LondonHouse Chicago Meetings & Events Opening Spring 2016February 15th, 2016 | hereschicago
LONDONHOUSE CHICAGO MEETINGS & EVENTS
LondonHouse Chicago offers 13 unique spaces for meetings and events — large and small. From our spectacular third floor grand ballroom with sweeping river views, to our various meeting rooms for seminars and break out sessions, to our one and only top level Cupola, all of LondonHouse Chicago’s venues provide the ideal location
for your needs.
North Michigan Avenue & Wacker Drive location
North Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive is renowned as the place where the Magnificent and Cultural Miles begin; in Chicago, it starts here. Here too, LondonHouse Chicago, a luxury lifestyle hotel, welcomes guests beginning Spring 2016. At LondonHouse Chicago, we’ve combined classic and contemporary architecture, modern design, sweeping vistas, distinctive history, unique amenities and luxury service with a landmark location to create a new icon in Chicago hospitality.
LondonHouse Chicago Rooftop
Guests will enjoy cocktails at Bridges Bar, overlooking the drawbridges of the famed Chicago river. LH, a tri-level rooftop bar, offers a unique indoor and outdoor dining experience, reimagined American cuisine and a variety of specialty drinks. Our health and wellness floor has state-of-the-art fitness equipment and a full service spa, offering relaxing massage and therapeutic treatments, as well as manicure and pedicure services.
LondonHouse also provides an array of unique options for catered meetings and events
Offerings include the stunning Juliette grand ballroom with floor to ceiling windows along the river, Étoile, our 21st floor private dining room with an open-air terrace and remarkable river views, as well as a variety of other flexible spaces for events large and small. With 452 beautifully appointed and graciously sized guest rooms and suites, 25,000 square feet of catering, social, and event space with stunning skyline views from virtually every window, LondonHouse Chicago stands proud, ready to welcome guests to the spot where Ft. Dearborn once stood, the spot where Chicago began.