St. Jane Hotel, The Iconic Chicago Loop Hotel, Giving Back to Families
As part of its mission, St. Jane Hotel, is committed to being an active force for good in the Chicago Loop community. One of these initiatives is giving back to those who need it most. By partnering with the Jackson Chance Foundation, St. Jane can be an overwhelming force for good in the lives of critically ill children. To do so, St. Jane has committed to donating a portion of all it’s revenue to the Jackson Chance Foundation. These donation dollars go directly to families struggling in the NICU to care for their loved ones.
Chicago Loop Hotel Helps Critically Ill Children
Towering over Michigan avenue, enmeshed in gold and dripping with style that reminds one of The Great Gatsby, the Carbide and Carbon building is now home to the St. Jane Hotel. The Art Deco building is admired the world over for it’s attention to detail, intricate masonry work and gold tower. Designed in the shape of a Champagne bottle and symbolizing the decadence of prohibition era Chicago, this Michigan Avenue marvel is a site to behold.
Named after Jane Addams, the tireless Chicago activist and reformer, it’s the hotel’s goal to keep her legacy of social consciousness alive and well through positive community action.
When you stay at St. Jane you’re actively supporting critically ill children in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
This Chicago Loop hotel is more than just a place to stay. It’s luxury with a conscience. It’s St. Jane.