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Training Room Venues Near Chicago, Illinois

Extended network locations near Chicago, IL:

Chicago, Illinois 5 venues in this city
Oak Brook, Illinois 3 venues approximately 17 miles away
Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois 2 venues approximately 17 miles away
Lombard, Illinois 3 venues approximately 20 miles away
Downers Grove, Illinois 2 venues approximately 21 miles away
Deerfield, Illinois 1 venue approximately 23 miles away
Lisle, Illinois 1 venue approximately 24 miles away
South Bend, Indiana 1 venue approximately 71 miles away
Rockford, Illinois 2 venues approximately 78 miles away
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 1 venue approximately 84 miles away
Brookfield, Wisconsin 1 venue approximately 86 miles away

Venues Featured Venues

  1. Attune Chicago
    230 West Monroe Street, Suite 900 Chicago, Illinois
  2. Oak Brook Center
    2625 Butterfield Road, Suite 209E, Oak Brook, Illinois 60523
  3. Lombard Center
    720 East Butterfield Road, Suite 100, Lombard, Illinois 60148
  4. Milwaukee Center
    15700 West Bluemound Road, Suite 410, Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005

Cities with additional venues Cities with Additional Venues

  1. Chicago, IL
  2. Oak Brook, IL
  3. Oakbrook Terrace, IL
  4. Lombard, IL
  5. Downers Grove, IL
  6. Deerfield, IL
  7. Lisle, IL
  8. South Bend, IN
  9. Rockford, IL
  10. Wauwatosa, WI
  11. Brookfield, WI

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Training in Chicago, Illinois

It can be challenging to locate a training room that meets all the needs of your company. Having the right environment and atmosphere is critical to making your professional development event a success. Amenities at our locations include snacks, catered meals, high-speed internet connection, and hotel and transportation assistance to and from venues. Additionally, our training rooms offer virtual training infrastructure, cloud-based labs, advanced collaboration tools, and classrooms equipped with state-of-the-art computers. Training can come in several shapes and forms, and our rooms can be adapted to any practice a client may request.

Situated within Chicago city limits, our training rooms offer the flexibility to utilize a wide range of training types and provide a variety of unique ways to engage with students. Specifically built to aid companies to execute hands-on and virtual training exercises, these rooms offer options for both in-person and remote training capabilities. Our training spaces boast on-site technical staff to deal with any IT troubleshooting clients may need. Furthermore, our resident hospitality staff has been professionally trained to anticipate the needs of our attendees. They are open to any queries you may have while on-site.

Attune believes that training is necessary for a company's future success. To this end, we provide training rooms that users can gear to all types of exercises. We have rooms dedicated for presentations and others that offer a more formal, corporate atmosphere. We also provide locations of various sizes that can accommodate parties of every size, from the close-knit to a lecture-hall type of layout. Contact Attune today to book your training room now!

Experience Chicago

The Attune Chicago meeting center is your perfect choice for your next meeting or training event, offering you the right size room for small, medium, or large groups. Your attendees will enjoy the city’s homey feel and distinct four seasons. It offers convenient transportation as well as the best restaurants in the nation. There are plenty of tourist attractions that more than 20 million visitors partake in each year as a top meeting destination.

What's Nearby?

Attune’s professional, modern spaces offer fantastic views and upscale comfort and efficiency. They boast a great location at the heart of the Windy City, and you’ll find many popular attractions within easy reach. Below are some of them.

  • Adler Planetarium (14 minutes by car)
    The first planetarium in the US, Chicago's Adler is a source of inspiration for space lovers, promoting deep understanding of the universe and offering a very fun experience at the same time. The Adler Planetarium first opened in 1930. Its architect was awarded a gold medal by the American Institute of Architects the next year. The building was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1987. It houses extensive space science exhibitions, three full size theaters, and a vast collection of print materials and scientific instruments. It also boasts one of the few public urban observatories in the country that’s still active in research.

  • Shedd Aquarium (14 minutes by car)
    The Shedd Aquarium is one of the largest indoor aquariums in the world. First opened in 1930, this 5,000,000 gallon aquarium is home to more than 32,000 aquatic animals.

  • Navy Pier (10 minutes by car)
    At the moment, Navy Pier covers more than fifty acres of gardens, parks, shops, family attractions, restaurants, and exhibition facilities. It is one of the most popular destinations in the Midwest with almost two million visitors each year, and definitely the top attraction in the Windy City.
     

Best Events in Chicago

  • Architecture of Mysterious Chicago (May 15)
    Author and historian Adam Selzer hosts a unique historical and architectural tour of the city. You will learn all about the architectural history of Chicago between Cast Iron construction to modernism, with tales of horror like “Hell’s Half Acre” about the gangs that roamed State Street in the city’s early history, bizarre murders, unsolved mysteries, and more.

  • The Search for the Suburbs in Edgewater (May 26)
    Described as a “scavenger hunt” by organizers, this event has participants looking for the history of early Edgewater. Clues about ten locations are provided, and you’ll visit both famous and practically unknown, but very impressive historic sites.

  • The History of the Cocktail (June 7)
    This event tells the surprising histories behind the names of a series of famous cocktails and interesting stories about how they came to be. As they listen, visitors sip along.

 

Famous Dishes and Cocktails in Chicago

Chicago is famous for deep dish pizza, obviously, so don’t miss out. In fact, the city is regarded by some as the food capital of the country, and not only because of the pizza – there is delectable barbecue and steak, Chicago hot dogs, Italian beef sandwiches, and fusion gastronomy. The city’s also known for Malört, a brand of spiced, wormwood-flavored liquor that’s said to cure all digestion ailments.