Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the much-anticipated Hotel Northland in Green Bay will open on Feb. 14.
The opening follows a 10-month undertaking by Greenwood Hospitality Group to complete the redevelopment of the historic property after it assumed the project last April.
“This property revitalization has been a labor of love by so many people,” said John Williams, general manager of Hotel Northland. “It’s a fitting tribute that we are now opening our doors to guests on Feb. 14 as a valentine to a community that’s waited years for this hotel’s return.”
The Hotel Northland, Autograph Collection is a luxury, 160-room boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Green Bay and a member of the Autograph Collection Hotels by Marriott. Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the hotel originally opened in 1924 and operated through the 1960s, serving as a residence for players of the Green Bay Packers and housing visiting NFL teams.
Of the hotel’s 160 guestrooms, 18 are suites, some appointed with fireplaces. Guests are offered dining in the elegant Walnut Room, also opening Feb. 14, and in Poke the Bear, a fan-inspired sports bar and restaurant.
The hotel also offers 11,000-square-feet of meeting space. That includes six multifunction breakout rooms and the Crystal Ballroom, which hosts events and weddings from 50 to 250 people. A lower level bar area complete with a two-lane bowling alley is also available for private events.