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Hotels & Accomodations in Milwaukee

...from campgrounds to bed & breakfasts, motor lodges to full-service resorts. You'll find the property that best fits your needs and experience Milwaukee’s Genuine American hospitality.

Park East Hotel
Located in the historic east side of downtown Milwaukee with beautiful views of Lake Michigan. Featuring 159 contemporary guest rooms & suites.
Offering complimentary downtown shuttle service, free parking, complimentary continental breakfast buffet, 24 hour fitness club, business lounge, an outside deck overlooking Lake Michigan and the downtown skyline.

Pfister Hotel
The Pfister Hotel opened in 1893 as the "Grand Hotel of the West," and and has hosted nearly every president since William McKinley as well as dignitaries, entertainers and celebrities from around the world.

The Washington House Inn
The Washington House Inn offers the finest bed and breakfast accommodations in the heart of historic Cedarburg, capturing all the charm of the past while providing all the luxuries of today.
Each of the thirty-four guest rooms feature private baths and antique furniture. Most rooms have whirlpool baths and king or queen beds, while some offer over-sized whirlpools for two and fireplaces. The perfect place for leisure or business travel awaits you.

The Pfister Hotel
The Pfister Hotel



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