Hilton Garden Inn-Wisconsin Dells Review
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101 E. Hiawatha Dr., Wisconsin Dells WI 53965
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- Modern, comfortable rooms with balcony options
- Indoor pool and outdoor patio
- Healthy evening snacks and refreshments
- Theme Parks
- Water Sports
- Water Parks
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Game Room
- Laundry Service
- Onsite Dining
Editor’s Review of Hilton Garden Inn-Wisconsin Dells
It's an especially good fit for families with one or two children who are seeking the dependability of a national brand, a more upscale feel and rooms adapted for disabilities. Originally built in 2005, the Hilton Garden Inn was renovated in 2013 with ongoing annual upgrades.
It doesn't have the grand themes and sprawling layout and water parks of the bigger properties, but families with toddlers and preschoolers can enjoy time in the pool and sit out on the balconies ... more for fresh air and a little wiggle room without seeing dinosaur slides that might trigger colossal meltdowns when it's nearing nap time.
This Hilton sits nestled behind towering pine trees just off Highway 12, buffering it from the Dells' "Strip" that's lined with theme parks, go-karts, an upside-down replica of the White House, a massive Trojan horse and other places vying for travelers' attention. It's easy to miss the hotel if you don't know to look for its three-story building painted a rosy terra-cotta color.
For kids (especially thrill-seeking teens) wanting to experience the Dells' famous water rides, it's about a block to Noah's Ark, which claims to be the nation's largest outdoor water park. It's also a few blocks to Lake Delton Public Beach for families preferring a quieter alternative. Even easier: the Hilton's indoor whirlpool and pool makes swimming completely weather-proof, but there's also a nice outdoor patio for sunny days and soaking in the outdoor spa.
Rooms all include mini-fridges and microwaves for preparing easy meals using the downstairs pantry shop, your own groceries or leftovers from the many places to dine within walking distance from the hotel. The hotel's own Garden Grille and Pub opens for hot breakfasts and continental buffets, while the lobby bar and lounge offers pizza in the evening. less
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RoomsThe hotel's 128 rooms all include complimentary Wi-Fi, a desk and office chair, a chair for lounging, a mini-fridge, microwave, 42-inch flat-screen TV, coffeemaker and Neutrogena bath products. Beds feature duvets, while TVs include premium cable and pay-per-view movies. If you're visiting during the balmy months, seek a room with a balcony and fresh air. Complimentary cribs and rollaway beds are available upon request. Additionally, the hotel has 16 sets of connecting rooms.
Standard guestrooms come with an option for two queen beds or one king bed, and can sleep between two and four guests. King bed options come with fireplaces or whirlpool tubs, as well.
Suites include one king bed, along with a sitting area that includes a sofa bed fit for one person. These are the only rooms that allow a rollaway bed.
Mobility accessible rooms include one king bed or two queen beds with additional accommodations such as wheelchair-friendly vanities and shelving, grab bars and accessible bathtubs or roll-in showers. Hearing accessibility rooms have a visual alarm clock and alert devices for doorbells, knocks and incoming phone calls.