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The Pfister Hotel

424 E Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202

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The Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Map of The Pfister Hotel and recommended places nearby
1. Park East Hotel $85
2. Hilton Milwaukee City Center $99
3. Courtyard by Marriott Downtown $109
4. Ramada Inn Downtown $79
5. Holiday Inn City Centre $105
6. Hampton Inn and Suites $95
7. Hyatt Regency Milwaukee $89
8. Hotel Metro $159
9. Best Western Inn Towne Hotel $75
10. Residence Inn by Marriott $89
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The Pfister Hotel - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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The Pfister, in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, has been a perennial favorite of discerning travelers since 1893. All of the citys treasures, from businesses and restaurants to shops and attractions, are within walking distance of this historic landmark. The hotel embraces its past with a museum-qu...

No title - expert review
Milwaukee's grandest old hotel dates from 1893. The lobby's long, high barrel-vaulted ceiling puts you in a Victorian frame of mind from the moment you step in. Rooms are decorated with a Victorian flavor and some are odd shapes, reflecting the complications of pouring modern amenities into an old s...

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The Pfister is known as the “Jewel of Milwaukee,” a Victorian masterpiece located just three blocks from Lake Michigan. The hotel’s elegance is further enhanced by the tradition of “salve” a philosophy that embodies the spirit of fine hospitality and is brought to life ...

No title - expert review
In the late 1800's, Guido Pfister set out to realize his dream to build The Grand Hotel of the West. Where each guest would be greeted with a warm welcome, their comfort and every need treated with highest priority. Now, more than a century later, this same attention to detail, this same commitment ...

The Pfister - user review
Elegant. The ceiling in the lobby is old world elegance. The lobby bar is a wonderful place to sit and enjoy the eleg...

Beautiful - user review
The service was impeccable. This hotel is amazing. The lobby to the gold elevator to the bar on the top floor, overlooking the city, I could not have asked for a better stay. And to think I just went to Milwaukee for a baseball game. The pfister hotel has given me a reason to come back again and aga...

Pfun at the Pfister - user review
Milwaukee's downtown is an odd little place (little, that is, when you live in a city like Chicago) that, no matter what time of day or year I happen to be there on business, seems just on the verge of being deserted. It's...

Milwaukee´s Best - user review
My family and I stayed in the hotel the weekend before Christmas. The lobby was the most impressive I have ever seen around the Holidays and is worth a walk through visit if nothing else. The lights, trees, decorations and staf...

Not Impressed - user review
Although the Pfister was a beautiful old hotel,the housekeeping was atrocious. No wash cloths, 1 bar of soap for 2 days for 2 adults and 1 child along with only 1 hand towel. Fingernails were left on counter from previous guest. Rubber cleaning glove left in room by housekeeping. Lounge service inat...

No title - user review
The carpet was dirty in our room and there was an ever present smell of mold in the room and by the elevators. The lounge chair in our room smelled old as well and the desk chair didn't fit under the desk so it was very difficult to work at the desk. Also it was very strange that the ice tray was ex...

Pfister Hotel: Probably Milwuakee´s Best Value - user review
This is where my company put me up on my first visit to Milwaukee before I moved here 3 years ago. This is the most elegant hotel in Milwaukee, ever since it w...

Pfister Hotel: Elegant "old world" charm - user review
While I did not stay there I talked to several who did and I took a good look at this hotel. This historic hotel opened in 1893 and may be even more grand today than then. It features a beautiful lobby and updated rooms. great views, 23rd floor pool, great martini bar with the best view of the city ...

The strange case of the missing pyjamas! - user review
I stayed at the Pfister for 3 days in January 2006 and, overall, the hotel was excellent. A wildly impressive lobby having been sympathetically restored to its Victorian grandeur with...

A little below Average - user review
I stayed at The Pfister in January 2007 for business. I enjoyed the attentive room service and check in process, however upon entering my tower room I noticed hair in the sink, old gro...

Loved It - user review
I stayed at the the Pfister for my wedding, and it was an amazing experience.Almost all of the out of town guests stayed there, and everyone of them thought it was a great hotel, and th...

wonderful stay, even during a peak time - user review
My wife and I decided (with only a week or so notice), to go downtown for Summerfest. I called to book the least expensive room they have, however I upgraded to a 'semi suite' for $50 ...

Pfister Historic Section Just Okay - user review
The Pfister Hotel lobby, registration desk, and lobby bar are quite elegant in the historic section. The walls are adorned with fine oil paintings in gilted frames and the floors are cover...

Old, Lumpy Beds and Not Great Service - user review
The Pfister is considered the top hotel in Milwaukee and rated 4 stars. If it were me, I would rate it 2 stars. Location: In downtown, but not much around the hotel. It is relati...

well managed business hotel - user review
The Pfister is the place to stay in Milwaukee, centrally located and a grand lobby. The staff are helpful and the room service is excellent compared to other business hotels. Lower floo...

Wonderful, Memorable Experience - user review
We booked this hotel on line, having read its website. We were not dissapointed. An absolutely wonderful, first class hotel that we would liken to the very best hotels in England.Excellent...

Lovely wedding stay - user review
We stayed at the Pfister in conjuction with a wedding reception that was being held in one of the upstairs ballrooms which was both convenient and a real treat. The lobby of the Pfister...

Average hotel, not one of the greats - user review
We've had the good fortune to stay at many exceptional hotels - several selected from TripAdvisor.com (as the Pfister was) and this hotel was ok, but for it's price was not a great value ...

First Class - user review
The Pfister is a first-class hotel in the heart of Milwaukee. This hotel is the perfect place for business and personal travelers. This one of a kind hotel offers excellent servic...

Latest reviews of The Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI
can be completely summed up as breathtaking. From the moment you vallet park you are treated like family, I chose to believe royalty though.. The moment I walked in and saw the grand entrance I knew I could get very used to the treatment and beauty. The room was beautiful and tastefully decorated fr...

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