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3.5/57 Reviews
Milwaukee|2.45km from downtown
I went to Potawatomi Hotel and ****** this last weekend (6/13/2020) for my first trip since the COVID-19 Pandemic started. I was never in fear for my health or safety with the measures they have taken to prevent the spread. If anything, I think they are maybe too restrictive. I was able to set up 2 sessions, 5-8PM and 9-Midnight. We had a hotel room, corner suite, and it was absolutely beautiful...very clean, nice room! The staff puts a sticker over the key slot so you know it is clean prior to entering, there is a safe in the room if you want to store your valuables. I really like how the elevators are setup for the hotel. You need a key card to swipe to even use the elevator to get up to the rooms. As for the ****** itself, you have to wait in line to get screened first before going in. Once you get in, you have to use your player's card or email on your phone with your reservation to get in. It took us about 15-20 minutes after our session started to get in. Once inside the ****** was VERY clean, probably the cleanest I've ever seen it, no smoke smell either as there is no smoking currently INSIDE Potawatomi ****** or Hotel, although they did have a designated smoking area outside near the theater. Keep in mind you will need to wear a mask during the current COVID restrictions. Every other machine is turned off and they have dividers between each of the slots. None of the table games were in operation and I believe the most that could have been in the ****** during my sessions was 400-500 people max (including staff). My bankroll for this trip was $750, I play $3-$5+ a spin. The slots felt normal, not overly tight, not overly loose. I did have a few decent wins, after my first session I was up about $250, after the second session I was down about $150. I felt rushed as there was a time limit on how long I could play, which probably contributed to my overall session...on a normal trip I can spend 6-8 hours easily playing. All the restaurants were closed to in-person dining, however they had RuYi and the Fire Pit Sports bar open for carryout only. The orders need to be placed at least 45 minutes before your session ends to ensure you get it. Both had limited menus, and were average for ****** dining price wise. My wife got beef and Broccoli, I got chicken fried rice, both were substantial portions and cost $28 total. All self serve beverage stations were off, as well as drinking fountains during my visit...although there was cocktail staff available for drinks, including alcohol. A Coors light was $4.25, mixed drinks are more expensive. Overall, I was happy with my visit, however I will not be returning again until they relax COVID restrictions. I did not care for the wait getting in, additionally I had to wait again for my second session even though I had not left the hotel during my stay. I think they should allow hotel guests unlimited sessions during their stay and not make them leave while they clean fo
FromUS$359
4/5Very Good7 Reviews
Milwaukee|2.87km from downtown
A short distance from downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and located near Marquette University, this restored boutique Art Deco hotel offers elegant accommodations, state-of-the-art amenities and free shuttle service to popular attractions. The Ambassador Hotel is situated close to a number of area points of interest, including the Bradley Center, home to professional basketball's Bucks. The Milwaukee Public Museum, the Art Museum and the downtown convention center are also easily accessible with nearby Interstate 94. A variety of thoughtful amenities are available at the Ambassador, including free Wi-Fi internet access, state-of-the-art fitness facilities and on-site dining options. Guests can also enjoy spacious guestrooms furnished with flat-screen TVs and ample workspace.
FromUS$129
5/5Perfect12 Reviews
Milwaukee|0.77km from downtown
Satisfied with a stay experience. The hotel room is large, the facilities are very clean and complete, the breakfast is also good, it is inexplicable and several taxes are collected at checkout, parking charges are not convenient.
FromUS$197
4.5/5Excellent17 Reviews
Milwaukee|0.92km from downtown
Very old-fashioned hotel in the city center, parking is a little expensive, opposite the public parking lot, ask the waiter how much parking fees, actually do not know the answer, do not take the initiative to load and unload luggage, this is a bad review.
