GREEN BAY, Wis. — Hotel Northland will officially open for business on Valentine's Day, the hotel says in a news release.
The historic hotel will officially open for business Thursday, February 14, at 3 p.m., the hotel’s standard check-in time.
The hotel originally opened in 1924 and operated through the 1960s, serving as residence for players of the Green Bay Packers and housing visiting NFL teams, management says in a news release.
The project to renovate the hotel has faced several challenges. At one point, the hotel was apparently slated to open in 2016 .
According to previous NBC26 reports, the hotel's release date was pushed back as the construction project faced different setbacks, including disputes over ownership and financing .
Hotel Northland says it offers 160 guestrooms, 18 of which are suites, as well as a restaurant, the Walnut Room, and a sports bar, Poke the Bear.
The hotel says it also offers 11,000 square feet of meeting space, including a ballroom for events and weddings. Also available for private events is a lower level bar area complete with a two-lane bowling alley.
A search on a booking site for the hotel shows rates for rooms going for about $140.