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The Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
For over a century, Milwaukee's premier boutique hotel, The Pfister Hotel has been a downtown mainstay, and a beacon of impeccable style, gracious service, and lavish accommodations. The hotel's extraordinary façade arises from the corner of Wisconsin's renowned East Wisconsin Avenue. Elegant and enchanting, the hotel features over 300 lavishly appointed guest rooms and suites outfitted with luxury amenities that seem to anticipate your every need and desire. For all of its Old-World Charm, from the polished wood furnishings to the pristine bathrooms set in marble, The Pfister Hotel offers modern luxuries like complimentary wireless Internet, wet bars, and LCD flat panel televisions. Lavish WELL Spa amenities transform the spacious bathrooms into an in-suite spa, or indulge in the real thing at Well SPA + Salon, the hotel's full-service, on-site spa sanctuary. Indulge, relax, and retreat to an oasis of tranquility without leaving the breathtaking wonder of The Pfister—an is a part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts.
Just three blocks from the placid shores of Lake Michigan, The Pfister Hotel boasts an enviable location in the heart of downtown. Take in the sights and sounds of the city or unwind lakeside, but when the time comes to dine the best seats in the house are back at The Pfister. The world-class dinning venues are at your fingertips. All guest accommodations, restaurants, and bars are smoke-free, so breathe deeply and take in The Pfister Hotel, a classic experience that is truly a class act.
Location of The Pfister Hotel
Nearest Airport: MKE
Amenities for The Pfister Hotel
- General Information
- Non-Smoking Property
- Pet Friendly
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Pool
- Art Collection
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Refrigerators
- Business Center/Services
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for The Pfister Hotel
I always feel like I have stepped back into a gentil time when walking into the grand lobby at the Pfister. The bar and wonderful sitting area with sofas draws you in to sit, relax and enjoy the piano music while sipping a libation. I really like to stay in the Grand King Tower rooms since they have been renovated with great modern amenities. The staff is professionally trained.
karonohm - Fish Creek, Wisconsin, United States
This is a historic and well maintained hotel. The room was spacious and The bed very comfortable. Overall the hotel is beautiful and has an old charm. The hotel has a few different sit down restaurants and the classy â€śBluâ€ť bar which overlooks the city and the lake from the 23rd Floor. The hotel does not offer a free breakfast, so one would need to eat at the Pfister Cafe or another local establishment for breakfast. My only complaint is that it can get a bit noisy from the street below especially when they are doing snow removal. Other than that, I will definitely be staying here again in the future.
RyansTravelers - Bedford, Indiana
We did not do a lot inside the room except sleep and get ready to venture out, but the beds were the most comfortable that I have ever slept on. The restaurant connected to the hotel was outstanding from their meals to selections of wines. Cannot rave enough on this place.
cyclops11w - Joliet, Illinois
I visit the Pfister at least once a year because I love it so much! My most recent trip I planned a bachelorette party there. We had a party of eight going to the spa and the spa director was incredibly accomodating. The spa in the hotel is amazing, I have never had a better massage anywhere else. Each massage room has it's own private shower with at least a dozen shower heads. The hotel rooms are beautifully decorated and very clean, the beds are super comfortable and the bathrooms are spa-esque. All of the hotel and spa employees are incredibly friendly and helpful. If you can, splurge for Club access, it's a lounge on the top floor that has a fireplace, couches, free snacks and beverages all day, hot appetizer happy hour, and a really great view. If you don't get Club access stop in the Blu lounge for a drink. It's also on the top floor so the views are great and the drinks are super delicious. The cafe in the lobby is good to stop in for a coffee and a pastry, their cinnamon rolls are ridiculously good. They have a space on the main floor for an artist in residence, it's so nice to stop in every time and check out the new artist and their work. This is definitely not the place if you're on a tight budget but if your looking for a getaway with your friends (splitting makes it cheaper) or a romantic getaway with your significant other I would highly recommend it!
onebetzy - Chicago, Illinois
We were staying here in order to look at local colleges. We did not expect to be so wowed by the hotel. Elegant and sophisticated, the hotel was built in the late 1800s and has a gilded-European-glamor-era feel, while not being overpriced. The Concierge was like a parent-away-from-home, and I have to give Peter a huge thumbs-up for all of his friendliness and advice. The staff was extremely accommodating. For instance, we had to leave a day early and they handled the matter with class and no fuss, and did not make us pay for the last-minute cancellation of the last night. The restaurants are fantastic, including Mason Street which was a great dining experience (A+ on the steaks and appetizers), and Blu, the restaurant/bar on the 23rd floor with fantastic views of the city of Milwaukee. The hotel is centrally located and close to Water Street and the Milwaukee Art Museum. A bargain and a pleasure.
Ken R - Los Angeles, California, United States