The Oak Room is a wonderful display of Chicago’s historic architecture with clear views to the North and West over Chicago from the 66th floor of the Willis Tower. This versatile space offers 3325 square feet and a private bar and restrooms, making this space perfect for large conferences, receptions, dinners and weddings.
Located on the 66th Floor, the Chicago Room consists of four separate rooms combined into one: Superior, Michigan, Ohio and Erie. This room offers gorgeous views of the North, South and West over Chicago. Its unique L-shape makes it great for cocktail hours, dinners and meetings. This space offers full service audiovisual and provides an elegant ambiance for your events.
The Ontario Room will provide you and your guests with perfect views of the historic Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium and the Field Museum of Natural History. In addition, the West wall honors Chicago’s business legacy with historic photos from Marshall Field & Co, Sears, and Chicago’s Stock Yard.
As the name suggests, the East room has spectacular panoramic view of Lake Michigan, as well as, the North and South of Chicago. The East Room will take your breath away with all the sites of all Chicago and its famous landmarks. Compatible for a bar, buffet or both! The East room is a beloved spot for company gatherings and weddings.
Illinois Rooms I - III
With views of the West & South, Illinois Rooms I-III are great for any occasion. Consisting of three separate rooms, the Illinois Rooms can be used on their own or all together providing a capacity of 8-32 people. This room is ideal for any presentation, meeting or sit-down dinner.
The Metropolitan Club has three touchdown rooms for members to use that can also be used for private events. The LaSalle, Wacker, and Scoville rooms are named after iconic streets in Chicago. These rooms can seat between 6-10 people.
One of our two Power Board Rooms, the Dearborn room offers beautiful views of the East. Our modern conference table seats 12-14 and has plug and play capabilities for 70” Plasma. It’s perfect for any videoconference or teleconference needs with 3 microphones built into the table and audio delivered through Room Speakers. This room also celebrates Chicago’s relationship with Lake Michigan. Along the West wall are numerous photos of Lake Michigan and natives of Chicago boating from the early 1900s and the World Columbian Exposition held in Chicago in 1893.
Similar to the Dearborn Room, the Jackson room comes with a conference table seating 12-14 and has plug and play capabilities for 70” Plasma. Ideal for teleconference needs with 3 microphones built into the table and audio delivered through Room Speakers. The Jackson room offers views to the West and honors Chicago sports with photographs from the 1800’s & 1900s.