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Coming in April 2018

Authentic neighborhood style — in the heart of Wrigleyville.


  • The Hotel
  • The Neighborhood
  • The Spark

Authentic neighborhood style

Hotel Zachary is Chicago's most distinctive boutique hotel. An authentic neighborhood experience nestled just across the street from historic Wrigley Field, Hotel Zachary combines a vibrant, modern aesthetic and rich, classic elements with a unique neighborhood character that can't be found anywhere else in Chicago.

Inspired by the designs of world-renowned Wrigley Field architect and Chicagoan, Zachary Taylor Davis, this is where history and style come together. From the thoughtful amenities and artistic touches in every guest room to locally-infused dining and signature cocktails, Hotel Zachary is poised to deliver a memorable guest experience, whether you're a baseball fan, curious traveler or local in-the-know.

Hotel Zachary

An authentic city experience, wrapped in an iconic neighborhood

Hotel Zachary is nestled just across the street from historic Wrigley Field, in an iconic city neighborhood, yet just minutes from Lake Michigan's beautiful coastline and a quick ride to downtown.

Whether it's the ultimate baseball fan experience, a sunny afternoon hitting celebrated neighborhood spots or a night of live music in Chicago's hottest venues, Hotel Zachary guests live like locals. And with Chicago's self-appointed status as "the friendliest big city in the world," our locals are always more than happy to share their city knowledge — from windy city traditions to hidden gems.

Zachary Taylor Davis

Named after an architectural legend

Hotel Zachary found its inspiration in Zachary Taylor Davis, one of Chicago's most significant architects, and the visionary behind Wrigley Field. Considered to be the Frank Lloyd Wright of baseball architects, Davis looked beyond the conventional wisdom of the time and in 1914 laid out a bold, original vision of a ballpark that has still never been duplicated. Wrigley Field, once known as Weeghman Park, has become a "baseball cathedral" that, to this day, is still considered the most iconic ballpark in baseball — and one of the greatest venues in all of sports.

Davis was born in Aurora, Illinois, studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and, together with his wife Alma, raised their children in Chicago's Kenwood neighborhood.



Open, inviting spaces

The overall design is a thoughtful blend of classic and contemporary elements that create a carefully balanced aesthetic. Elevated and attentive design begins in the intimately spacious lobby and continues throughout the public spaces, communal tables, vibrant outdoor patios and private dining spaces.

Hotel Zachary offers a welcoming gathering place for travelers and locals to unplug, unwind and connect.



Dwellings with a touch of home

Hotel Zachary's authentic experience extends into thoughtfully-appointed guest rooms and suites. Each room design is infused with subtle nods to Wrigley Field architecture, baseball history, the city and its neighborhoods. Further inspiration was drawn from architectural and design elements unique to iconic Wrigley Field and the surrounding Lakeview neighborhood.

Carefully selected furnishings, finishes and artwork create a warm sense of home.



Live like a local

Hotel Zachary's accommodations don't begin or end at the front door. Step out into the neighborhood and you'll feel the warmth of genuine Chicago smiles everywhere you go. Enjoy a bike ride along the lakefront, shopping in the unique nearby boutiques or a live show at one of Chicago's iconic music venues. The north side neighborhoods are bursting with amenities that complete the experience.

Bottle Opener

Eat & Drink

The team of all-star Chicago chefs have earned countless awards from James Beard, Michelin and Bib Gourmand, making Hotel Zachary a world-class restaurant destination. Yet the wide range of inspired cuisine, from five-star dining to street tacos and tequila, make it a place for all.

Brickhouse Tavern

Located next door to historic Wrigley Field at the Park at Wrigley, the Budweiser Brickhouse Tavern offers an elevated dining experience with four expansive bars, two outdoor terraces and stunning views of historic Wrigley Field and the Chicago skyline.


A beacon for spirit aficionados, Mordecai will offer a new destination for both discerning drinkers and casual cocktail fans. Guests can enjoy limited edition pours and classic drinks, ideal for gameday celebrations or cocktail-fueled evenings. A full menu will serve refined, American-inspired bar fare and grilled entrees.

Lucky Dorr Patio & Tap

Unique in its compact size and craft, Lucky Dorr Patio & Tap is a fun and intimate place to gather with old & new friends.

Big Star

Tacos. Whiskey. Honky Tonk.

Smoke Daddy

Known for its smoked meats and live music, the barbecue restaurant draws heavily from Kansas City barbecue, with its vinegar-based, hint-of-celery-seed sauce. Like its flagship location, the new Smoke Daddy will also have live music every day.

West Town Bakery

Always local and sustainable ingredients. West Town strives to use as many local and all natural ingredients as possible, down to the flour, butter, eggs, nuts, chocolate, milk, fruits, vegetables, oils—everything. And they source ingredients from companies, vendors and farmers who share their commitment.

New Concept Coming Soon

Rooftop Opening 2019


Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams is absolutely devoted to making better ice creams and bringing people together.

Starbucks Reserve

The complete commitment to the immersive experience of coffee craft and the ongoing pursuit of the world's rarest small-lot coffees.

Feather Pen

Meetings & Events

A space for any type of gathering

Host a private event in Hotel Zachary's beautiful Alma Room. Schedule a conference or reception in the state-of-the-art American Airlines Conference Center. Every one of your guests can enjoy outdoor yoga, farmers markets, movies, music and more at The Park at Wrigley — the north side's new town square. Baseball at Wrigley Field is just the beginning.

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