It’s situated on a scenic 90-acre plot on the western shores of Geneva Lake.
This Getaway includes a $30 resort credit. You can use it at several onsite restaurants; try the steak at Fontana Grill, or barbecue at The Waterfront.
If you want to pamper yourself, you can use the resort credit toward massages, facials, body wraps, and aromatherapy at the onsite Avani Spa, a 35,000-square-foot facility equipped with a fitness center and a full-service spa.
The chic guest rooms come with beamed or vaulted ceilings, high-definition flat-screen TVs, and patios or balconies.
Guests are in good company: The Abbey Resort has welcomed Presidents Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush, as well as Michael Jordan and Oprah Winfrey.
The resort features an indoor pool, children's arcade, ice skating rink, live entertainment on weekends, and onsite family activities.
On the other side of the lake, Lake Geneva’s charming downtown area has boutiques and sidewalk cafés.
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin: Lakeside Mansions and Historical Museums
Located within 90 miles of Chicago, Milwaukee, and Madison, Lake Geneva has become one of the Midwest’s most popular destinations for recreation. In the winter, outdoor activities range from sledding and snowshoeing in Big Foot Beach State Park to ice-fishing on Geneva Lake. There's also plenty to do indoors. The Geneva Lake Museum takes visitors back in time with re-created late 19th- and early 20th-century shops, and the 1897-era Yerkes Observatory is home to the world's largest refracting telescope.
On mild days, you can admire the scenery by taking a stroll through the Geneva Lake Shore Path. This 21-mile walkway planned by early settlers stretches around the entire lake and offers views of historic sites and multimillion-dollar mansions, which helped the town earn the nickname “Newport of the West.”
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