The Art Institute Chicago, our neighbor and Tripadvisor’s top rated museum in the world (4 years running), was founded in 1879 and moved into its current location in 1893 after the World’s Columbian Exhibition.
Created with an eye toward the Association’s historical mix of commerce and athleticism, our third-floor suite of three board rooms offer elegantly appointed professional settings for meetings, breakouts and presentations.
The rooms are affectionately named in honor of the three players to whom the Chicago Cubs owe their back-to-back 1907-08 World Series titles. Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers and Frank Chance maintained their winning double-play combination for an entire decade, and like the hotel itself, still live on in Chicago lore. Fittingly, these rooms may be reserved individually, or for devastating effect as a roster of three.