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Pere Marquette Park hotels Review

3.5/57 Reviews
I went to Potawatomi Hotel and ****** this last weekend (6/13/2020) for my first trip since the COVID-19 Pandemic started. I was never in fear for my health or safety with the measures they have taken to prevent the spread. If anything, I think they are maybe too restrictive. I was able to set up 2 sessions, 5-8PM and 9-Midnight. We had a hotel room, corner suite, and it was absolutely beautiful...very clean, nice room! The staff puts a sticker over the key slot so you know it is clean prior to entering, there is a safe in the room if you want to store your valuables. I really like how the elevators are setup for the hotel. You need a key card to swipe to even use the elevator to get up to the rooms. As for the ****** itself, you have to wait in line to get screened first before going in. Once you get in, you have to use your player's card or email on your phone with your reservation to get in. It took us about 15-20 minutes after our session started to get in. Once inside the ****** was VERY clean, probably the cleanest I've ever seen it, no smoke smell either as there is no smoking currently INSIDE Potawatomi ****** or Hotel, although they did have a designated smoking area outside near the theater. Keep in mind you will need to wear a mask during the current COVID restrictions. Every other machine is turned off and they have dividers between each of the slots. None of the table games were in operation and I believe the most that could have been in the ****** during my sessions was 400-500 people max (including staff). My bankroll for this trip was $750, I play $3-$5+ a spin. The slots felt normal, not overly tight, not overly loose. I did have a few decent wins, after my first session I was up about $250, after the second session I was down about $150. I felt rushed as there was a time limit on how long I could play, which probably contributed to my overall session...on a normal trip I can spend 6-8 hours easily playing. All the restaurants were closed to in-person dining, however they had RuYi and the Fire Pit Sports bar open for carryout only. The orders need to be placed at least 45 minutes before your session ends to ensure you get it. Both had limited menus, and were average for ****** dining price wise. My wife got beef and Broccoli, I got chicken fried rice, both were substantial portions and cost $28 total. All self serve beverage stations were off, as well as drinking fountains during my visit...although there was cocktail staff available for drinks, including alcohol. A Coors light was $4.25, mixed drinks are more expensive. Overall, I was happy with my visit, however I will not be returning again until they relax COVID restrictions. I did not care for the wait getting in, additionally I had to wait again for my second session even though I had not left the hotel during my stay. I think they should allow hotel guests unlimited sessions during their stay and not make them leave while they clean fo
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FromUS$359
5/511 Reviews
If you want a really great stay with wonderful accommodations, great staff, and just an overall great hotel with great atmosphere definitely stay at the Iron Horse. The ambiance in the hotel is top notch, the bedding was very comfortable and the room was spacious and clean. Nice little bar in the hotel is a plus at the end of a day. We will definitely come back to the Iron horse for our next Milwaukee visit.
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FromUS$295
4.4/510 Reviews
The hotel is beautiful. There were three Wedding groups the weekend we were there. We enjoyed the history of the building but it wasn't worth the high price tag for staying here. You could see most everything the hotel history has to offer in the lobby and on the 2nd (?) floor where the beer vats were. We wanted to stay in an area with lots of brewery activity within walking distance. We were lead to believe by one of the staff members there was a lot of breweries with walking distance because they were "downtown". ( We were there during Covid so none of theaters or basketball arena were open) There was one really, really nice Brewery called Milwaukee Brewing Company a few blocks away. Captain Pabst Pilot house next door was closed inside because a Wedding reserved the venue. Their bar, Jackson's Blue Ribbon Pub was closed. Lots going on Downtown Milwaukee. If you are in Milwaukee for activity and Breweries, stay downtown. However, it was a cheap $12.00 Uber ride downtown. They don't have parking associated with the hotel but there is a parking garage near by. There isn't in/out privileges. If you want to Valet the cost is $30. We would not recommend this area if you want to enjoy Milwaukee's brew Pubs even though it is called the Brewing district. It is named that because Pabst use to own 17 blocks in the area and not that there a lot of Breweries. Overall, we were disappointed but gave it three stars because we like the history and the beauty of the hotel.
