W Chicago - City Center

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172 West Adams Street, Chicago, IL, 60603-3604, United States   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: (312) 332-1200   •  Hotel Reservations: 888-627-8280

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CHICAGO SPORTS

If there is one thing we are known for, it is Chicago Sports.

Whether it is the Bears, Bulls, Blackhawks, Cubs or White Sox, Chicago is known for having their die-hard fans. Enjoy a sports event at one of the local venues during your visit to Chicago easily accessible from the W Chicago-City Center.


Wrigley Field

Home of the Chicago Cubs

Originally known as Weeghman Park, Wrigley Field is the second oldest park in the majors built in 1914. The park then became Cubs Park in 1920 after it was purchased from the Weeghman family. The Wrigley family then named it Wrigley Field in 1926 to honor the Cub's owner, William Wrigley Jr. You can still enjoy the original scoreboard which remains working today.

Soldier Field

Home of the Chicago Bears 

As one of Chicago's most famous landmarks, Soldier Field was designed in 1919 as a memorial to soldiers. Soldier Field is used as a venue for many events but more recently known as the home of the Bears. The Bears moved from their prior location of Wrigley Field in September of 1971 and had their first game in the renovated field on September 29, 2003.

United Center

Home of the Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago Bulls

Labeled as the largest arena in the United States, The United Center hosts over 200 events each year. Since its opening in 1994, it has also had over 20 million visitors. In Chicago, it is most well known as the home to our Chicago Blackhawks hockey team and the Chicago Bulls basketball team.

 

Guaranteed Rate Field

Home of the White Sox

The Chicago White Sox have always called the South Side their home, but their ballpark has been called a few different names over the years. The new Comiskey Park opened in 1991 and features a remarkable scoreboard (still intact), beautiful arches and over 40,000 unobstructed-view seats. Sox fans knew the stadium as U.S Cellular Field from 2003 until 2016 when the current name, Guaranteed Rate Field, was bestowed upon the ballpark.