Authentic Boldness of Kohler with Plush Old-World Charm

Kohler turned its 100 years old community house into a plush hotel with all the gracious attractions!

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The Kohler American Club in Wisconsin is a luxury resort born out of company housing. The Kohler family proudly developed this sprawling property in 1918. In 1980 this was transformed into a luxurious and indulgent abode and has earned both Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond hotel ratings for its constant impeccable service. The Kohler American Club merges elegance and innovation to incorporate both traditionalism and cutting-edge technology in the quest to create a truly world-class experience. 

 

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For an uber-luxurious hotel, the serene spaces with in its rooms have to meet its world-class standards, and the property does so with a range of Kohler products. A spa-like ambiance reigns in the Kohler bathrooms at The American Club hotel with the WaterTile body spray and Ambient Rain overhead shower panels creating a naturally refreshingindulgent shower experience. The Fairfax bath faucet adds a perfect classic look to the bathtub and your Kohler bathroom.

 

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The ultra-deep soak tubs and Mariposa whirlpools with five adjustable jets, promise a bathingaffair like never before. The sleek design of the rectangular under-mount bathroom sink makes it seamlessly integrate with the rest of the space, and is complemented by the Falling Water faucet mounted on the wall – the perfect functional way to accessorize a bathroom sink and make it stand out. With its intelligently designed spaces and history that goes back more than a century, the American Club is the perfect mix of gracious hospitality and classic design. 

 

Kohler products are now available across all major countries of East and West Africa including Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mauritius, Madagascar, Nigeria, and Ghana. Contact us at  contact.africa@kohler.com or visit https://www.africa.kohler.com/contact-us

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