Once your attendees arrive, the only thing they have to worry about is getting down to business.
Sometimes, keeping up with the agenda at a conference or corporate event can feel just as taxing as your regular 9-to-5 routine. You know the drill: Check into the hotel, drop off bags, catch the shuttle to the convention center, swing by the networking happy hour at a local restaurant, catch a ride back to the hotel to work on your presentation with the team, check in with the family, answer emails, sleep (finally!) and repeat—for three to four business days. It can be a lot to sign up for, even if you’re a seasoned business traveler.
But your next meeting doesn’t have to feel like a marathon. At each of Great Wolf Lodge’s 18 locations, everything you need to make your event a success is housed under one roof.
Attendees at the Lodge in Anaheim, California’s scenic Grove District, for example, can get from their oversized guest suites to meeting rooms (or the on-site confectionary) in a matter of minutes. No early-morning shuttle required. Committed to giving your guests a taste of the city? Each of Great Wolf Lodge’s locations feature restaurants with local-centric menu options on the premises, so everyone can experience their destination’s authentic flavor no matter how packed their schedule. This means attendees will spend less time commuting and more time enjoying the local craft beers served from the Wachusett Brew Barn at the Lodge in Fitchburg, MA, or the famous Loaded Wisco Mac and Cheese (made with Wisconsin white cheddar) at the Lodge in Wisconsin Dells, WI.
And because real-world logistics often keep planners from offering the recreational activities their attendees crave, Great Wolf Lodge makes sure each property is equal parts business and leisure. Each Lodge’s collection of on-site team-building activities and entertainment—from water parks after dark to spas to mixologist-led cocktail-making competitions—are all within walking distance of meeting spaces and guest rooms, ensuring that your next break is always just around the corner.