Lodge Kohler Brings Luxury Accommodations to Lambeau Field

Lodge Kohler Brings Luxury Accommodations to Lambeau FieldThanks to Kohler Co., one of Wisconsin’s oldest and most successful businesses, Packers fans can now spend the night in an upscale hotel next time they see their team play at Lambeau Field. Located just west of the stadium in the Titletown District, Lodge Kohler is a new 144-room hotel that opened in July of 2017. The Green Bay Packers executive committee hopes the hotel will become a destination for out-of-town fans and businesspeople using Lambeau Field’s meeting rooms and banquet facilities.

Lodge Kohler includes five different guest room configurations, with nightly room rates starting at just under $200 during the week, and peaking at more than $450 on game days. Guests can choose from a number of different themed overnight packages as well, including a “Bed and Breakfast Package” and an “Explore Lambeau” package which was tailor made for Packers fans.

In addition to its luxury accommodations, the hotel is also home to the Kohler Waters Spa, which showcases many of the company’s trademark high-end plumbing fixtures.  This spa includes a steam room, sauna, Vichy shower, cool plunge pool and a “state-of-the art Hydromassage Experience Pool” which was custom designed by Kohler’s engineers. Guests can even indulge in the Green Bay Stone Massage, which is a 50-minute treatment that utilizes heated basalt stones in conjunction with traditional Swedish massage techniques. Once they’re done with their spa treatments, guests can also choose from a number of different dining options, including a fifth-floor restaurant and bar that offers panoramic views of nearby Lambeau Field.

At Construction Protection Systems, we’re proud to have had the opportunity to play a part, however small, in the development of this great addition to Green Bay’s Titletown District. Stay tuned for more updates from the makers of 1-2-3 Door Shield—the original, reusable door protection system.

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