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Must Visit Historic Hotels in Milwaukee

Milwaukee, Wisconsin is a city that is quickly booming into a must-see spot for tourists as they travel through the Midwest. Located on Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is a city of history, holding many buildings of both old and new, giving visitors a glimpse into the rich history of the city. Milwaukee’s history provides many places to stay while visiting the most iconic attractions, allowing you to fully experience the city on your next trip. Cover Image by: Dalibor M, Flikr Images.

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    The Brewhouse Inn & Suites

    The Brewhouse Inn & Suites

    Built from a once functional 19th-century brewery, this hotel houses many unique features.

  • 2.

    The Iron Horse Hotel

    The Iron Horse Hotel

    Maintaining a cool, industrial feel among its luxury, this hotel is perfect for motorcycle enthusiasts.

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    Knickerbocker on the Lake

    Knickerbocker on the Lake

    This Classic Revival hotel represents the rich history of Milwaukee.

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    Ambassador Hotel

    Ambassador Hotel

    An iconic neon rooftop sign lights up the sky, making it hard to miss when touring the city.

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    The Pfister Hotel

    The Pfister Hotel

    Built in 1893 in the style of European hotels, the Pfister features Romanesque Revival design.

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    The Plaza Hotel

    The Plaza Hotel

    The Plaza Hotel highlights the best of art deco architecture in the heart of Milwaukee.

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    Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Downtown

    Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Downtown

    Experience downtown Milwaukee from this hotel renovated from the Loyalty Building on Broadway.

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