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FromUS$259
4.4/510 Reviews
While I dislike having to negatively review a business, especially a locally owned and operated small business, I feel it is necessary for this establishment. My intent is to warn others so that this sort of thing does not happen to anyone else. Where to begin... Quarantine. After being locked up for several weeks, my boyfriend and I decided it was time to get out of Chicago for a night. We felt Milwaukee would be a nice change of scenery and that staying in a bed and breakfast would not only be romantic and something different, but also a safe choice when it comes to lodging. We called the B&B on our way up to inquire about a room and pricing. The pricing for this room was over $200. We could have stayed downtown in a four star hotel for half that amount, so naturally we asked if there would be a discount on price. Red Flag #1 - we were abruptly told NO as if we had offended the owner- we were also told that we could not arrive before 3pm – this was in response to our comment that we would arrive in about an hour (at 2:40 pm). Okay, a little weird not to let us arrive 20 minutes early but not the biggest deal. We ended up arriving at 2:50 pm, which the owner later said was a problem for her. Red Flag #2 - the neighborhood. The mansion is not in a charming, historical setting as displayed on the website. To be blunt, it's in a rough, run-down neighborhood. This is not an area where you can leisurely stroll around the block. The minute we pulled up we had concerns. Red Flag #3 - the mansion itself is cluttered and feels unclean. We were given an “upgrade” on our room, but honestly I think it was probably because it was the only room clean. Or so we thought... Red Flag #4 - after grabbing carryout from a restaurant downtown, we walked into the dining room to find the owner’s cat sitting on the dining table as the owners sat nearby. The guest kitchen was dirty. There was no free bottled water as advertised on the website. It was tap water from an old, rusty sink, although apparently it has a water purification system. After we filled up our glasses before heading up to bed, we looked down to see a dead bug floating in one of them. Now to the best (or worst) part - Red Flag #5 and the reason why I am writing this. After dinner, we laid on the bed and watched tv for an hour or so until we noticed the bugs. Yes, plural...BUGS. They were crawling on my pillow. We killed and disposed of one bug but then noticed more crawling in the decorative bed pillows. This was our breaking point. We no longer felt comfortable staying there. So we drove all the way back to Chicago late at night. We sent the owner an email when we left explaining what happened. We were not angry or demanding in our email. The next day she called and was very defensive about the situation. Now here is the most important part, my boyfriend has bug bites all over his hands, arms, and the back of his head. More than a dozen bites. All the parts of his
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FromUS$120
5/511 Reviews
not bad. After all, the price is here. The decoration of this level is very similar, mainly depending on the geographical location.
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FromUS$360
4.5/510 Reviews
I booked 5 nights at the Garden Inn in a 1 king bed corner room. I didn't check in physically but used the digital room key from the Hilton app, which worked out smoothly. As such, I didn't get a room upgrade though, as a Gold member. Originally when I looked at the room rate, it was extremely high due to the DNC scheduled to take place in town that week. However, once the event was downscaled and mostly converted to a virtual event, the hotel released a lot of rooms and the rate dropped to a very reasonable $107 per night, including taxes. My room was spacious and did indeed offer a decent city view from the corner of the building. There was no breakfast onsite, and I think their restaurant was mostly closed. There was a small market with some basic stuff like drinks and snacks, but otherwise nothing really on site in terms of dining or anything. The room also had no mini bar, but there was a fridge and a microwave at least. The TV in the room was good, and with a lot of channels, and the Wi-Fi also worked well, although you had to "renew" it and login again once every 24 hours, which was a little annoying. The building itself was really nice and beautiful - and in a very central location in the city. Overall a good no-frills stay!
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FromUS$180
4.5/510 Reviews
When I travel I like to look for hotels that have some character to them as well as first-class amenities, and Homewood Suites hit every note. The building highlights neat historical details like exposed beam ceilings and original brick walls, original or reclaimed wood floors, and interesting memorabilia on display. Plus the rooms are large, the amenities plentiful and the staff welcoming and friendly.
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FromUS$178
4.5/517 Reviews
Very old-fashioned hotel in the city center, parking is a little expensive, opposite the public parking lot, ask the waiter how much parking fees, actually do not know the answer, do not take the initiative to load and unload luggage, this is a bad review.
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FromUS$235
4.4/510 Reviews
I was recently at the hotel for an event held on March 12, 2020. The valet team--Mike, Adam, and Van--were just incredible. They helped me load my car up with items from our booth at the event, brought the car around, even were going to offer me information for things to do/places to visit in the city, but I was already familiar with the area. They were super friendly, professional, and courteous. They went above and beyond the call of duty. My experience was so amazing because of the staff at Milwaukee Marriott Downtown.
