Hampton Inn Milwaukee Airport

Address: 1200 W College Ave, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53221-5139, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Maitland Park area of Milwaukee, is near Basilica of St. Josephat, Lake Express, Oak Leaf Trail, and Crystal Ridge.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Milwaukee Airport

        Reviewed by rogervk308

        Well worth a stay.

        Reviewed Jul 27, 2015
        by (1 review) The Basin, Victoria, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

        Close to the Airport, almost under the flight path, Great little Hotel, Bearly noticed the planes ( they do not disrupt your sleep) fantastic and friendly staff, easily the best hotel I've stayed in, will keep this one's details for future trips.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn Milwaukee Airport

        Quality As Expected


        Very good property on a number of areas. Room was clean, quite, and spacious. Bathroom was clean and had all the necessary items.

        Staff was friendly and courteous. Location is far enough from the airport to make noise virtually non-existent. Nice pool and exercise facility.

        The kind of hotel you appreciate on a business trip.

        Clean, quiet, comfortable


        had initially reserved rooms at the Red Roof across the street but for $16 more/night, this place can't be beat! Easy to find off of I94 and only 10-15 minutes from downtown.... plenty of restaurants west on College Ave.... the rooms were very clean, quiet, and comfortable and the bathroom was spacious in comparison to most other hotels I've stayed in.... the pool and hot-tub area are open until 11:00 which makes for a nice ending to the day... complimentary breakfast is ample with several options... staff was very courteous and helpful... will definitely stay again my next trip to Milwaukee!

        Very good hotel


        Stayed for 3 nights on convention business. Easy access to I-94 --

        ten minutes to downtown. Room always well cleaned, ample soaps, good mattresses, pretty new hotel. Breakfast bar was good -- one hot featured dish each morning, otherwise fruit, cereal, yogurt. Hot coffee always there 24/7. Definitely would return!

        Clean and Nice


        Were very happy with this clean and nicely kept-up airport hotel. Everyone was so friendly and accommodating and the location was great.

        We did have a problem with the shower and smelled mold in the bathroom. Due to the Holiday Weekend they couldn't fix the problem but assured us they would check it out. They replaced the shower curtain and the moldy smell wasn't as noticeable.

        Very quiet and the beds were very comfortable. With a little tweeking they would be tops. We'll stay there again.

        Excellent airport location


        Stayed one night, 5/31/05, because of an early flight to Las Vegas. Used their park and fly program. Swam in the pool, relaxed in the room, enjoyed the complimentary breakfast and was shuttled to Mitchell Field by 6:30 a.m. on 6/01. Upon return one quick call from the baggage pick-up area brought the shuttle within 15 minutes. Returned to the Hampton, picked up our car at 12:30 a.m. and on our way home. Only issue was a very hard mattress that gave me a backache. But the stress-free convenience in these days when flying is pretty miserable makes this place a great deal.

        Best place near the airport!


        I stayed here after turning down my reservations in person at the Radisson across the street. The Hampton Inn was everything you expect from Hampton. Clean rooms, friendly and helpful staff, and a great buffet. They were even able to accomidate my request for a top level floor not facing the street. The room was large, with an air conditioner that worked so well! I slept better in this hotel than at home, and would recommend it to anybody traveling to Milwaukee, The only drawback is that it is a far drive from downtown (about 15 to 20 minutes), and that there are only a few restaurants directly nearby.

        Great place to park and fly


        We stayed here to take advantage of the park and fly program. We've stayed at several other hotels near the air port in the past and have finally found one that we'll return to again and again! The price was one of the best for park and fly. The rooms were clean and spacious. They have a nice heated pool and hot tub and also exercise equipment. They have a generous continental breakfast that opens at 5am or a great "to go" bag to take with you to the airport for breakfast. They run a 24 hour shuttle and took just 10 minutes to get to the airport. There's also a great steak house right across the street and a McDonald's next to the hotel, so dining options are right there. One phone call when we arrived back at the airport and the shuttle was there to pick us up. You really can't ask for more. I'll definitely stay here again.

        Great stay


        I stayed here on business for one night and found it to be an exceptional hotel. One of the nicest hampton inns that i've ever stayed at, and very convenient access to the airport. there is a nice steakhouse across college rd.



        This place is great. If you want a nice vacation in milwaukee, and not spend gobs of $$ in a downtown hotel, this is the place. Friendly staff, stylish room, nice pool area, yummy breakfast, free local phone calls. Elevator was a little slow but who cares? Great hotel

        Happy at the Hampton MKE Airport


        This property was brand-new when I stayed there. The staff was definitely the type to go the extra mile. I was staying at a property across the street and switched because the heat was overwhelming and the air-conditioning was not working at the other hotel. The agent managed to find me a room at 5 in the morning where I was delighted to check in and breathe some cool air for starters. Besides a generous continental breakfast they also have fresh baked Otis Spunkmeyer cookies in the evening. Inside corriders help travelers feel secure. There is not much in the way of dining options nearby so hopefully you will have a car.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Milwaukee Airport

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Milwaukee


        A travel blog entry by liliens on Aug 15, 2015

        8 photos

        ... outside of Ireland itself. Again, it is a huge property, similar in size to the CNE grounds. We spent an entire day there, immersed in all things Irish, You had choices from every type of Irish music, available on a half-dozen stages, Irish dancing, plays, cooking demos, readings, and top-flight talent. In our one day there, we saw the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gaelic Storm, and the Irish Tenors, all free with admission. There were others ...

        Greyhound buses, storms and the Irish obsession.

        A travel blog entry by foxnbancroft on Aug 14, 2015

        2 photos

        ... the festival we were visiting, but to be honest, I was pretty content watching the natural light show. Then came the Irish fest, the first evening was slightly less busy due to the weather. We watched a friend play in a band called the red hot chilli pipers. Such an amazing show! Bagpipes crossed with a rhythm section, 4 drummers and a horn section, check that stuff out on youtube. They might only be a covers band, but they are the most entertaining and original covers band I have seen ...


        A travel blog entry by explorenovember on Nov 17, 2014

        6 photos

        ... mustard, cheese and Elk jerkey. The public market was like a condensed phanueil hall. Afterwards we went to find the Ubertap cheese bar. If you like cheese definitely check this place out! There is a bar on one side and a cheese market on the other. With samples of all types of cheeses all over the store! Cheese ...


        A travel blog entry by jdboy on May 29, 2013

        21 photos

        ... I headed to the MOTOR Restaurant & Bar which was part of the complex. I sat up at the bar and had a good chat and 5 beers with a few motor cycle enthusiasts who had their 'hogs' parked out the front. I had a bloody good pork belly burger also which I needed for energy for the 35 minute walk back to my hotel :)

        INTERESTING PIECE OF TRIVIA (OR NOT !): During a motorcycle championship race in 1920 in Marion, Indiana, a racer by the name of Ray Weishaar adopted a piglet ...

        The Story of Little Red

        A travel blog entry by cambuyuu on Oct 14, 2010

        ... light, circled by other dancing fools, I wiggled my shoe off, jiggled it around in mid-air before my face, to the shock of a nice shiny silver key falling out and bouncing around the linoleum floor. 

        The strobe light made everything so much more intense. My housemates knew what had happened; nobody else did, so the surprise must've seemed somewhat superfluous. But either way, I thought it was a pretty stupendous roundabout ...