1. All the Amenities of a National Destination.
Hotels range from luxurious resorts to boutique hotels. Entertainment options include dinner theaters, a unique dancing horse show, and a variety of nightlife choices — from waterfront piano bars to welcoming fire pits. Tee off from one of the more than dozen legendary golf courses designed by some of the biggest names in the game, all within close proximity to downtown. View historic mansions by water on the Lake Geneva Cruise Line; walk a portion, or all of the 20+ mile Shore Path; or enjoy a rejuvenating day spa. Several teambuilding activities abound, including zip line canopy tours. 2. Natural Surroundings, Lively Downtown and Understated Opulence.
This historic and nationally acclaimed resort community has pristine surroundings in every season. When visiting groups work up an appetite, they won't have to travel far to enjoy a Wine Spectator award-winning restaurant, an informal breakfast at a local coffee shop or any of the other diverse options available. Many restaurants are nestled in historic buildings, offering unmatched ambiance. Nearby major attractions include the Lake Geneva Cruise Line, Dancing Horses Theatre, Aerial Adventures, Lake Geneva Canopy Tours, Fireside Dinner Theatre, and Yerkes Observatory (which houses the world's largest refracting telescope.) Guests will also appreciate Old World Wisconsin (an outdoor "living" museum of 19th century rural and immigrant farm life,) Ten Chimneys (the estate lovingly created by Broadway legends, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne,) the 1888 Black Point Estate (one of the finest examples of Queen Anne design in the Midwest,) and the antique East Troy Electric railroad. One of the area's most popular assets is the Geneva Lake Shore Path that rings the lake. Created by the region's earliest settlers to connect the many Native American camps, the 20+ mile walking trail can be navigated in segments, all offering a front-yard view of the many historic estates that dot the shoreline. For golfers, there are over 20 golf courses nearby, many of them nationally rated. 3. Easy Access from Milwaukee and Chicago.
Lake Geneva is conveniently located less than 60 miles from Chicago's O'Hare Airport, and less than 50 miles from General Mitchell Airport in Milwaukee. 4. Flexibility to Accommodate Any Size Group.
There are 2,200 Lake Geneva area rooms, so there’s always room for your group. Major meeting facilities include Grand Geneva Resort & Spa, The Abbey Resort & AVANI Spa, Lake Lawn Resort, Harbor Shores on Lake Geneva, Mill Creek Hotel, Bella Vista Suites and Lake Geneva Comfort Suites. 5. Affordable.
Lake Geneva is a surprisingly affordable option for meetings of all sizes. Meeting planners will enjoy the affordable rates found in Lake Geneva, and there is a variety of flexible meeting space to accommodate groups of any number. Most importantly, meetings in Lake Geneva allow visitors to relax and unwind, helping them to focus on the task at hand.
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