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Potawatomi Hotel & Casino - Milwaukee Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$136

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

1611 West Canal Street, Milwaukee - Map
 
 
"Awesome Hotel"
Stayed for 7 nights at the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino with my wife and this was one of the most enjoyable hotel stays ever. The check-in process was quick and easy. The woman at the counter either didn't have a sense of humor - or my joke was nowhere near as funny as it was in my head - but, she was professional, courteous and efficient. Our 17th floor room was awesome. The hotel is still fairly new and the room felt that way. Great beds for a hotel. The shower is fantastic and we loved the setup of the entire room, including the small fridge. The rooms are on the smaller side, but big enough. The hotel is in the industrial district, but the rooms are quiet. Only outside sound we heard all week was 1 train horn. Ordered room service once. Food was delivered on-time, hot, tasted good - and was overpriced, just like all hotels. The room service delivery person was also very friendly & professional. They have plenty of security staff on-duty and you do need a room card to use the elevator. The entire hotel and casino property feels very safe. There is abundant FREE parking in the garage and it's easy to get to. Would definitely stay here again. The casino was not our primary reason for the visit, but we did explore and gamble a little. The main casino floor is VERY smoky, any time of the day or night. The non-smoking areas are a “breath of fresh air”, but are much smaller and offer fewer games. The casino is a fun distraction, but if that’s your primary focus – go to Vegas.
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
Located in Downtown Milwaukee, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Harley-Davidson Museum and Marquette University …More
The Pfister Hotel - Milwaukee Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$203

The Pfister Hotel

424 E Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee - Map
 
 
"Old world elegance.."
Stayed at the Pfister on New Years eve. The hotel is very elegant, and the staff was very efficient, friendly, and well organized.
A Traveller
Opened in 1893, this grand dame of Milwaukee is set in the financial district, 3 blocks from the Lake Michigan waterfront …More
Hotel Metro - Milwaukee Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$247

Hotel Metro

411 E Mason St, Milwaukee - Map
 
 
"Classy Hotel with Art Deco Vibe"
Every convenience imaginable: Soaking tub with bath salts; bathrobe; luxury soaps; pristine linens; desk & seating area. All thoughtfully incorporated in historical decor with original art work.
A Traveller
Hotel Metro is a 5-minute walk from the Milwaukee River and Cathedral Square. Guests can walk 10 minutes to the Marcus Center …More
The Park East Hotel - Milwaukee Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Park East Hotel

916 East State Street, Milwaukee - Map
 
 
"Be wary of "lake view" upgrade"
When booking I chose the higher rate for a lake view. I confirmed upon checkin and was assured it was a lake view room. If I stood in the corner and leaned over a desk I could see a sliver of the lake. See photo below for my actual view. When I challenged at the front desk they explained that "lake view" was basically guarantee you wouldn't be on the other side with a view of the parking lot! Because it was booked through third party they could adjust the rate.
Traveller from Mo
Located in Downtown Milwaukee, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Betty Brinn Children's Museum and Milwaukee Art …More
The Brewhouse Inn & Suites - Milwaukee Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$229

The Brewhouse Inn & Suites

1215 N 10th Street, Milwaukee - Map
 
 
"BEAUTIFUL HOTEL"
We really enjoyed our stay at the Brewhouse INN & Suites. Really unique and interesting in every way. Only complaint was the breakfast and the charge for parking. It was not cheap by no means, to stay here, and for breakfast all we had was bagels,cold cereal, yogurt and fruit. Also, to charge us to park was terribly high and should have been included in the price of the hotel.
Traveller from Momence, IL
Located in Downtown Milwaukee, this boutique aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of Best Place at the Historic Pabst …More
AmericInn Hotel & Suites Delafield - Delafield Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

AmericInn Hotel & Suites Delafield

2412 Milwaukee St, Delafield - Map
 
 
Situated in Delafield, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Nagawaukee County Park and Beach and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Hawks …More
Astor Hotel - Milwaukee Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Astor Hotel

