Spent a Saturday night here. Former Pabst Brewing Company building. Historic building, I like it. Limited metered street parking, valet is $26.00 Found parking on street out front. Check in efficient. Snowy and snow could of been cleared from front of building a bit more. Our room was a king suite on fifth floor. View was brick building across the street. Entering suite, galley kitchen area on left (did not use any of kitchen) If you were extended stay this would be a nice feature. Next area was couch coffee table and TV. Decorating/room layout left a lot to be desired. It seemed like you were in a utility closet watching television. The area was small and narrow with four utility vents on one wall. The view around TV is nonexistent consisting of nothing, not even a piece of art or stripe of paint. Boring. I would swap TV with couch so at least the window was in view. The bath was a large shower with very nice amenities and soft fluffy towels and four of them YAY. TP holder and towel rack is pipe fittings which I thought was cool. Double doors leading to bedroom are stained glass beer mugs, also cool. No closet in room at all an armoire is in bedroom to hang clothes. Maybe add hooks by front door to hang coats. Bed comfortable and nice sheets and comforter. Loved the pillows. Room had its own thermostat. Two narrow ceiling to floor windows in entire suite. Curtains did not block out the morning sunlight adequately. Two night tables and desk area with flat screen and one chair in bedroom. Colors the room is decorated and painted in did not appeal to me at all and I usually don't even notice such things. Missed out on breakfast so no comment there. Rooms were quiet. Hallways fun with copper kettles in center. Bar adjacent to Hotel very nice and food good. The Best Bar half a block away (walking distance) was rocking with a band and had a lot of fun there. I enjoyed our night here and would like to stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Extended stay, all-suite boutique hotel transformed from the original Pabst Brewing Company Brewhouse. Located on the west side of downtown Milwaukee, the Brewhouse Inn & Suites harkens back to a bygone era in the city's brewing history. While retaining many of the unique features of the famous 1877 cream city brick Pabst brewhouse, including the dramatic five story skylit atrium with original brew kettles and stained glass window depicting King Gambrinus (patron saint of brewing), the hotel has added the superior service, tasteful amenities, and latest technology the discriminating traveler has come to expect. The ninety oversized rooms, all of them suites with large windows, exposed beams, and brick walls, are decorated in a stylish, neo-victorian, steampunk decor. Eclectic, yet so comfortable, all suites are equipped with full kitchen facilities, cable television with high definition flat screen lcd tv's, custom designed work desks with convenient power outlets, free hard wired and wireless internet access, and include complimentary breakfast. With a business center, fitness room, laundry facilities, valet parking, and gift shop, The Brewhouse Inn & Suites offers both the extended stay and overnight guest everything they require to make their stay relaxing and productive. Eight miles from Mitchell Field, and less than one mile from the Wisconsin Center, the Bradley Center, and Marquette University, The Brewhouse is convenient to all downtown attractions and businesses. ... more less
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