The Pfister Hotel

424 East Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, 53202, WI

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At the Pfister hotel, you’ll be surrounded by Old World charm and updated luxury as well as perfectly situated to enjoy the favorite family attractions and festivals in downtown Milwaukee. The hotel is within easy walking distance to the shores of Lake Michigan, several dining and shopping options, the Discovery World Museum, the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum, the Humphrey IMAX Theater and the very popular Milwaukee Art Museum.

Families can choose from a variety of room configurations including 82 suites with separate sitting rooms featuring pullout sofa sleepers, flat-screen TVs and refrigerators. Guests also enjoy high-speed Internet access and a smoke-free environment. The historical section of the hotel was renovated in 2008 and includes the spacious Heritage Suites with jetted bathtubs and two flat-screen televisions.

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  • Old World charm and updated luxury
  • Guest suites with pullout sofa beds
  • Easy walking distance to downtown family attractions

Family Amenities

  • Pool


Beautiful Historic Hotel!

by drallen2014

We love staying at historic hotels. The lobby and common areas are gorgeous. We had a couple of issues that the hotel worked to quickly resolve - we had requested and paid for a lake view room, but upon arrival didn't get that. They were able to move us the following day. We were in a tower room, which was nicely decorated. The shower could have used a good scrub which is why we rated this just average, especially when you're paying nearly $400 per night. Also, the walls are a bit thin - understandable for an older hotel, but we could easily hear our neighbors who must have been away on a romantic weekend.

What’s a smell

by Frecch

Hotel very very nice, with style, ad when it has been made, very little but nice pool at last floor with a wonderful view... nice spa, treatment with private shower and champange to drink... so what... a gasoline smell at our floor, so strong that we need to wash our pigiamas after that... a smell in our noise during the night and all day long after... what’s happened?!?