• 89,000 SF
  • 17 stories
  • 143 guestrooms
  • National Register/Chicago Landmark
  • LEED Certified

Considered one of Chicago’s finest Art Deco skyscrapers, the Chicago Motor Club building was transformed from office use into a select-service hotel. Designed by Holabird and Root in 1928, its three-story lobby features exquisite examples of silver-gilded Deco trim, period fixtures, and a 29-foot-wide mural of popular road destinations by artist John Warner Norton. The building is a Chicago Landmark and listed on the National Register.

Branded as a Hampton Inn property, the hotel includes 143 keys and a restored Grand Lobby with seating and dining spaces. The exterior restoration required repairing and restoring the terra cotta, stone panels, stone facade, limestone balconettes.

J. Timothy Anderson Award for Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation, National Housing & Rehabilitation Association

Emerald Award – Building Innovation, USGBC-Illinois

Joseph Loundy Preservation Award, Chicago Art Deco Society