The Travel Green Wisconsin program is designed to protect the beauty and vitality of Wisconsin’s landscape and natural resources. Wisconsin’s natural resources, wildlife and cultural diversity are among its most important tourism assets. Efforts to preserve them for future generations serve the best interest of Wisconsin travelers, as well as its tourism industry and the state’s overall economy.
Travel Green recognized some of Grand Geneva's best practices such as:
As a Travel Green Wisconsin member Grand Geneva has earned 79 points, more than double the required 30 points for certification.
Travel Green Wisconsin is a voluntary program that reviews, certifies and recognizes tourism businesses and organizations that have made a commitment to reducing their environmental impact. Specifically, the program encourages participants to evaluate their operations, set goals and take specific actions towards environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
We are pleased to share news about our Grand Geneva Bees. We harvested over 100lbs of honey from our new on-site beehives. This sweet surprise will be featured in various offerings throughout the resort and restaurants including new hotel guest amenities and paired alongside tea offerings. Executive Chef Nelly Buleje plans to use the new harvest in fall and winter menus including Ristorante Brissago's Sweet Basil Vinaigrette, Geneva ChopHouse's popular Umami Salmon Collars dish featured in the restaurant's famous Sparkling Sunday Brunch and drizzled in the granola bowl in Grand Cafe. Raw honey and honey sticks will also be available for purchase in our retail outlets.