3rd Floor Venues
With True Waldorf Service at every turn and a dedicated team at your fingertips, the Waldorf Astoria Chicago is the perfect setting for unforgettable meetings and events in Chicago's Gold Coast. Discover charming venues influenced by literary icons, Parisian style and 1920s design. Our event spaces offer opulent furnishings and bold artwork alongside modern business amenities.
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Alcott is an elegantly appointed space named after Louisa May Alcott, an American novelist and poet. It’s graceful tones and uplifting views from the east and west windows of the courtyard and city coupled with its flow and function make for successful meetings and events. It is the second largest of the third floor spaces measuring 839 square feet with a pre-function area.
Hawthorne is named after an American novelist, romantic, and short story writer, Nathaniel Hawthorne. The character of the room reflects both the corporate and social culture. At 830 square feet, it is perched above the Parisian-style courtyard with natural light from the panoramic window panes.
Named after Henry David Thoreau, an American essayist and poet, the function space is reads like a classic story. Thoreau's elegant tones lend to corporate meetings and social gatherings. It is situated along the corridor facing the front courtyard and is the largest of the four venues measuring 962 square feet.
Saint Germain Private Dining Room
An elegant setting for catering, corporate or social groups, the 835 square foot Margeaux Brasserie's Saint Germain Private Dining and Event Space, will make an impression on guests with views to the Parisian-style courtyard to the west and Gold Coast neighborhood to the north.
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A cozy lounge for catering, corporate or social groups, Bernard's Lounge is complete with a built-in bar and fashionable ambiance. The 720-square foot space is a perfect setting for your exclusive gathering.