5 Reasons You Should Take Over Hotel Goodwin for Your Next Meeting

Meetings don’t have to be boring. There’s more to them than sipping burnt coffee from styrofoam cups and getting a free pen that doesn’t work. Meetings can actually be fun.

(We said what we said.)


Enter: The Hotel Goodwin takeover.



It’s anything but your typical meeting! You and your associates can have the entire hotel to yourselves. Not in, like, a Risky-Business-dance-scene way, but in a Home-Alone-2-ice-cream-sundae-in-bed kind of way; we’ll cater to your every need. And only yours.



You have free rein

When we say you have exclusive access to the hotel, we mean it. You’re the only ones sleeping, meeting, relaxing and dining within the walls of Hotel Goodwin, Velvet Buffalo and The Rooftop. Host your meetings on the rooftop, in guest suites, anywhere.



Small town, big amenities

Enjoy special on- or off-site activities and entertainment found only in Beloit, WI. Cross the riverwalk bridge and take a swing at Ironworks Golf Lab for virtual sports or golf lessons. Head to the Beloit Club for 18 holes of golf or pool-side relaxation. Or bring a live band or entertainer to The Rooftop at Hotel Goodwin and you’ll never have to leave!



A permanent “do not disturb” sign

You don’t have to worry about interruptions or distractions when you’re the only ones–other than staff, of course–in the building. Productivity will be at an all-time high.



Good food and good vibes

No more sub-par banquet-style catering! Velvet Buffalo, our on-site modern Italian restaurant, can create a personalized menu that includes all meals and snacks throughout your stay. And don’t forget: your group can dine in the restaurant, which has an incredible atmosphere, because it’s all yours.



Help! (You know I need someone)

As an added bonus, our dedicated event managers are here every step of the way to help plan, set up and execute your Hotel Goodwin takeover.


Sounds perfect, right? Contact our sales team to start planning your Hotel Goodwin takeover.


Stop dreading meetings. Start taking over hotels!