The Hotel Retlaw will take its place as one of the finest Midwest boutique urban luxury properties opening in 2018. The Retlaw will be one of the preferred settings for meetings, board retreats and conferences. Owned and operated by Legendary Hotels LLC, it will offer an unscripted experience with a service culture of excellence. The hotel’s history will be featured in the stories told by its staff and on display in photographs throughout the property. Flexible meeting space with modern technology will provide corporate groups an exceptional setting. This soon-to-be-world-class property will offer the finest in eco-luxury travel from organic and biodegradable products to field to table dining to progressive recycling and conservation.
Positioned as a core attribute to the revitalization of downtown Fond du Lac surrounded by entertainment, shopping and nightlife, the Hotel Retlaw is located just two miles from Lakeside Park and Lake Winnebago. Guests will be able to enjoy fishing, kayaking and access to six recreational trails spanning 50 miles for biking, hiking, nature watching, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The Hotel Retlaw is located one block from the THELMA Sadoff Center for the Arts, offering opportunities to partner for off-site social functions / meetings and city-wide conferences.
The Hotel Retlaw will feature 127 rooms, including 11 Specialty Suites and a Grand Presidential Suite. Distinguishing features will include lush featherbed covered mattresses, Egyptian cotton sheets and luxurious duvets. Retlaw rooms will feature plush terry robes, Wi-Fi access, flat screen televisions, iPod alarm clocks, in-room safes, coffee-espresso makers and mini-bars.
The hotel’s signature restaurant is positioned as a brasserie with refined, yet casual, trendy “farm to table” concept. The restaurant will feature a Wisconsin theme with certified organic offerings. A stellar beer and wine list with direct focus on beers of the world and value-discovery varietals will all be brought to you by on-site Brewmaster and Sommelier. Live jazz music will be featured nightly.
This will be the place to gather, meet and relax in this main level bar environment. Offering regional micro-brews, trend-setting cocktails and daily High Tea.
This retro-style gaming and sport tavern will feature an array of classic board games, billiards and televised sports in a refined, old-world ambiance reminiscent of a 19th Century English gentlemen’s club. Player’s Club dining will be refined-casual, showcasing specialty burgers and premium steaks, flat-bread pizzas, Wisconsin cheeses and old-fashioned soda fountain treats.
Resurrected to its grand dame profile of the twenties, Hotel Retlaw’s event space, featuring the Crystal Ball Room and upscale board rooms, will offer flexible, dedicated function space, coupled with modern technology as an exceptional setting for meetings and conferences.
Eugene & Janet Shore (President & Duchess), International Flying Farmers (IFF)
Thank you for all your help with tours etc. for the IFF Convention. We had a great time and you did a good job keeping us organized. We appreciate all your help.
Sarah McKinley, International Commanche Society (ICS)
Thank you for all your help. Everything went so well. I appreciate all your hard work. The hotel was wonderful in rooms and services.
Jane Majeska, Class of ‘42
Thank you for all you did for our reunion. My last minute call to you was received graciously and you came through with the name tags.
Ralph & Cheryl Sorenson, Christian Motorcyclist Association of Wisconsin
Thank you so much for taking such good care of us for the CMA State Rally. Everyone had an excellent visit to Fond du Lac.
Mike and Michelle Seurer, Square Dance Association of Wisconsin
The staff of the Fond du Lac Visitors Bureau were a big help; they made our job easier and if we had any questions they were there to answer them.
Jeff Davis, President Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers (AGLOW)
The CVB – Craig Molitor and his crew – simply blew the doors off what a host CVB does to welcome the AGLOW conference to town. I cannot imagine the number of hours that went into planning and preparing for the conference.
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