St. Jane Chicago

Located in the landmark Carbide and Carbon building, St. Jane is a common ground for the uncommon embracing the arts and culture that define Chicago. This is no ordinary place, this is an extraordinary experience.

The hotel rises 38 floors including the main building and The Tower at St. Jane, a boutique luxury hotel above St. Jane, which will have 33 premium rooms and suites and a 24th floor indoor and outdoor bar, The Nobel. The hotel will also be home to Free Rein, a contemporary American brasserie led by Michelin-starred chef Aaron Lirette. With a desirable location on the bustling Michigan Ave in the heart of the city, the hotel will offer sweeping views of the Chicago skyline, the Chicago River and Lake Michigan just steps from some of the city’s top attractions and shopping.

The St. Jane name pays homage to prominent Chicagoan and the first American woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize, Jane Addams, whose life work was dedicated to creating a community in Chicago. With philanthropy at the forefront of St. Jane’s mission, the hotel will partner with local organizations that offer solutions and support for important initiatives across the city such as homelessness and poverty, by providing training programs, employment, donations and more. 

Known for creating hotels that embrace the local culture and history, Aparium Hotel Group will partner with key Chicago businesses to provide guests with an authentic, localized experience. St. Jane will commemorate the unique and uncommon, the curators and collaborators and is designed to bring people together at a common ground.

St. Jane Chicago

  • Mon-Fri Closed
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed


  • Business Center
  • Fitness Center
  • Free In-Room Wi-Fi
  • Laundry Service
  • Parking Available
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wi-Fi Available
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