Your booking experience in Milwaukee
Budget hotels in Milwaukee
Proximity to public transport
Motel 6 Oak Creek Wi is conveniently situated 1.9 miles from General Mitchell International airport.
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you're planning your first trip to Milwaukee, consider staying in the city center in the hotels like Hilton Milwaukee City Center and Intercontinental Milwaukee. Enjoy your vacation in Milwaukee by choosing Best Western Plus Milwaukee Airport Hotel & Conference Center in North Milwaukee district.
Select a hotel next to War Memorial Center, such as Astor Hotel with a room rate 107US$ per night.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
An upscale choice in Milwaukee is The Iron Horse Hotel, a posh option with a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a patio. The 3-star Aloft Milwaukee Downtown is a boutique hotel that offers a relaxing ambience and proximity to parks and a river. Chain hotels include the 3-star Radisson Hotel Milwaukee Airport, with fantastic features including a picnic area, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
North Farwell Apartment is a cozy apartment only 15 minutes' walk from Bradford Beach. 1639-Far-108 is a standard B&B that is a 15-minute walk from Vogel Mansion. If you're on a business trip, consider staying at Holiday Inn Milwaukee Riverfront, a conveniently situated 3-star business hotel. Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Park Place is a popular resort with free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course for an unforgettable stay.
Milkaukee re-discovers traditions of yesterday for today.
In the city the modern skyscrapers of its downtown share the skyline with old architecture of the 19th century, while the legendary Harley Davidson, the dream of all bikers, traces its illustrious history to its origins in Milwaukee.
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A passion for heavy motorcycles, speed and cold German beer is in the blood of Milwaukee’s citizens. The city is grounded in both German and American cultures since the Germans forced out the French fur traders to establish breweries in the 1890s.
Today Milwaukee remains a cluster of neighborhoods around Lake Michigan. But these are more than the sum of its parts, but a treasure of the city's long gone days. For a dose of the city's early heritage you should take a stroll of the Old World Third Street to enjoy cobbled streets and antique shops, while a gateway to America's culture is the Black Holocaust Museum.
Other attractions include;
- US Bank Center, the tallest building in the state built in 1973
- Hoan Bridge, an arch bridge on the Milwaukee River
- Pabst Mansion, the Flemish Renaissance Revival Mansion of Captain Frederick Pabst, famous beer baron
- City Hall, a symbol of the Milwaukee's large German population
- Milwaukee County Zoo, the best zoo in America with 2500 animals on 200 acres of land
Milwaukee is famous for more than its attractions, but parties. It is even ranked as The City of Festivals being a home to the world famous music festival Summerfest traditionally held in late June.
Milwaukee’s cultural scene is so vibrant that you won't be able to let it pass you by. In addition, the city may seem a real paradise for sport enthusiasts. You may entertain yourself with hockey, basketball at The Bradley Center. Ice skating usually takes place in the Pettit National Ice Center, an Olympic training center, while golf opportunities are the richest in the city. It is home to 16 county courses and 55 public courses not to mention its 10 private golf clubs.
From sport competitions, wow-worthy parties to sightseeing, there is something for everyone in Milwaukee. Booked.net can make an experience in the city become a reality if you consult our website.