Daily full breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
Outdoor winter activities, expansive sports club, and lakeside location will delight active travelers
Signature Kohler shower fixtures in every bathroom
Free shuttle offers easy access to shops and restaurants in Kohler Village
Dedicated yoga facility with daily practices
European-inspired Kohler Waters Spa offers the ultimate in relaxation, with high-end treatments, steam room and sauna
What To Know
Special events include comedy shows, concerts and holiday festivities
An interior renovation focusing on room and lobby décor is scheduled for 2016
Request a room with a lake view ahead of time
There’s no restaurant on property; dining establishments are a short walk or shuttle ride away
Parking on site
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Well-appointed lakeside property in Wisconsin, with a five-star spa and easy access to four golf courses
Located in Wisconsin’s Kohler Village, one of the first planned communities in the country and named after the pioneering company that produces bathtubs and faucets, the lakeside hotel blends modern-day ambiance and convenience for business and leisure travelers. All 121 rooms feature the signature Kohler shower experience, with multiple fixtures that make every bathroom feel like its own spa. The black-and-white room décor is simple but contemporary: crisp white duvets, upholstered headboards, and white tiled bathrooms. With four championship courses nearby, the hotel is hugely popular with golf enthusiasts, who make up the majority of guests during warm-weather months. A five-star spa, complete with a European-inspired swimming pool and the latest in Kohler fixtures, and sports club that features an indoor pool, racquetball courts, and dozens of classes, round out the amenities.
In the Area
The inn may be a hole-in-one hit with golfers, but travelers of all types will find plenty to keep them busy in Kohler Village, which traces its roots to the early 1900s and is a tourist destination on its own. More than 20 shops and boutiques specialize in men’s and women’s apparel, antiques, and collectibles; there’s also a food market with a demonstration kitchen. Within easy walking distance is the famous Craverie Chocolatier Café, a French-inspired sweet spot with a dizzying selection of exquisite pastries and chocolates: the Original Buttery Terrapin, a delectable mix of chocolate, pecans, and caramel, is a perennial favorite. Snap up some unique, Midwest-inspired souvenirs, like a locally made apron, at The Wisconsin Trader. Wrap up the day with a pint at the Horse and Plow, a historic tavern that was once the watering hole for Kohler Co. workers.