Kalahari Resorts: All Under One Roof–and Growing!

By Sponsored Content, July 31, 2017

To make event planning a breeze, Kalahari Resorts & Conventions has everything you need. For two decades, Kalahari Resorts & Conventions has been making event planning effortless with knowledgeable and experienced staff, seamless operations, a willingness to adjust to personal needs and the ability to accommodate events of all sizes. Our enviable amenities, unparalleled hospitality and conveniently located properties result in consistent event attendance increases of more than 20 percent. Sounds like paradise for you, and it will be for your guests too.

Kalahari Resorts & Conventions is more than an event venue; it’s a beyond-expectations, vacation-style adventure that’s the only one of its kind. Event attendees are immediately engaged by the sights, sounds and tastes of Africa, and their experience only gets better as they explore the resort, where everything is under one roof. Ample guest suites are just a short walk away from the convention center, which is only steps from diverse dining options, a first-class spa and endless entertainment. When you give guests the gift of a Kalahari Resorts & Conventions adventure—complete with free Wi-Fi and everything they need, you’re guaranteeing an immersive, unique and unforgettable event.

Coming Soon

Kalahari Resorts & Conventions has announced plans to expand the company’s beyond-expectations experience to the Southwest, with its fourth property to be located in Round Rock, Texas. Slated to open in 2020, the Texas offering will include 990 guest room and a 200,000 sq.-ft. convention center.

Expansions to Wisconsin Dells and Pocono Mountains Properties

Wisconsin Dells, WI (September 2019): We’re expanding an additional 130,000 square feet bringing the total available meeting space to 230,000 square feet. The space will include a new 56,000 sq.-ft. ballroom with will join the facility’s existing 20,560 sq.-ft. and 17,200 sq.-ft. ballrooms and all the amenities guests love!

Pocono Mountains, PA: In late 2019, Kalahari’s newest location will open an additional 134,000 square feet of space, bringing the total size of the convention facility to 234,000 square feet. The expansion will feature 21 new meeting rooms–resulting in 39 total meeting spaces. The resort will also be adding a 38,000 sq.-ft. ballroom and an additional 9,000 sq.-ft. junior ballroom to the existing ballroom and junior ballroom. New amenities will include an exclusive executive conference center for up to 400 guests, enormous pre-function spaces, enhanced loading capabilities, and substantial registration and client office areas. The resort recently opened “Phase II” of the property–bringing the on-site accommodations to nearly 1,000 rooms of various styles and two additional restaurants–Double Cut Charcoal Grill and Sortino’s Italian Kitchen.

Hosting an event at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions includes top-of-the-line meeting experiences, delicious dining options and an ability to personalize meeting to suit the needs of any group. Guests can access Kalahari’s award-winning amenities such as Spa Kalahari and Salon, Kalahari Fitness Centers, America’s Largest Indoor Waterparks, outdoor waterparks and more.

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