924 E Juneau Ave, Milwaukee - Map
 
 
"Location is everything!"
Safe, friendly, beautiful hotel! The staff found me a room and let me check in 4 hours early. They were incredibly friendly every time I asked questions. They even provided me with the shuttle driver's number for when I needed him the following morning, and a time I should call to be sure I get him. The location is absolutely perfect. I like to walk, and this hotel is centered in downtown Milwaukee. Walking distance to parks, the lake, shopping, etc. Even two grocery stores within a 3-block radius! They were willing to accommodate a third person for me, then I had to cancel that person last minute, and they were so forgiving, like it was nothing. The only things that were negatives were the TV did not work (entire hotel plus surrounding buildings) and they did not inform anyone; also the bathroom sink and toilet had large cracks in them. The room also was a bit small. Overall, I like to spend my vacay time away from the hotel room, but the time spent there was more than comfortable and an amazing price!
Traveller from Holland, Michigan
Located in Downtown Milwaukee, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Jewish Museum Milwaukee and Milwaukee Art Museum. BMO …More
The Kimpton Journeyman Hotel - Milwaukee Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Kimpton Journeyman Hotel

310 E Chicago St, Milwaukee - Map
 
 
Located in Downtown Milwaukee, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of ArtAsia Gallery, Milwaukee Art Museum, and BMO Harris …More
Days Inn and Suites Milwaukee - Milwaukee Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Days Inn and Suites Milwaukee

1840 N 6th St, Milwaukee - Map
 
 
"Days Inn - Milwaukee Revew"
Went to Milwaukee for a Brewers game & decided to stay closer to downtown. The location was a little debatable and there was not enough parking but parking was free and included. Since we came back from the game late we had to park out in the street so we were a little leary but everything turned out fine.
A Traveller
Located in Downtown Milwaukee, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Milwaukee Youth Arts Center and BMO Harris Bradley Center …More
The Plaza Hotel - Milwaukee Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Plaza Hotel

1007 N Cass Street, Milwaukee - Map
 
 
"Staff was very helpful!"
The Plaza Cafe and Diner was excellent for breakfast! Love the retro feel of the whole hotel! Very nice and safe neighborhood!!
Traveller from Michigan
Located in Downtown Milwaukee, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of St. John's Cathedral, Milwaukee Art Museum, and …More

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    New experiences are what fuel you; there’s just something about thrusting yourself into unknown territory and exploring it to the fullest that leaves you breathless. This quest for newness is what leads you to the Midwest. And in Milwaukee, you’ll saunter through the city gazing upon skyscrapers and marveling at the approachability of the locals and the accessibility of the city. Known for its breweries and picturesque views of Lake Michigan, there are an astounding number of things to do in Milwaukee within reach of Milwaukee hotels. And when you’re not touring the three rivers that run through town or cheering on the Milwaukee Brewers, you’ll be getting to know the streets and people that make Milwaukee feel less like a foreign city and more like your home away from home—a new feeling you’ll cherish.

    Things to Do in Milwaukee

    Although the town was nicknamed Beer City and is praised for its brewing culture, there’s more to see in Milwaukee than breweries. However, don’t cheat yourself by skipping out on a “hopping” good time. The city is home to some of the nation’s biggest brewers, including Pabst and Miller. If tasting flights and learning about yeast levels is of no interest to you, consider a visit to Pabst Mansion instead. The manor is the former home of Captain Frederick Pabst, one of America’s celebrated beer barons (and no, you cannot have the title of “beer baron”).

    After viewing grand staircases and sparkling chandeliers, get in touch with a different part of the city’s culture by spending your afternoon museum-hopping. From the detailed historical displays inside the Milwaukee Public Museum to the melodious motors and fiery decals of the Harley-Davidson Museum, there’s truly an exhibit for everyone in Beer City. But when you’re not listening to the soft purr of a V-Twin engine, you can close your eyes and take in the magnificent music of by the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra was founded in 1959, and since that time has used its cellos, violins, and piccolos to create performances that inspire audiences through their captivating harmonies and is a perfect addition to a stay at a one of the romantic hotels in Milwaukee.

