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This hotel is stunning from the grand entrance to the room and it is within walking distance (if you like to walk up to a mile) of Brady Street and Lakeside Brewery. The staff were friendly and room was clean. Note that they charge extra...More
I enjoyed my stay here. Staff was wonderful and very helpful. The hotel was very clean and guests can pick from a variety of room styles. There's a lot of history in the walls of the Knickerbocker. So if you are an intuitive and/ or...More
We just got back from a quick overnight get away at this hotel. We stayed in room 330. It is a lovely older hotel near the lake. The staff are super kind and helpful. However if you are looking for a peaceful nights sleep you...More
Prior to arrival, I never realized that they have a very tiny parking lot and that finding on street parking is very difficult. I ended up having to park a block away and go move my vehicle before 7am. The other issue is that their...More
My daughter and I enjoyed a delicious Sunday brunch. fresh berries on french toast were delicious. Fruit smoothly is really good. The knickerbocker has a nice relaxing ambience.
The location is near Lake Michigan in downtown Milwaukee.
US$74 - US$165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#5 Spa Hotel in Milwaukee
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Its going to cost you $18 for an access card which gives you 24 hour access to the hotel's car park. Sometimes the barrier is not closed, and you can get in and out without paying, but if you do that, you risk getting locked... More
Its going to cost you $18 for an access card which gives you 24 hour access to the hotel's car park. Sometimes the barrier is not closed, and you can get in and out without paying, but if you do that, you risk getting locked in (or out).
Some guests complain about the charge (I didn't), believing it should be free; I guess its still an inexpensive way to park, but it would be nice if it was F O C for genuine guests.