Kohler Co.’s American Club and Waters Spa Awarded High Ratings

  • Kohler Co.’s American Club and Waters Spa Awarded High Ratings

     
    POSTED March 19, 2018
     

Located in Kohler, WI, The American Club and Kohler Waters Spa at the Destination Kohler received Forbes Five-Star ratings.

Forbes Travel Guide also designated Four Stars to the resort’s culinary program, The Immigrant Restaurant, for its hospitality.

“For the seventh straight year, Kohler Co. is proud to once again celebrate the coveted Forbes Five-Star accolades for The American Club and Kohler Waters Spa,” says Christine Loose, group director of lodging for Kohler Co. Hospitality & Real Estate. “The recognition demonstrates our team’s commitment to offering gracious hospitality and personalized experiences that create lasting memories.”

The American Club has a health and wellbeing program with Kohler Waters Spa and Yoga; 12 dining establishments; and two championship golf courses that have collectively hosted six major golf tournaments.

Located within The American Club, The Immigrant Restaurant’s layout is designed in six spaces, representing the nationalities that once populated Wisconsin, and are complemented by American cuisine with European influences.

Kohler Waters Spa provides guests with hydrotherapy treatments and facial and body services.

The spa recently announced renovation plans, which will include nine, new treatment rooms, an expansive common space and a bridal suite.

When the Chicago Architecture Center opens at its new home at 111 East Wacker Drive this August, the city will gain a new cultural destination—and event planners will gain a sparkling new venue to consider for events.

“The view of the river and prominent buildings at that corner is breathtaking,” says Deb Rodak, manager of group sales and business development for the 20,000-square-foot facility, situated above the dock for Chicago’s First Lady Cruises.

 

A Derby themed gala to commemorate Hotel Baker’s 90th anniversary was held on June 2, 2018. The invitation-only event was both a celebration an important milestone as well a tribute to the original owner Colonel Edward Baker, who opened the downtown St. Charles hotel on June 2, 1928. 

 

Food trucks may be mobile, but they aren’t going anywhere, since their popularity only seems to grow with each season. A New Jersey hotel is getting in on the fun! Along with over 18,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space, Embassy Suites by Hilton in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, offers the Grain & Cane “Gastro Truck” as a fun option for a mid-meeting break or post-event dining option.