Welcome

Welcome to the "machine shop of America." Add some color to your life with a visit to Milwaukee. Outdoor enthusiasts will revel in the abundance of natural beauty near the heart of the city along the shores of Lake Michigan.

Downtown Milwaukee Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels in the downtown Milwaukee area. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Whether you are coming as a tourist or business traveler, Downtown Milwaukee Hotels offers great hotels in Milwaukee's downtown district!

Downtown Milwaukee Hotel Map

Featured Hotel:

Intercontinental Milwaukee
Intercontinental Milwaukee
Intercontinental Milwaukee Hotel is located in the heart of Milwaukee downtown…more

Additional Hotels:

Hotel Metro
411 East Mason Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202 US

Pfister Hotel Downtown
424 East Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53202 US

Residence Inn by Marriott Milwaukee Downtown
648 North Plankinton Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53203 US

Hampton Inn and Suites - Milwaukee
176 W Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53203 US

Best Western Inn Towne Hotel
710 N Old World 3rd Street
Milwaukee, WI 53203-2004 US

Hyatt Regency Milwaukee
333 West Kilbourn Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53203 US

Courtyard by Marriott Milwaukee Downtown
300 West Michigan Street
Milwaukee, WI 53203 US

Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown Lakeshore
916 East State Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202 US

Doubletree Hotel Milwaukee
611 West Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53203 US

Hilton Milwaukee River
4700 North Port Washington Road
Milwaukee, WI 53212 US

Knickerbocker on the Lake
1028 E Juneau Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53202 US

Intercontinental Milwaukee
139 East Kilbourn Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53203 US

Ramada Milwaukee City Centre
633 W. Michigan St
Milwaukee, WI 53203 US

About Milwaukee

Milwaukee is the state's largest city, its primary commercial and manufacturing center and one of its busiest ports, as well as a major grain market. Called the "machine shop of America," Milwaukee ranks among the nation's principal industrial cities and is a leader in the production of equipment for the generation and distribution of electrical power. Factories also manufacture motorcycles, mining machinery and combustion engines.

But what really has made Milwaukee famous is beer. Though other industries have dethroned the king since 1889, the brewing industry remains synonymous with the city. Besides the ubiquitous smell of malt in the air, associations with brewing are everywhere. Wealthy brewers and other industrialists built lavish houses, some of which have been converted to public museums. One of the nation's largest breweries has its headquarters in Milwaukee.

Although modern steel and glass high rises occupy much of the downtown area, Milwaukee's European heritage is evident in the design of some of the city's noteworthy buildings and residences. The blue-domed Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, a magnificent example of Byzantine architecture at 9400 W. Congress St., came from the drawing board of Frank Lloyd Wright. While the interior of the church is not open for tours, the exterior is more than worth a drive from any part of the city.

City Hall and Pabst Theater, both built in the 1890s in the Flemish Renaissance style, have been preserved carefully. Residents also embrace the return of a few old German cafes and beer gardens, where zither music is played and sauerbraten is served with the suds.