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New Hotels in Milwaukee

Explore exciting new hotels in Milwaukee, built from the ground up or refurbishing some of the city’s beloved historical buildings.

Brewhouse Inn & Suites
The interior design of the Brewhouse Inn & Suites incorporates many original elements of the building.

At the Brewhouse Inn & Suites (opened April 2013), Milwaukee’s celebrated beer heritage is reflected in the conversion of two former Pabst Brewery complex buildings in downtown Milwaukee. The interior design incorporates many original elements of the building including a large stained glass window featuring a picture of the legendary beer icon King Gambrinus, original copper brewing kettles, winding wrought-iron staircases and a large skylight in the atrium mezzanine area. Jackson’s Blue Ribbon Pub serves up Milwaukee favorite pub favorites and brews. In June 2013 the Brewhouse Inn & Suites was listed in the top 5 “out-of-the-box” adaptive-reuse projects by

The nine-story Milwaukee Marriott Downtown (opened June 2013) is a unique blend of preserved 19th-century buildings and new construction. The hotel has 205 tastefully decorated guest rooms, 9,000 square feet of meeting space (including 5,200 sq. ft. ballroom) and a top floor Lakeview Suite with views out toward Lake Michigan. The onsite restaurant boasts a menu of Wisconsin-sourced artisan meats, cheeses and craft beer. The lobby features a library lined with books guests can read and upstairs is the Marriott Concierge Lounge with a business center, breakfast and views out over Wisconsin Avenue.

Newly opened in 2014, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, a 20-story hotel adjacent to the casino, serves as a new icon in the Menomonee Valley. The hotel has 381 rooms, a full-service spa and exercise area, a casual-dining-restaurant, a lobby bar/lounge and meeting space. This sleek hotel features refined furniture and fixtures throughout, redefining style and comfort.

These new properties are great additions to Milwaukee’s vibrant selection of hotels – try something new and book your stay today!



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