The rooftop at this super-luxe Loop hotel has not one, but THREE levels, each with views of the Chicago skyline that give all other rooftops a run for their money. Each floor is different: the 21st floor features an indoor cocktail bar, while the 22nd is all about the outdoor terrace. The 23rd floor is the most formal of the three with exclusive dining under the building's signature dome. Reservations are recommend for all levels.
Chicago’s only tri-level rooftop extends in glorious fashion from the 21st to 23rd floors of the LondonHouse hotel’s historic Beaux Arts tower. The 23rd floor cupola is only available for private reservations, but it’s nevertheless hard to find a better spot for mingling with Chicago’s upper crust over Grilled Octopus Salad and Louisiana Crab Dip paired with requisite Espresso Martinis and large format bottles of Armand de Brignac. Plus, its unique perch at the nexus of Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive affords unparalleled views of the Chicago River.
How to book: Reserve via Tock.