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FromUS$269
4/510 Reviews
I stayed at Hotel Metro last December & January for a period of three weeks. I was there for Christmas. This hotel is really a lovely place to stay. The rooms are large, and, despite being in the midst of renovations, very comfortable. The staff are wonderful & everyone is pleasant. I had to extend my stay two times, and the staff could not have been more helpful. I would like to thank everyone, particularly Jen & Donna at reception, Mario & Max on valet & Elena from housekeeping, who ensured that I didn't forget my things, when I had to move rooms. Michael in the restaurant looked after me well. This is a welcoming & comfortable hotel, to say nothing of the great art deco foyer. I look forward to returning & highly recommend to everyone.
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FromUS$328
5/511 Reviews
Close to the stadium, convenient for train station
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FromUS$209
4.5/55 Reviews
My girlfriend and I have stayed at Manderley multiple times over the past few years and we love it. The hosts are such welcoming, kind people. The house is beautiful and comfortable. We miss Rufus, their SharPei, who they had taught to hop up and open a curtain from the kitchen as an adorable greeting. RIP Rufus. The cost is low enough that it's totally worth it to just stay for an evening during a trip up to a concert or similar. We always enjoy the breakfasts and visiting the chickens out back. And how can you go wrong with fresh baked cookies left out for you??? I can't think of a thing to complain about. There is nothing wrong with the neighborhood, despite what a couple others here said... It's a city! It's true there isn't a ton of stuff to do in the immediate vicinity, but I've walked to the general downtown area many times from here and it's been just fine. Exercise is good for you, or if you can't walk use Uber/Lyft.
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FromUS$229
5/512 Reviews
Satisfied with a stay experience. The hotel room is large, the facilities are very clean and complete, the breakfast is also good, it is inexplicable and several taxes are collected at checkout, parking charges are not convenient.
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FromUS$197
5/55 Reviews
We did a lot of research and went with the Drury Plaza mainly because of the GREAT light dinners that they have for FREE! Beverages too! The entire hotel is spanking new and super clean, but what was by far the most delightful aspect of this establishment was the outstanding kindness of every single staff person that we encountered. Seriously, every person was just so nice. This is so rare in the hospitality industry, typically there are a few disgruntled (or overworked and under paid) employees in every place you go. Not here, all very kind and positive. During our last (FREE) breakfast, hubby quipped, "Where do they get all of these nice people, is there some happy farm from which they recruit them?" Beyond the great experience here, the location was perfect, easy parking garage attached, loved the spacious hot tub-that works well, and the rooms are well appointed, our basic room came with a very comfortable lounge chair. The ONLY thing that we would have wanted is a safe in the rooms, to lock up valuables (lap top and such) with you on your travel excursion. We definitely will be back. Love Milwaukee and the Drury Plaza. Special Thanks to Chris @ the front desk. You guys are quite an amazing team!
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FromUS$280
4.4/510 Reviews
This was my first trip to Milwaukee and when my colleagues said to book Residence in Milwaukee- I did. And then it turns out there is also another in another town close by also called Residence Milwaukee (weird). Why I didn’t switch to the other hotel- 1) when I entered the lobby I was greeted by Sherida (sp?). Even with a mask on- she was all smiles. She was thorough in explaining the Covid policy at the hotel and let me know that each room goes through three cleanings before check in. She offered me water and went out of her way to help me find a salon to get my nails done- calling two to see availability and writing down a few others in the area. My room was very big- with tall ceilings- great lighting and a view over the river. I settled in easily and decided to stay. I stayed for 4 nights and the staff here was very pleasant and Sherida was always pleasant- you could see she loves her job and other guests appreciated her professionalism and positivity as well. I typically travel quite a bit for business and pleasure and this was my first trip since March since Covid restrictions. Food in Milwaukee I thought was meh- but the area around the hotel has some nice spots for sitting outside and walking around. The Harley museum isn’t far from here and was the highlight of a trip I thought would be all business. I’d highly recommend this location for walkability, cleanliness and staff. Thank you for making a usually bland work trip- enjoyable.
