Chicago Cubs Suites

Chicago Cubs Suites

Wrigley Field

A staple location for the city of Chicago and a landmark throughout the baseball world, Wrigley Field has been home to the Chicago Cubs since 1916. More than a century’s worth of games played at The Friendly Confines has endeared it to fans around the country.

Periodic upgrades have kept the building fresh, but the traditions held are a nostalgic throwback to games of the past. From the famous ivy-covered outfield walls to the iconic marquee entrance, it is a very recognizable venue. The fact that it was the last MLB ballpark to install lights for night games and still uses a hand turned scoreboard speaks to the preservation of history surrounding the game.

Ongoing renovations are always in the works to further the comfort level within the stadium. A new players’ locker room, lounge, team offices, media center, and training facility were recently constructed underground. Underground batting cages and an expanded dugout also factored into the plans. New clubs have opened for premium and season ticket holders, as well as some new seats and an addition to the upper-deck concourse. The luxury suites are next on the list for further upgrades.

History comes alive in one of the MLB’s oldest ballparks. Chicago Cubs luxury suites are a product sought after by any baseball fan to visit the Windy City. Taking into account that each suite at Wrigley Field comes with a kitchen area with a wet bar, refrigerator, and counter space for the catering spread (which, by the way, is top class) your guests will enjoy the scenery in the suite as much as they will the action on the field.

LuxuryVIPSuites contracts direct with Wrigley Field suite owners to bring you the best suites in the ballpark at better prices than any competitor in the marketplace. You can always count on us for a smooth and professional experience that will be memorable for all of your attendees. Call at 610-828-7407 to begin the process of acquiring a luxury suite for the Chicago Cubs game of your choice.

If you already own a luxury box at Wrigley Field, contact us today to market your suite for the events you will be unable to attend. There is no reason why events should go unused. Why not make back some of your investment by renting out your suite to our corporate clients? Email us directly at to learn more about the process and about becoming an important client with

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After 108 years of curses and heartbreak, fans in the windy city were finally rewarded for their die-hard love of their Chicago Cubs in 2016 with a World Series championship. The epic 7th game in a hard-fought series with the Cleveland Indians went to extra innings before fan favorite Anthony Rizzo caught the final out at 1st base in the bottom of the 10th and sent Cubs fans into an uproar around the globe.

No longer known as the Lovable Losers, the Chicago Cubs franchise joined the National League back in 1876 as the Chicago White Stockings. After eventually settling on the name Chicago Cubs officially in 1907, the club enjoyed success with back to back World Series titles in 1907 and 1908.

The Cubs wouldn’t see another World Series berth until 1945. Game four of the 1945 World Series featured the Cubs against the Detroit Tigers at Wrigley Field. As the legendary baseball story goes, local tavern owner William Sianis was ejected from the park due to the odor of his pet goat, which was bothering other fans. Sianis declared that the Cubs weren’t going to win anymore. His prophetic words held true for quite some time. The Cubs went on to lose the series and wouldn’t make another appearance in the World Series until 2016, on the 46th anniversary of Sianis’s death.

Despite the lack of success on the field after 1945, the Cubs hold a place in the hearts of their fans unlike most other teams in sports. Legendary ballplayers have suited up in Chicago Cubs uniforms over the years including Gabby Hartnett, Hack Wilson, Frank Chance, Ryne Sandberg, Fergie Jenkins, Billy Williams, Mordecai Brown, Cap Anson, Ron Santo, and Ernie Banks.

Additionally, Wrigley Field has been the setting for some incredible baseball feats including Babe Ruth’s called shot, Hack Wilson’s RBI record of 191 in 1930, Kris Bryant’s game with three home runs and two doubles, and Kerry Wood’s 20-strikeout game among many others.

Theo Epstein, the architect behind the 2004 Boston Red Sox World Series team that broke their 86 year curse, signed on in Chicago in 2011. He told Cubs fans to be patient; that he had a plan, but it would take a little time to get there. Chicago trusted the baseball guru through some tough seasons as the plan began to take shape. The Cubs aggressively went after Joe Maddon and were able to sign him to a deal in 2014. John Lester was signed that offseason to bolster the pitching staff and other notable moves brought in Dexter Fowler, Kris Bryant, Addison Russell, and Kyle Schwarber. Added to a roster that included Anthony Rizzo and Jake Arrieta, the team was gaining momentum. An NLCS playoff berth gave Chicago great hopes for the future, despite being swept by the New York Mets.

The 2016 season was an absolute dream. The Cubbies were red hot from start to finish, posting a 103-58 record (their first time with over 100 wins since 1910), the best in the MLB. They ran away with the division, winning by 17 ½ games. Moving through powerhouse National League teams in San Francisco and Los Angeles throughout the playoffs, the Cubs made history by finally breaking through to the Fall Classic against the Cleveland Indians. A resilient club, the Cubs came back from being down three games to one to beat the Indians in extra innings of Game 7.

The Cubs followed up their World Series win with playoff appearances in 2017 and 2018. The 2019 season was the first without a playoff appearance since 2014. Joe Maddon’s contract was not renewed, ushering in a new era with former Cubs player David Ross taking over as manager. His work as a special assistant in the Cubs front office and ESPN analyst has helped trained him for this new role. As the roster has not changed much, Ross had a lot of familiarity with this group which translated into a 34-26 record in the pandemic-shortened season and a first place finish in the NL Central. They would be swept by Miami in the Wild Card.

Theo Epstein would step down in the offseason, with his long-time deputy Jed Hoyer taking over the role.

This group knows that they have the talent to get back to the Fall Classic and bring another title to Chi-town. A dangerous team loaded with star power, Chicago is a perennial contender. To learn more about the history of the Chicago Cubs as well as their magical 2016 season click here.

If you own a Chicago Cubs suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or are unable to attend.

This is a great opportunity to offset much of your suite expense which you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Chicago Cubs game should go unused.

Benefit from extra revenue with LuxuryVIPSuites while helping out a corporate group that needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in your Chicago Cubs suite.

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