A historical and philanthropic landmark, the Union League Club of Chicago (ULCC) is the place for a dose of elite Chicago. Enjoy a good workout, fine dining and a luxurious room while soaking up a bit of culture—and maybe a brush with celebrity.
In central Chicago, just west of Millennium Park, the ULCC is easily accessible to the Art Institute of Chicago, theaters and dining.
Named by the Chicago Tribune “The Other Art Institute of Chicago,” the ULCC is home to nearly 800 pieces of artwork including paintings, sculptures and photographs. The club’s library offers a cozy escape from bustling city life and boasts an extensive collection of materials, printed and digital. The newly updated Wigwam restaurant and Rendezvous bar provide world-class service and cuisine. The club’s programming attracts artists and authors from Martha Stewart to Tim Gunn to Madeleine Albright.
The ULCC is devoted to community and country, providing programming for the local Boys & Girls Club and supporting those serving in the military and their families. The club also provides ways for its members to engage in public policy with its Public Affairs Committee.
Fitness and Amenities
The ULCC features a swimming pool, basketball, handball, racquetball and squash courts, free-weight room, Pilates studio, cardio equipment and classes from indoor cycling to Tai Chi. After working out, relax in the steam room or sauna. Then stop by the barbershop or take advantage of the manicure and pedicure services. Stay overnight in one of the lush rooms with “seven-layered” featherbeds and Carrera marbled floors.
For more information, visit ulcc.org.