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FromUS$200
4.5/514 Reviews
King bed room. The room is much smaller than the Hilton City Center in the next few days. The facilities in public places are also lower. Fortunately, there are some business trips.
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FromUS$189
4/510 Reviews
This place should be an easy A list destination - no pun intended. The location is good - it has the Marriott family name going for it - so why were we disappointed? For a few reasons. When we checked in on New Year's Eve we were informed the lobby bar was closed and would not open for the night. On New Year's Eve - really? Not that we were going to spend the night at the bar - but it got a mention in the local press for being a fun place to start the evening. One mark down. An inquiry to the front desk staff about a good place to go for a drink before dinner was not helpful - they pulled out a phone and started looking - saying they were new to the area. We could do that - 2 marks down. We did walk to dinner - not a bad stroll to a famous steakhouse - and would have taken the river walk if it was warmer. As mentioned earlier - good location. We got back to the room for a midnight toast - only to be told to turn the music down at 12:15 . It seems Auld Lang Syne on a small Bluetooth speaker was disruptive to someone - this the same place that had a dog barking every time we walked by another room on our floor. Getting asked to turn the music down at a hotel is nothing new to us - but it is usually at 2:00 AM when there is a room full of rowdies with a sound system way too powerful for the space. This scene had none of that - just 2 couples toasting in the New Year - we wrote it off to the music must have upset the dog. The next morning we were greeted in the lobby by a crowd of folks - I thought a convention was checking in. Turns out is was the line waiting for valet service. We paid $34 for the hotel to park our car (when we could have parked in a local overnight lot for $17 - that is our bad) but the wait to get our car was more annoying than the cost. We were told it would be 20 minutes - but ended up being close to an hour - just to have our car delivered. We were also told there was a breakfast place an easy walk away - so we tried to find it while we waited for the car. A search while we were walking showed the nearest place to be a mile away. It seemed the whole staff was new to the area. But - the place did have good points. The lobby fireplace was a nice place to hang out - the rooms were nice, and clean - the shower was modern - and the river-walk was convenient. These really don't offset the bad vibes created by the other points - so my suggestion is this is more of a C+loft hotel.
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FromUS$199
4.8/510 Reviews
We stayed a night at “the Muse” in the Julia room for our first anniversary! Hosts Mary Ellen and Andrew sent us an extensive email detailing everything to expect during our stay including the door key code, where our keys were, what time breakfast would be, how to find our room, highly reviewed restaurants in the area (we ate at Santino’s Little Italy), and they even gave us their cell number to text if we needed anything! We were most impressed by the safety measures “the Muse” had taken to ensure a very safe stay including social distancing measures, hand sanitizer at every entrance, private breakfast at an agreed on time, high temperature sanitation for laundry and dishes, plastic-wrapped singe serve food and drink amenities, and even a clear cover on the TV remote! Mary Ellen wore a mask and gloves as she made and served breakfast while social distancing from us in the meantime. The room and lounge areas were beautiful and very comfortable. Breakfast was INCREDIBLE. Anybody looking for a quaint, CLEAN, romantic B&B in the MKE area should stay here!
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FromUS$129
4.2/510 Reviews
We visited Milwaukee in February and stayed at the Marriott Downtown and enjoyed it immensely. Well-appointed rooms and it will be hosting a VIP delegation this summer during the Democratic National Convention. Harrison, one of the Front Office managers made special efforts to enhance our stay. The Streetcar tour was a real highlight of our visit, along with the lobster dinner at the City Market.
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FromUS$199
4.5/55 Reviews
We stayed at the Cambria Hotel in downtown Milwaukee on Choice points. I was extremely happy with the property. It's location is within walking distance to shopping, dining and the Riverside Theater. The rooms are spacious and well laid out and had comfortable beds and nice linens. The bathroom was good sized and had a great shower head. The bar has good food and delicious drinks. The bartender (I'm sorry but I can't remember her name) was so nice and super efficient. While we were in the bar having a drink the gentleman from the front desk went out the door with someone else to smoke and stood there with the door open. It was in single digits and everyone in the lounge area didn't appreciate the door being left open. The parking is limited and somewhat confusing. The hotel owns part of a lot and the other lot is owned by someone else and you can only be parked there until 8am. Luckily we were able to get a spot in the hotel's lot but it took going back into the hotel to make sure we were in the right place. All in all it was a great stay and I can't wait to come back.
