By Kris Leonhardt
GREEN BAY – Green Bay’s newest boutique hotel officially opened on Jan. 10 and Legacy Hotel Majority Owner Vicki Fabry said its “Legacy Hotel” name serves as more than just a moniker.
“We really are thrilled to be added to the wonderful, wonderful businesses and venues that are already in Green Bay that have made Green Bay the best to live in,” she said. “We’re honored to be a part of that and be counted in that group. We do with approach being a vibrant part of the community. We kind of talk about ourselves as a social epicenter that just happens to have 100 suites and we’ve got great people here to welcome you and help you have a great experience.
“Our vision was really just to have a great place that people can meet and greet, gather and actually start to create, start to help to build your own legacy. So, the ‘Legacy’ name really has a lot of meaning to us, and we want people to understand that everyone has a legacy. Every day you live it — every day, every interaction — and we invite you to come here and help build your legacy and live your legacy and kind of feel the vibe.”
The six-story hotel located on Brett Favre Pass features 83 studio suites, 15 “Signature Suites” and three “Grand Penthouse Suites.”
The facility also features a rooftop bar and grill, coffee and juice bar, lobby bar, fitness studio, spa and the Heritage Restaurant.
“We have an amazing head chef; we have an amazing mixologist — world-class, world-renowned. They are looking forward to introducing you to their foods, their beverages. I like to say that they have taken the notion of making their menus both in the spirit — and drinks — and the food, as kind of an homage to the past, but a tip to the future. So, we will have a lot of kind of old-fashioned flavorings and tastings and feelings, which could have a little tip-off in the future where some nuances, some really great things. So they are really excited to get to know all of you and they’ve gotten amazing staffs working with them,” Fabry explained.
Fabry said that the hotel’s atrium will also feature live music and other entertainment each week.
“We’re going to rock because of the people that we have and what they’re going to be able to do to make you all and everyone in the community welcome and feel as if you are just on top of the world,” she stated.
“I hope this will be a place that will inspire you to honor your pathway to create new lives.”