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Honoring our Heroes with Free Ski

Posted: Feb 01, 2020 | Tags: Specials , Winter Sports , Outdoor Adventures
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Main Lodge with American Flag flying proudly

Grand Geneva is very grateful for all the men and women who serve our country. We honor our active-duty military service members with our Military Appreciation Day at The Mountain Top on Friday, February 21, 2020. All active military members enjoy free lift tickets and rentals, plus 50 percent off for their family members. Veterans also receive $10 lift tickets and rentals as a special thank you for their service. Enjoy these benefits from 9am until we close at 10pm.

Turn the night into a getaway at Grand Geneva and take 15 percent off our best available rate with our military discount. Servicemen and women are always welcome to use this offer throughout the year for discounts on deluxe guest rooms, suites and even villas.

To the brave men and women who serve our country, thank you for all you do.

About Grand Geneva Resort & Spa

Owned and managed by Marcus Hotels & Resorts, Grand Geneva Resort & Spa is an award-wining, AAA Four-Diamond all-seasons resort set on 1,300 acres in the legendary southeastern Wisconsin community of Lake Geneva. Located 90 minutes from Chicago and 50 minutes from Milwaukee, Grand Geneva Resort & Spa features 356 guest accommodations, including deluxe rooms and suites, along with 29 new villas. On site, guests can enjoy the WELL Spa + Salon; two championship 18-hole golf courses; The Mountain Top, a ski and snowboard facility; 62,000-square-feet of meeting and convention space and three restaurants. Also on the resort’s grounds is the Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark, featuring 225 guest suites and 50,000 square feet of year-round, indoor/outdoor waterpark excitement, bringing the total number of rooms on the Grand Geneva campus to 609.

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