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Would I stay here again? Well, maybe after the hotel is demolished and the site fumigated! There is a smell that permeates the air the further you go into the hotel, as if the chemicals used for cleaning just can't get rid of the smell...More
Found this hotel after taking a wrong turn. What a great place. This was the cheapest hotel by far in Milwaukee. Don’t let the price fool you though. The room is extremely clean and nice. The staff at check in are some the nicest, most...More
Stayed there for the Harley 115th. Had to wash the entire room before I could stay in it. The wash rag was black when I got done. Room looked and smelt like it hadn’t been used in a very long time. Shower curtain was molding...More
This hotel used to be a Ramada. They haven’t upgraded anything. The entire hotel was dirty. The lights by the elevator flickered and gave you a headache. The curtains in the room were frayed and destroyed. Other than the bed being comfortable I have zero...More
The location, in downtown Milwaukee, is convenient to Marquette University, Wisconsin Center, shopping, the Harley-Davidson Museum, and other tourist attractions. It's a budget-friendly option for an overnight or weekend.
The staff is friendly and very helpful. The room was very clean, but showing its age....More
Ramada Milwaukee Downtown, in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, is known for its exceptional value, and outstanding customer service. With onsite FREE parking and close to freeway ramps for all Interstate ...Moredirections, it is within walking distance to the Convention Center, the performing arts and cultural theater district, Harley Davidson Museum, the IMAX theatre, the Milwaukee Public Museum, the Shops of Grand Avenue, and Marquette University. Ramada is near everything the city has to offer. Minutes away are great attractions, including Potawatomi Casino, the Milwaukee Brewers' Miller Park, the famous Calatrava Art Museum, the beautiful Domes of the Mitchell Park Conservatory, the Milwaukee County Zoo, and Wisconsin's exciting State Fair Park. Along the nearby lakefront shore of Lake Michigan is ethnic Henry Maier Festival Park, the home to Summerfest, Polish Fest, and German Fest, to Festa Italiana, Mexican Fiesta, to Irish Fest and Pride Fest. Less
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When I looked online to book the room it showed 3 king suites left so I called the hotel & booked what we got was a regular room with a king bed. I would stay somewhere else if you have that option our room the carpet was... More
When I looked online to book the room it showed 3 king suites left so I called the hotel & booked what we got was a regular room with a king bed. I would stay somewhere else if you have that option our room the carpet was old and filthy & smelled of stale smoke not a very nice place!