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FromUS$244
5/511 Reviews
The service was fabulous, the “Butler” checked in with me Via text to see is I needed anything. I ordered in room dining, they told me they were busy and it might be an hour, it was less than 30 minutes.
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FromUS$379
4/510 Reviews
Well, this was one very interesting experience. I got there a little after 8:00pm on a Saturday night and was amazed by the hotel. It looks beautiful on the outside. The parking lot is large and the hotel is huge. I grabbed my two bags and walked in to the lobby to be greeted by no one. I waited at the front desk for about 9 minutes, when finally a receptionist came around. Her name was Kris. She was nice and polite but was swamped with all the guests coming in. There was a big 5K run this weekend and a soccer tournament, so the hotel was flooding with guests. I was surprised Kris was alone at the desk. I checked in and she gave me my room key. I mentioned that I am an IHG Rewards member and she told me that they took it into the account. I took my bags and took the elevator to the 2nd floor. I found my room but when I tried to use the key, it didn't work. I tried a few times and then decided to head back downstairs. As I came down I noticed a couple waiting to check in. Once again no one was at the desk and they waited for a little while. Since no one was coming around we started calling the hotel phone to see if anyone will come. Kris finally came back and was surprised when she saw me. I told her the key isn't working and showed her the room number that she wrote. She re activated the key and I headed back upstairs with all my bags, once again. Well, that's when it got interesting. I definitely didn't expect what I saw in the room. I had to head back downstairs and ran into the couple I was waiting with at check in by the elevator. They asked me if the key worked and I said "It worked alright, but there are people in the room." Yea, there were definitely people living there with their clothes all over the bed and shoes on the floor. So I went up to Kris and told her what happened. I had to repeat myself twice. She looked at the computer and said well that's not your room and gave me a key to room 203. Well, it's not my fault she wrote the wrong room number in the first place. The rest of the night went much smoother. I explored the fitness center and hung out at the bar while waiting for food. I went back upstairs to my room. Let me tell you, the room was spacious with huge TV, beautiful painting, a bunch of lamps and a great bathroom. Everything was going great until I was ready to go to bed. Well, the heater kept making the crackling noise. I tuned it off completely and it still made the noise. For half the night I was trying to make music out of that annoying noise, debating if I should switch rooms. I finally fell asleep. In the morning, I head to head out around 8:15am to get to my 5K race. I stopped by the desk and got a breakfast coupon. I went to the bar and asked them for an apple juice since it was too early for me to eat breakfast. A nice woman by the name of Deneece gave me apple juice and a straw. As I was waiting there, her co worker came up saying to her "I don't understand why people think they can get free food." Well, I a
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FromUS$169
5/512 Reviews
Hotel location comparison center, you can walk to Lake Michigan and the Sailing Art Museum, the hotel can also cook, clean, more suitable for a family trip, next to the big supermarket, shopping is also very convenient, is very good
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FromUS$140
4.5/55 Reviews
don’t even know where to begin; 1st the photos don’t do this hits justice! The cleanliness, the lighting , the floors and the list goes on!! The room was absolutely stunning , the security was above and beyond anything I’ve ever experienced. We felt safe and secure and confident that we were protected. The valet was evening amazing, tho we didn’t utilize it he was friendly and inviting. I can’t say enough about this hotel. We will for sure be staying here again!!!!!!
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FromUS$266
3/514 Reviews
The location is good, in the city center, very close to the Bucks' home stadium, walking distance. The front desk staff was welcoming and felt at home. The room was clean and comfortable, and the breakfast was good.
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FromUS$170
4.5/511 Reviews
Good hotel on the way
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FromUS$265
4/511 Reviews
The quilt, the pillow is very comfortable. But the sheets didn't seem to change. The room is a bit small. Good location, 19 minutes walk from the seafood market. It would be better if you can pay attention to hygiene.
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FromUS$309
4/512 Reviews
It away a good experience when i go sometimes things can get out of hand tho overall ok place an beside so.e rooms smell mildewed or had wet carpet
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FromUS$72