• Destination Kohler Named One of the World’s Top 15 Wellness Retreats

     
    POSTED January 22, 2017
     

The Midwest’s only Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond resort-hotel, Destination Kohler and its Kohler Waters Spa in Wisconsin, has been named one of the best wellness retreats in the world by Conde Nast Traveler.  

“We are thrilled and honored to be included in Condé Nast Traveler’s recent feature of leading wellness retreats, alongside such a renowned group of properties around the world,” says Garrett Mersberger, director, Kohler Waters Spas. “Wellness is a key brand pillar at the resort and this recognition demonstrates our continued commitment to providing guests with curated experiences that cater to their wellbeing.”

They offer yoga on the lake, an exercise studio, a 500-acre wilderness preserve on-property and 12 on-site restaurants that offer vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian options.

For more information on Destination Kohler’s wellness offerings, visit destinationkohler.com.

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