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Rating: 3.07

Address: 2301 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI, 53233

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    Comments (14):

    1. Bobby D.
    One time on our vacation we stayed at this motel. Not the worst, Yet not the best. The room was nice. And the shuttle staff was friendly. However, I wouldn't exactly recommend this place to someone more savvy.

    01/07/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    2. Autumn H.
    I had read all the bad reviews for this place on Yelp and Hotels.com but decided to stay here anyway as lodging is so expensive and sometimes tough to secure around Summerfest. We stayed one night and I thought it would be a simple night in a hotel. I don't need a fancy place or for everything to be brand new to be pleased, so the fact that the place is a little run down didn't bother me. I also appreciated the free shuttle service to Summerfest. What I did NOT appreciate was getting back to our hotel room at 2:30 A.M. to find out that the a.c. was broken, and this on a day of 100 degree temps. It was at least 85 degrees in our room and the a.c. would not come down. Luckily enough, the staff offered to give us a room across the street at the Ambassador Hotel- this after we tried to sleep for a couple of hours. I was told by staff that she had no other rooms available in the Inn, which led me to believe that the a/c may have been broken in the whole place. I was happy for the room in the other hotel, but overall really disappointed. I hate to say it but we would have been better off at a cheap chain hotel. The Ambassador Hotel seems like a better bet.

    05/07/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. Natalie P.
    This is a good deal on a downtown hotel.  Free parking, free shuttle- decent rooms.  The pillows are weird, but its clean and nice.  Aveda products in the bathroom, mini fridge and microwave.  Good deal!

    29/01/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Katherine Q.
    Staff was really friendly but understaffed.  The rooms were not very appealing and there was mold and remains from a previous party on the ceiling in our room.

    10/05/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. Shana H.
    I guess this is the bastard son of the Ambassador Hotel since it is a less elegant hotel located directly across the street from the Ambassador Hotel.

    This hotel was still comfortable but I had the same noise issues as I did in the Ambassador which can be expected.

    What I didn't like was the fact that groups of patrons gathered at the front door to smoke so I had to make my way through them to get in. Also, the hotel does offer a continental breakfast but it sucks. It consists of all cold items besides the packets of generic oatmeal you can make.

    They do have an exercise room, though, which was a plus for me and the staff was decent.

    25/11/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    6. Peter C.
    Simply awful. Smells bad, and my room didn't even have a curtain rod to hang my clothes, much less a closet of any kind. Had to stay here 1 night because every hotel in Milwaukee was booked. The Amassador Hotel across the street is pretty nice, just stay away from the Inn.

    26/06/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    7. Matt E.
    We stayed at the Ambassador Inn at Marquette which is the sister property managed by the Ambassador and located across the street from this classic art-deco hotel listed.

    It is far less posh, and less expensive than the historic Ambassador.  We booked our reservations through Hotwire and found the Ambassador Inn to be a great value for what we paid.  It was obvious that the hotel had been recently remodeled.  Rooms were clean, featured flat-panel televisions and duvets on the bed.  The Ambassador Inn was nothing exceptional but was a very comfortable & clean place to stay for our visit to Milwaukee and a great value.

    I enjoyed the proximity to the parent hotel and it's services which were available to us as guests at the lower-cost facility.  We enjoyed the restaurant and lounge and the free shuttle-service which took us to and from both of the games we were in town for at the Bradley Center.

    31/03/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    8. Ash V.
    Great hotel! Stayed here for two nights. They provided transport to summerfest and a decent breakfast spread. Probably one of the better hotels in the city.

    27/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Letitia C.
    We stayed here last August because of a concert we were going to at the Rave, which got canceled. We still came up because we couldn't get a refund since we reserved the room at special price though a site like hotels.com or something.

    Considering what we paid it wasn't all the bad. The decor was not to my liking but then again I'm not a fan of art deco. The room and bathroom was super clean with no noticeable smells. The bedding was comfortable and the staff was super friendly though I had little contact with them. They had a little kitchenette next to the lobby, which had the typical continental breakfast. The area was smaller than what I'm used to but I don't personally care too much about stuff like that. I generally like trying local restaurants when I'm traveling versus eating at a hotel.

    Overall, I thought it was a decent hotel to stay at considering the price. Plus when I travel I try to spend as little time as possible in the room since I only stay in hotels when I'm traveling and I like to be out and about doing vacationy things. So, as long as the room is comfortable, clean, they have some basic cable, and free wifi I'm all good.

    The only thing was the lighting in the room was terrible. It was super dark in the evening even with all the lamps on, and the coffee pot took forever to work.

    16/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    10. Lisa H.
    We just stayed at the Marquette Inn.  Our family found the accommodations newly remodeled. Clean and rooms are larger than average.   Microwave and mini refrigerator.   Walls are thin  Very friendly front desk staff.  The elevator is small , but the curved staircase is unique and quite wide.   There is a "grab and go" breakfast.  Wrapped pastry,  apple juice, milk, oatmeal, yogurt.  Only one table for four in the breakfast room.   Breakfast was a disappointment.  Go across the street to eat breakfast at Michaels Restaurant.  3.99 for 2 eggs, potatoes,  toast and meat.  Nice family restaurant.

    03/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    11. Kelly H.
    The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because the hotel has become a bit faded and ragged around the edges. But it's great value for money, the staff are very friendly and helpful. They own the more expensive sister hotel across the street and we get the use of their free shuttle service too. From breakfast time until midnight you can get dropped off anywhere within a 3 mile radius and picked up too, made our trip awesome. You don't want to wander too far from the hotel on foot as the area has become quite rough, but there's nothing worth seeing near the hotel any way. Comfy beds. Even a descent continental breakfast for free.

    18/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    12. Travis W.
    This place is a good place to stay if you are here for a couple days and don't want to hurt your pocket book to much. My wife and I stayed a couple days in Milwaukee cause we were going to the Brewers Game.

    We came in early on our flight and came to drop our luggage off. They were nice enough to let us get a super early check in to our room. I thought that was super cool of them to do because they did not have to go that extra distance.

    They also offer a shuttle to and from the Brewers stadium so that was an added bonus. Our room was clean and beds were nice and comfy. Just know that if you venture down the a couple blocks the area can get a little sketchy. Overall a good experience and I would defiantly come back again. CHEERS!

    01/10/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    13. Chrissy F.
    Stayed here for a ceramics conference trip recently. Spent four nights in our room and it wasn't a bad experience. The room itself is comfortable, nice beds that don't feel like rocks, and a clean bathroom with lots of counter space. The microwave and fridge were convenient. Housekeeping did a nice job, and the staff was friendly. My only real complaint was the continental breakfast sucked. The coffee was godawful dirty water that was so translucent it looked more like tea. Pre-packaged honey buns and danishes did little to stimulate my appetite and the elementary school juice cups were just bleh. They should really invest in a decent coffee maker and put out some fresh food like bagels, or muffins.

    Other than that, not bad.

    23/03/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    14. Mary J.
    Great value for the money!  We got a room here very last minute and were pleased with it.  No, it's not the Four Seasons, but it was clean and well maintained.  We went across the street to that Ambassador and had something to eat and a drink.

    This is a nice find for us and we will be staying here next time we need a room in Milwaukee.  Hopefully it will not be an emergency situation like it was this time.

    29/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0