I have stayed at the Union League three or four times now over the last two years and enjoy it more and more each time.
This 23-story private clubhouse has 180 suites and guestrooms, three restaurants, two bars, various ballrooms, private meeting rooms, amazing food, and a world-class art collection. The health club is free to use and fills five floors of the building. It includes a pool, steam, sauna, free weights, cardio workout, and just about whatever else you can think of.
The staff is very professional and very attentive.
The business center is first-rate. It includes private offices and open carrels. The library is exactly what you'd expect one to be like in a private club.
The location is in the heart of downtown, so it's convenient to the theater district, Millennium Park, shopping, the lakefront, and plenty of restaurants.
This isn't a "trendy" place by any stretch of the imagination, and I wouldn't come here with a family of teenagers, but it's great for adults and small children.
NOTE: The Union League does have a business casual dress code (no jeans, gym shoes, or t-shirts, unless you're going directly from your room to outside the clubhouse or vice versa).
- Also Known As:
- Union League Club Hotel Chicago
- Union League Hotel
- Union League Chicago