Located on famed Restaurant Row, the newest Nobu Hotel is ideally situated in the vibrant area of Chicago's west loop and delivers the same unmatched luxury while harnessing the essence of the Midwest city. The new building seamlessly blends modern sophistication with old world Japanese art and features 115 guest rooms and suites, a state-of-the-art fitness center with Technogym® equipment and rejuvenating spa facility, and a convenient indoor swimming pool.
The hotel will play host to a 3,245 square feet of multi-use suite space available for private social functions and corporate events. True culinary immersion is evident with a 10,000 sq. ft. ground floor Nobu restaurant and ‘Nobu on the Roof’ complete with elegant indoor and outdoor bar space looking out onto Randolph Street's "Restaurant Row."
Nobu Hotel Chicago will be an urban oasis where guests can escape, relax, explore, and enjoy all the city has to offer – set to open in 2019.
115 Guest rooms and suites
Guest rooms: 375 - 421 f² / 35 - 42 m²
Suites: 544 - 1,591 f² / 51 - 148 m²
Bathtubs/soaking tubs and walk-in showers
Nespresso machine and traditional Japanese tea service
Mobile check-in available
Indoor swimming pool
Exclusive Nobu beds
60-inch Smart TV
In-room dining by Nobu Restaurant
Natura Bisse bath amenities / Red Flower amenities in suites
Preferred seating at Nobu Restaurant
Nightly turndown service
Butler service available upon request
2,800 square feet of spa
State-of-the-art fitness center - 830 square feet
Fitness equipment - Technogym
MEETINGS & EVENTS
3,245 square feet of meeting and event space located on the 10th floor
Private dining rooms in Nobu Restaurant
In the center of Chicago’s West Loop Neighborhood and famed “Restaurant Row,” Nobu Hotel Chicago has an ideal location in the center of the city’s energy and flavor. The selection of attractions within these few blocks is astounding. Guests can go from sushi bar to sports bar, bakery to brewery, wine tasting to taquería, butcher shop to champagne salon, late-night diner to futuristic cocktail lounge — all within walking distance. Specialty foods galore also abound at the nearby Chicago French Market, the city’s only year-round, indoor marketplace. Interspersed among the West Loop luxe lofts and the chic retail boutiques are galleries, design stores and antique sources that give the area its creative-edginess.