The Abbey Resort
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For decades, guests have been choosing The Abbey Resort and Avani Spa for beauty, relaxation, adventure, and lasting memories. Located just 80 miles from downtown Chicago and 50 miles from Milwaukee The Abbey, which is nestled among 90 acres of beautifully manicured grounds, is the only full-service resort on the shores of Geneva Lake. The resort features two outdoor temperature controlled pools, one for families and one for adults, an indoor pool with a separate children?s wading area, and activities suited for all ages including: a game room; outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and disc golf all on-site; age-appropriate programming, and; boat and water sport equipment rentals. Adults can enjoy the recently renovated 35,000 square-foot Avani Spa featuring an adults-only indoor sunlit atrium pool, whirlpools, a dry sauna, and steam and inhalation rooms, as well as a complete menu of spa treatments and salon services. Overnight guests and visitors alike are invited to dine on-site at one of the two award-winning restaurants, or imbibe at the coffee shop or two bars which feature live music on the weekends. A timeless destination, The Abbey is the perfect location for family gatherings and weekend getaways. Escape to the lake at The Abbey Resort, where lasting traditions await you.
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