ASHWAUBENON, Wis. - After nearly three years of planning, the upscale Lodge Kohler hotel in the Packers' Titletown District is set to open Tuesday.
The hotel will give Packers fans a "room with a view" of Lambeau Field.
On Tuesday afternoon, Kohler Company leaders, the Packers and the Village of Ashwaubenon will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony before Lodge Kohler welcomes its first overnight guests Wednesday.
"It's really exciting now to see it's finished, it looks like what we thought it would look like, and I hope to see as people use it that they really appreciate all the effort that we put into it," said Tim Andreas, Kohler Director of Architecture and Interior Design.
The Four Diamond hotel has 134 rooms, the Tavern in the Sky restaurant, a spa and in-room and poolside dining.
There are also floor-to-ceiling windows with amazing views of Lambeau Field.
"To see it come alive and be ready to host guests is the most rewarding feeling one could imagine," Kohler Group Director of Lodging.
Designers incorporated subtle touches of green and gold throughout the building, as well as iconic Packers photographs.
Lodge Kohler is one of three anchor businesses in the Titletown District. Hinterland Brewery and Restaurant opened in April and Bellin Health Sports Medicine and Orthopedics is expected to hold a ribbon-cutting next Tuesday.
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