Situated just outside of the city, the Courtyard Madison East is the perfect choice for families seeking out spacious rooms, kid-friendly amenities and a location that allows them to easily explore all that the area has to offer. Some of the many attractions within easy reach of the hotel include East Towne Mall, Olbrich Botanical Gardens, the Wisconsin State Capitol and the Sun Prairie Family Aquatic Center. Standard Rooms and Deluxe Rooms are able to sleep up to four guests per night. Larger families may reserve adjoining rooms. Amenities at the hotel that families will appreciate include cribs, extra beds, in-room video games, an indoor pool and free Wi-Fi access. The Bistro is the hotel’s onsite restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner.
Our Editor Loves
- Large rooms suitable for families
- Video games in rooms
- Kids under 18 stay free
- Theme Park
- Water Parks
- Water Sports
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
We usually stay in downtown Madison to be closer to the campus vibe. However, we traveled to Madison for a football game and the hotels downtown were either booked or more expensive than usual. We chose the Courtyard Madison East and were very pleased. It is a typically decorated Courtyard but a lot of places to sit and chat. The breakfast items were very good and the bar in the evening was nice as well. Though my husband ordered an Old Fashioned (kind of the Wisconsin State Drink) and they were out of cherries. However the bartender did what she could to make the drink delicious and he was satisfied.
We enjoyed our time at the Courtyard and would stay there again.
The property is clean and comfortable and the customer service is first rate. Example: not one but two wedding parties were staying here on a recent Saturday night. When the shuttles arrived back at the hotel after 11 o'clock, they had bartender Beth ready to serve the rowdy crowds. Not only did she handle it solo and with complete professionalism - she did it with a smile on her face. It couldn't have been easy. Staff like that are hard to find.
Tip of my cap to Beth and to the rest of the staff for first-rate hospitality.