Hampton Inn & Suites Milwaukee Downtown
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We got up about 8:00 and went to breakfast in the lobby. It was quite a spread with cereal, yogurt, fruit, juices, omelets, bagel toppers, bacon, hot oatmeal, muffins and waffles. Derek and I got bagel toppers which were half a bagel with eggs, cheese, and bits of bacon on top. Larry got an omelet. After breakfast Derek had a shower etc. At 9:45 we …
We got up in time to have a great breakfast at Pleasant View B & B. Mike fixed our breakfast and served it in the dining room which had all windows facing the lake, a very "pleasant view." We had cinnamon french toast with a banana and strawberry sauce. Delicious! There was also two sausage patties, fruit cup, OJ and coffee (for Larry). After …
Today is the day: the day I leave for my 10 week study abroad term in London! My suitcases are packed: two of them for a total of about 100 lbs. That might seem like a bit too much but I'm going to be gone for 10 weeks, plus it's too late to unpack them now. My boarding pass is printed and I'll be leaving for the Chicago O'Hare ...
... little place that had burnt to the ground and recently reopened called the pizza man. We enjoyed some escargot and calamari followed by some very tasty pizza. Then onto Brady st for some drinks at Jo-cat's pub. All done and back to their place early enough to squeeze in a game of cards against humanity.
Dan and Derrick both had to work early, so we were up with them, Dan made us breakfast we were so ...
... car parks only instead of champagne and chicken, here they bring tables, chairs, even BBQs, games etc and make a whole day of it. The game was great to watch: cheerleaders, crowd involvement, fireworks or hone runs, people in giant sausage suits having a race, There were a few seats left with spectators numbering just over 37,000. Although the stadiums are impressive they aren't as large as what we're used ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Milwaukee Downtown
Mir gefällt dieses Hotel sehr. Es ist angenehm, sich in der Lobby aufzuhalten. Das ist genau das, was ich von einem Hotel erwarte, ohne dass man den Preis wie in einem Fünf-Sterne-Hotel bezahlen muss. Das Zimmer war wie in einem Embassy Suite, das Bad in der Mitte, und ein Schlafzimmer und ein Wohnzimmer. Ausgezeichneter Service. Der Pool sah cool aus, war auf Straßenebene an einer belebten Straße in Milwaukee. SEHR ANGENEHM!
Location, location, location. This Hampton Inn is located in downtown Milwaukee, within walking distance from some great restaurants and major shopping (it's right across the street from the mall). My room was large - a 2 room suite. The beds were comfortable and the room was clean.
No pool yet!!
This hotel does not have its pool up and running yet despite what it says on their website. What a disappointment for our kids. There should have been a warning on the website that the pool wasn't yet opened. It's dishonest.
When we made the reservation, the property was a Howard Johnson. When we arrived it seemed to be part HoJo and part Hampton Inn.
Stayed at this Hojo with a group of guys in town for a baseball outing-so basically a place to crash after the game and bar-hopping downtown. Have stayed here before and it was what it was-one of the lower priced hotels downtown. Rooms were typically larger than average, clean, but nothing fancy. After making the reservation, I read in the milwaukee journal sentinal that this hotel was being renovated and would soon be a Hampton Inn. Upon arriving to the hotel, the construction was obvious. The front entrance had been moved and was poorly marked. The check in was located on the 6th floor in the hotel's ballroom. Only one elevator served the hotel during the construction. Despite their temporary location in the ballroom, checkin was smooth and I went to the two rooms and found them to be newly renovated. Both rooms were suites with two beds and a seperate living area with a couch. The bedding was much improved compared to my previous stays, and the overall decor of the rooms was much brighter and modern than previously.
This run-down, poorly managed hotel has far too many issues. While many people will be attracted with the location, this is a poor excuse for a downtown mid-line hotel.
We had a great stay. Our room was large (including the bathroom), the beds were comfy, the day staff were great (evening / night staff seemed a bit young / un-professional, but no real concerns), and the breakfast was impressive for a continental!
It was clean and the location was great! If your going to Milwaukee for pleasure or stopping by for a day or two, I highly reccomend checking out Summer Fest (beginning of July)! The river walk was a bit over-rated and built up to be more than it really is, but over-all our brief stay in Milwaukee was nice and the Howard Johnson Express was a much welcomed break in the middle of a long journey!
Don't stay here
This run-down barely adequate hotel is wildly overpriced. There are many cheaper, better alternatives. The rooms are VERY small, the front desk personnel rude and uninformed, and the hotel itself shabby. It is in a good location, but the location does not warrant the price. If you do decide to stay here, do NOT book through the Howard Johnson site. It does not offer the best rate (and its "best rate" offer is bogus). Go to (---) for hotel deals.
Can't beat the location
Central Milwaukee location, clean and well kept rooms. Walking distance to shops and bars.
A good stay for a reasonable price.
Nice place, within walking distance, staff was friendly and attentive.