    Eating and Drinking

    Milwaukee has long been hailed for its abundances of lagers, wheat beers, pale ales, and IPAs. And just as the city’s drink of choice is beer, there are a plethora of plates that have become signature dishes of Milwaukee. When you’re searching for places to stay in Milwaukee, hotels in Milwaukee will undoubtedly place you in close proximity to a restaurant that sells fried cheese curds. Sure, the dish is simple, but who wouldn’t love a piping hot deep-fried cheese ball bursting with delicious dairy? You are in America’s heartland, after all.

    For those looking to further taste their way through Milwaukee, head to Westown. This neighborhood was heavily influenced by German immigrants, and still celebrates its European roots. Stroll through the streets in search of the best bratwurst—but be prepared to stop by the Old German Beer Hall afterward to recount your experience with locals while sipping on a cold one.

    And if you’re really looking to see what makes the city so grand, you can’t leave without trying a frozen custard. Don’t ask for ice cream or inquire about frozen yogurt, because no one will understand what you’re looking for—they couldn’t possibly fathom that you’re not familiar with the sweet treat so many residents of Wisconsin grew up with. Unlike standard ice cream, the icy dessert is made with eggs, in addition to cream and sugar, making it richer, thicker, and creamier than your standard fare. You can find frozen custard all over the city, but you’ll know a good stand when you walk by and see dozens of locals lined up for the sweet treat—even in the dead of winter.

    Green Spaces Galore

    After feasting on local fare and tasting your way through town, you’ll need to walk off your newly ingested delights—and there’s no better place to do so than at Lakeshore State Park. The residents of this city are very active, which is something you’ll notice as you step outside your Milwaukee lodging and watch as dozens of bicyclists and joggers make their way down the street. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Lakeshore State Park offers stunning views of the calm, dark water and is the perfect destination to squeeze in your own exercise.

    The park features nearly 2 miles of hiking and biking trails, and a variety of beach areas where you can gain access to kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddleboard rentals. Whether you decide to push off shore and view the city from water, or lounge on a lawn inside the 22 acres of parkland, you’ll create dreamy memories of Wisconsin while breathing in the fresh Midwestern air.

    Day Trips from Milwaukee

    There are two day trips that will be most worthwhile from Milwaukee. For explorers looking to immerse themselves in a small town full of personality, journey 120 miles north to the city of Green Bay. This city is famous for its legendary football team, and as such is bursting with hometown pride. The sense of contentment in Green Bay is apparent when you stroll through its botanical garden and watch its citizens smiling with satisfaction at bulbs and blooms, as well as when you traipse through the Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo and witness locals snapping photos and laughing in delight.

    Alternatively, if you’re looking to explore another large Midwestern city, Chicago lies 92 miles south of Milwaukee. In the Windy City you’ll enjoy cheering on the Cubs at Wrigley field or biting into a piping hot slice of deep-dish pizza, all before laughing until your sides ache at an improv performance. Whether you decide to roam to Green Bay in the north or Chicago in the south, you’ll be glad to know where to stay in Milwaukee once you return.

    Brewing Something Special

    Although your craving for new experiences has been satisfied, you’re now left with a different dilemma: having to leave Milwaukee. But before you go, reflect on what it took to travel to this special Midwestern place, and how effortless it was to reserve cheap hotels in Milwaukee with the aid of Travelocity. Wondering if you’re making the right decision to return home, you’re comforted knowing that you can return anytime. That’s the thing about new places—they quickly become familiar and their people are willing to welcome you back any time to one of the classic boutique hotels in Milwaukee. Perhaps what you love most about newness is the familiarity that eventually comes as a result of it.

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