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The Knickerbocker is an old historic hotel that has been kept up without losing the historic charm. The bathroom is small, but very clean and everything is in great working order. The room though had limited electrical plug ins had power strips around the room...More
The Knickerbocker combines the convenience of an apartment with the service and amenities of a hotel. My "Junior Suite" had a full kitchen--including full-size stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher making eating-in a real possibility. Should you prefer to eat out, many restaurants are in easy walking...More
I booked a room through Expedia and cancelled it the next day. The hotel never received confirmation of my cancellation from Expedia and charged me $200 for being a NO SHOW. Expedia conveniently doesn't have proof that I cancelled it. Now I'm out $200 that...More
My 2nd time here. Pleasant and helpful staff, beautiful interior, parking isn't expensive & is safe, nice attached restaurant, walking distance from the local market if you have a suite-type room & want to cook in, super clean and the deepest bathtub I've come across,...More
The Knickerbocker is one of Milwaukee's historic hotels, a very pleasant walk away from the downtown offices, the Art Museum, etc. The lobby still has the gracious feel of luxury hotels of an earlier period. We've stayed there on previous visits when the guest rooms...More
US$141 - US$279 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#5 Spa Hotel in Milwaukee
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What is the parking policy for an overnight stay on March 7 2017?
7 January 2017|
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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.
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"Rooms near the elevator shafts are noisy - you can hear the elevators going all night."