The Harborview opens in Wisconsin following rebranding, renovations

The Harborview features a restaurant and bar, meeting space, a pool and a fitness center. Photo credit: The Harborview

The Harborview has opened in Port Washington, Wis., following extensive renovations and a rebranding. Formerly a Holiday Inn, the hotel will continue under the direction of S&L Hospitality, which has owned and operated it since 1998.

The rebranded hotel has debuted The Beacon Restaurant & Bar, which includes a new seasonal outdoor deck looking out over the harbor. It also has has added two new meeting and event rooms and a newly renovated party room overlooking the pool. Newly added or upgraded amenities include a business center, a fitness center and a marketplace.

“Deciding to renovate and rebrand as an independent boutique-style hotel allows us to offer unique amenities and further partner with local businesses,” Eric Lund, CEO of S&L Hospitality, said in a statement. “We have made so many positive changes and we are thrilled to invest in beautiful Port Washington with a new restaurant, new meeting space and a revitalized hotel.”

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The Harborview updated the design across its common areas, adding modern furniture and fixtures, new high-efficiency windows and local photography and artwork. In the guestrooms, the hotel added upgraded bed linens, towels and bath products. Outdoor improvements include enhanced lighting, new signage and updated landscaping.

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