Neat building, spacious rooms, very clean. Close proximity and walking to many restaurants. Disappointed the spa tub was "closed", no one told us upon check in that one of the hotel's highlighted amenities was not in service.
Overall a good experience and friendly staff... would consider for another visit.
P.S., the bar should have grapefruit juice stocked for their "1937" cocktail on the menu (especially on a busy Saturday night).
Hotel Metro is a 5-minute walk from the Milwaukee River and Cathedral Square. Guests can walk 10 minutes to the Marcus Center …More
Very busy and very noisy. Not sure if the walls are super thin, but TV next door was loud, people upstairs were jumping and banging around loud, and while we were on the 11th floor, the open center concept had the noise from the ballrooms and lobby carry all the way up. Not the place you want to stay if you are a light sleeper or are looking for a peaceful get away. If you are looking for a clean comfortable hotel in the downtown area at a good price, this is your place. Bartenders in the lobby bar were fantastic and helpful when recommending places to eat locally.
Traveller from Dayton
This downtown Milwaukee hotel is located in the city’s bustling center, close to the Milwaukee River, one block from Bradly …More
Stayed here for NYE and the price was great and having a full size refrigerator was very useful. It must have been an old apartment building converted to hotel, but the upkeep was great. We were comfortable through our 2 night stay, and will be returning.
Traveller from Chicago
Located in Downtown Milwaukee, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of St. John's Cathedral, Milwaukee Art Museum, and …More
I have only ever stayed at the Pfister in Milwaukee. I travel there on business, to visit a client. It's a great place, beautiful traditional feel, but modernly updated in the rooms. Just perfect. The restaurants and bars are great too. The staff is wonderful. The location is good as far as I can tell (I don't go far)
Traveller from New Jersey
Opened in 1893, this grand dame of Milwaukee is set in the financial district, 3 blocks from the Lake Michigan waterfront …More
Downtown Milwaukee’s blue-collar breweries used to define this fictional home of “Laverne and Shirley” and “Happy Days”. Now, the town is just as famous for the Santiago Calatrava-designed Milwaukee Art Museum, an architectural gem, and the Summerfest, an annual lakefront music festival. The Brewers baseball team plays at Miller Park, with sausage races drawing devoted fans.