Area Resort Offers Remedies for Spring Fever

May 31, 2014

Spring has sprung and northerners are aching to get out of the house and enjoy the nice days, but with the often unpredictable temperatures and precipitation of the spring climate, that can be a challenge. The Abbey Resort and Avani Spa provides a remedy for spring fever with a variety of fun events and activities encouraging area residents to get out and experience the excitement and energy of the season.

Paint ‘N Sip Events:
In response to the sell-out crowds of Paint ‘N Sip events hosted Saturday evenings throughout winter, The Abbey Resort has extended the popular activity into the spring. Guests of all artistic levels are invited to enjoy a glass of wine while receiving both group and individual instruction from a professional artist. Participants are guided through a themed painting on an individual 16” x 20” canvas, revealing their own artistic flair in an atmosphere of camaraderie and learning.

Events are scheduled for June 7 and 28, with additional summer dates to be determined. Overnight rates beginning at $90 double occupancy include admission to the event, which is open to the general public for $40.

Spa Weekend:
The Abbey Resort and Avani Spa is also hosting a Spa Weekend June 6 – 8 featuring spa demonstrations, fitness classes, food and beverage specials, and more. Weekend packages include a $120 spa credit, $75 food and beverage credit, daily admission to Avani Spa, and access to classes and demonstrations throughout the weekend.

Daily admission to the spa includes access to the unique indoor pool atrium with a vaulted windowed ceiling that allows guests to enjoy the sunshine and vibrancy of spring without being subjected to the chilly outdoor temperatures of the early season.

Guests staying the weekend can enjoy a variety of evening dining options on site, and the Sunday morning Harborside Champagne Brunch featuring a build-your-own “Bloody Mary” buffet. Additional springtime events at the resort including BBQs, live music, and Mother’s Day and Memorial Day activities with fun for the kids, are also available. For more information about springtime events at The Abbey Resort or to book a stay, call (800) 709-1323 or visit www.theabbeyresort.com.


About The Abbey Resort and Avani Spa:
Located just 50 miles from Milwaukee, The Abbey Resort and Avani Spa is a treasured icon and the only full-service resort on the shores of Lake Geneva. The resort celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2013 with the completion of a multi-million dollar renovation of the exterior, meeting space and common areas. The resort boasts a breathtaking setting on 90 acres of beautifully manicured grounds, award-winning dining and banquet facilities, nearby championship golf courses and a wide range of outdoor activities. This only scratches the surface of all the activities and offerings The Abbey Resort provides. With impeccable customer service, the team at The Abbey Resort consistently meets the needs and expectations of both guests and meeting planners. The 35,000 square-foot Avani Spa enhances the resort experience with innovative spa treatments and modern luxuries.

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