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Quality Suites Milwaukee Airport in Milwaukee, WI

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Enjoy affordable rates in a convenient location when choosing the Quality Suites Milwaukee Airport in Milwaukee, WI. Our non-smoking hotel is ideally located minutes from the airport near many area points of interest, which include Harley Davidson Museum, Milwaukee Art Museum, Lakefront Brewery Tour and Miller Park. Get refreshed in our inviting guest rooms, all of which feature refrigerators and microwaves along with expanded cable television channels and coffee makers. Additional amenities includefree wi-fi, free breakfast, free airport transportation, free newspaper weekdays and an indoor pool, hot tub and exercise room. Take care of basic business needs with access to copy and fax services, and for added convenience, guest laundry facilities are available onsite. Make your reservation today at the Quality SuitesMilwaukee Airport hotel in Milwaukee, WI for a memorable stay in a great location, all at an affordable price.

History

Established in 2011.

Recently Renovated

 

Company Info:

Rating: 2.50

Address: 4488 S. 27th Street, Milwaukee, WI, 53221
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Comments (8):

1. Dave L.
Just okay.  On the plus side, the room was clean and the AC worked well.  But, it seemed like a weird place-- lots of people wandering around yelling and smoking--people are allowed to do that, but this place just seems like it has a higher proportion.  The breakfast buffet also wasn't good-just some cheap cereal, tired eggs, and a cranky waffle maker.  Next time I'd either save some money and downgrade to a Super 8, or upgrade to a better airport hotel.

09/08/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
2. Jesse G.
ok nothing flashy just a cool spot to crash and be on your way

15/01/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
3. Joe G.
Lucky for me, I like to go in rooms marked "Do Not Enter". Otherwise, I wouldn't have found the supposedly non-existent plunger and they would have oh-so-kindly moved me out of my Ambassador Suite as a method of coping with a poorly flushing toilet. Evidently they weren't prepared for an ambassador who likes Mexican food. Also, the "free wifi" was embarrassingly poor. I got a better connection in a crowded Starbucks after Winter Storm Alfred.

01/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
4. Nate C.
This place did its duty for the few hours of sleep we needed before heading back home after a long night of gambling.  I noticed that things were breaking down in the bathroom....cracked tiles that were just patched up.  The room was nice for having 2 beds and a seperate sleeper sofa and 2 flat screen tvs.  The hotel parking lot was full and good thing we got the last 2 spots coming back at 4 am.

20/02/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
5. Don P.
Stayed here after a day and evening at the fair.  The appearance of the lobby and the greeting I got from the front-desk clerk promised a great experience -- unfortunately not delivered during our stay.

The A/C in our king suite was cranked to the point where I expected to see icicles hanging from the air vents -- I exaggerated slightly just now, but bare truth is that the two words best describing the atmosphere in our bedroom were "cold" and "clammy", to the point where the bedding felt damp from condensation.  I can tell you that the thermostat in our room goes down to 60F, because that was how it was set when we got in.

The next morning, I headed down to bring some breakfast back to the room -- my wife takes meds that have to be taken with food -- and was told flat-out by a hotel staffer that I could not take food back to my room and that I would have to eat it down there.  I explained my situation to the hotel staffer, and just got the "yeah, right" look.   This is the first hotel we've stayed at in recent (or not-so-recent) memory where I got this level of hassle over taking stuff back to the room... and I INTENSELY dislike throwing away perfectly good food in public, but that was the choice I had to make (either that or eat my breakfast down there and then come back down with my wife for her breakfast).

We chose this place because of its proximity to where we were spending the day, and because of the Choice Hotels brand reputation.  This hotel let me down bigtime in living up to the brand reputation -- the room was less than comfortable, and the hassle I got over in-room breakfast is just plain inexcusable.  Next time we come here for a couple days of fun, there's lots of other places to stay.

09/08/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
6. Charlie H.
Well, let's see: For starters - three places where food or ?? is smeared on the walls.
Then there is something? all over the interior side of the bathroom door. The bathroom mirror totally spotted and gross. Afraid to walk on carpet with bare feet. Overall feeling of dinginess, foul odors and major wear.
The room phones do not work. Wifi sucks.
Had to have our room keys 'recharged' every day. Grrrrr.
So, basically afraid to try the breakfast or the pool.
Overall, sad and pathetic. Needs major TLC and/or new management. A one star rating is generous...

10/03/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
7. Junio D.
I just stayed at this hotel this past weekend.  In reading the other comments, I cannot relate. Our stay was excellent. The guests services were attentive and helpful, the free breakfast was hot and plentiful..  and open to 10am for all those that like to sleep a little later.  The rooms were clean, the lobby and hallways were neat and clean as well.  The pool was relaxing and cool. The hot tub was nice and hot. The sauna was clean. The staff were very friendly.  All the rooms at this hotel are suites. The price was great.  Great location. 3 minutes to the airport and 10 minutes drive to downtown.  They even have an arcade. They also have a small bar which is open at night and a computer with internet.
The wifi was super fast and free. The parking is free and plentiful.

09/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Jessica S.
I stayed here for 2 nights while visiting family in the area. I don't have a way to compare to any other surrounding area hotels because we usually stay with family but there were so many of us this time someone had to get a hotel!

I'm a choice privilege member and booked through them for a very reasonable price. Rooms were very spacious and had a bathroom, bedroom, little kitchenette and separate sitting area. Although I was really only using the room as a place to sleep I didn't need all of this but it's nice it was there.

Service was friendly at check in/check out. I'd stay here again!

11/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0