Hotels in West Allis start at $70 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Once upon a time, West Allis was known as North Greenfield, a station along the Chicago-Northwestern Railroad. But its story doesn't start when residents voted to rename the town in honor of milling maven Edward P. Allis. No, the West Allis story began when pioneers first came west during the mid-19th century to settle the lush forests that made southeastern Wisconsin such rich country. Soon, this former train stop became one of Milwaukee’s most coveted neighbors. Nowadays, farmers markets, Midwestern comfort food, and hotels in West Allis provide a charming refuge from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
Life is surprisingly quiet in this peaceful suburb, but it’s anything but sleepy, so take a rejuvenating breath of fresh air. No matter which of the West Allis hotels you decide to call your home away from home, make sure you pay a visit to McCarty Park on the south side of town. Kids will love the huge playground and pool, while you can relax by the duck pond, stroll the plentiful walking trails, or make like the Milwaukee River and slide into the pool.
And don't forget the Wisconsin State Fair Park and Expo Center, nestled north of downtown. This year-round entertainment venue puts on hundreds of events annually, so you can easily join a music festival or gardening expo without straying far from top dining options and hotels near West Allis, WI. Speaking of the local cuisine scene, you can taste the world in one small town, as West Allis is sprinkled with flavors from Italy to Peru in addition to all its Midwestern comfort food, like macaroni and cheese made with the best curds in the region.
The American Midwest awaits, and Travelocity has all the travel deals you’ll need to plan a dreamy getaway, from West Allis rental cars to airfare and hotels in Milwaukee —you never know when “Brew City” will woo you.