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Two Lake Geneva Hotels Announce Major Upgrades

LAKE GENEVA, Wisconsin— The award-winning Timber Ridge Lodge and Waterpark and the AAA Four Diamond Grand Geneva Resort and Spa in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, both recently announced extensive renovations to their waterpark and meeting space, respectively. In November, Timber Ridge debuted new experiences at its Moose Mountain Falls waterpark. In spring 2024, Grand Geneva will unveil its totally redesigned meeting and event spaces. These enhancements at the two Marcus Hotels and Resorts properties are the latest investment in a series of major renovations across their shared resort campus.

The renovation of Grand Geneva’s 62,000 square feet of meeting space is planned to begin in December and will further enhance the resort’s offerings for corporate events, conferences and special occasions. The upgraded facilities will feature modern furnishings, flexible open layouts and updated technology capabilities.

Over the last three years, Grand Geneva has spent over $30 million on guest rooms, public space renovations and upgrades. The resort plans to make further significant investments in the property with the renovation of its meeting spaces and further improvements to its recreational facilities and offerings.

In the first half of 2023, Grand Geneva unveiled the contemporary redesign of its 358 guest rooms and suites. In 2022, all guest bathrooms received full renovations and, in spring 2021, a public area renovation included a reinvention of the resort’s lobby and lobby lounge, a complete renovation of the resort’s Grand Café, and the launch of its new 60-seat outdoor dining venue, The Landing.

Timber Ridge Lodge and Waterpark, a family-friendly, all-suite resort located on a shared 1,300-acre resort campus with Grand Geneva, has also undergone significant upgrades to its 50,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor waterpark, Moose Mountain Falls, adding new water activities and interactive attractions. The hotel and waterpark, featuring its own restaurants and family-friendly programming, as well as select shared facilities with Grand Geneva, reopened on November 17 after a three-month waterpark renovation. The 3,500-square-foot Cascades Ballroom can accommodate up to 200 people. The lodge also offers on-site team building and catering.

“The transformation and continued renovations of Grand Geneva and Timber Ridge are a testament to our commitment to providing an exceptional experience for guests,” said Skip Harless, managing director of Grand Geneva Resort and Spa. “With these enhancements, our guests will continue to enjoy an unparalleled resort experience, whether they are visiting for a fun, relaxing vacation or attending an event or corporate conference.”

Learn more about Grand Geneva Resort and Spa and Timber Ridge Lodge and Waterpark by visiting the resort websites, and