a showstopper,” enthuses Director of Sales and Marketing Emily Cornelious of the Tower’s top-of-the-line service and design, which extends from VIP check-in to the posh suite of rooms on floors 24 to 36 of the Carbide & Carbon Building.
The elevated experience begins even prior to arrival, when a dedicated ambassador reaches out to determine each guest’s preferences. Guests may head straight to their room; lines are not part of the equation here. And during your stay, a “personal curator” will happily walk your dogs, make dinner reservations and take care of other errands.
The rooms, designed by Simeone Deary Design Group, are likewise a cut above. Ranging in size from 500-square-foot studios to a 1,400-square-foot two-bedroom presidential-style suite, they sport parquet wood flooring, stunning designer lighting and black painted walls that frame the unmatched views like eyeliner. “There’s such a wow factor,” Cornelious says. “It has a residential feeling.”
In addition to perks like a customized private bar and complimentary shoe shine service, guests at the Tower have exclusive access to The Nobel, a rooftop bar and lounge offering craft cocktails and light fare. Like the landmark building in which the hotel is located, a Champagne bottle inspired The Nobel’s sexy curves and glimmering surfaces. Outside, there is a gorgeous outdoor terrace overlooking Michigan Avenue. “It’s a luxurious yet intimate bar experience with fabulous views of the city,” sums up Cornelious. “We’ve created a truly exclusive experience for our guests.” Tower rooms from $449 per night, 230 N. Michigan Ave., 312.345.1000