- AGA Gaming Hall of Fame
- Tribal Gaming
- Global Gaming Women
- Latin American Gaming
- G2E Meet-Ups
Wisconsin’s Indoor Waterparks
Travel Time: Under 4 Hours
Kalahari Indoor Resort
Grab your suits and hit one of America’s largest indoor waterparks, the 125,000-square-foot park at Kalahari Resorts.
Great Wolf Lodge Wisconsin
Scale back a little at the 76,000-square-foot Great Wolf Lodge, where the “Fort Mackenzie” attraction is a don’t-miss, thanks to 12 levels of treehouse outfitted with suspension bridges and water games.
Wilderness Resort & Waterpark
With indoor-outdoor waterparks, golf, dining, and a spa to unwind in, this resort has it all in one facility—including groceries.
Grand Harbor Resort
The location provides views of the Mississippi, access to downtown Dubuque, and Iowa’s first themed indoor water park.
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
Hit the slopes on one of 17 trails; trek the 1.8-mile mountaintop snowshoe trail or challenge yourself with jumps and a quarter-pipe.
Iron Mountain Iron Mine
Experience iron mining in an underground train tour of 2,600 feet of drifts and tunnels—400 feet below the surface.
Pine Mountain Golf & Ski Resort
The skier-friendly property offers quaint rooms and slope-side fireplace condos.
Exploring Mississippi in Dubuque
Travel Time: Under 4 Hours
National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Touch pools, gators, otters, and nature trails spotlight Mississippi River wildlife.
Celebration River Cruises
Around 34.7 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more on Labor Day weekend. This is the highest volume for the holiday since 2008 and a 1.3 percent increase over 2013. Nearly 86 percent of travelers (29.7 million) will celebrate the holiday with a final road trip before summer comes to a close.
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Have a safe and fun weekend from PERCIPIA!
No. 4: Enrollment in Hotel’s Loyalty Programs
No.3: Free Breakfast
No.2: Close to Meeting/ Conference
No.1: Free Wi-Fi
The Drawing Room is a comfortable space for members to meet, socialize, eat and drink. It also features a ping pong table that is used for meetings during the day and a gaming in the evening.
The Club Bar, which is located on the 5th floor, houses an oval shaped bar that is furnished with red velvet chairs. The Club Bar also has chesterfield sofas and a baby grand piano, for all you musically inclined members.
The Library has a multi-function use. Members can take advantage of panel discussions, workshops, master-classes, and various club events.
The Gymnasium seems to be the staple feature at the Chicago club. It is located on the 2nd floor with a 15,000 sq foot space, open to both members and hotel guests. What makes the gym most impressive would be the professional boxing ring! Of course it has the regular Technogym equipment, fitness studios, steam rooms, lounges and a laundry service. Having a gym with all the bells and whistles is simply an amenity that must be utilized.
Three restaurants: Chicken Shop, Pizza East and the Allis Lounge; will be open to the public. These exquisitely decorated restaurants have already opened and serve a Chicago inspired menu of rotisserie chicken, pizza, and cocktails.
The club also features a 30-seat cinema, spa and a roof top deck, that has a pool and panoramic views of the Chicago skyline.
This beautiful club isn’t so easy to get into either. Check out the Soho House Chicago website for more information.