This is partially a residential hotel - i.e., some people stay there long-term. The rooms [or, rather, studios] are appropriately furnished, although a bit dingy. Mine looked into a courtyard, so was short on daylight. Kitchen very well equipped, everything was quite clean. No big problems to report - the parking seems a bit of a rip-off [$8 per day, self-parking]. This place definitely has some old-school charm. The breakfast 'lounge' looks like it leapt out from a Norman Rockwell picture. A nice 10-minute walk to the museum.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Plaza has been a fixture on Milwaukee's eastside since the roaring 1920's. This art deco gem has been thoughtfully renovated to restore many of the stunning original architectural details while providing for the modern amenities & the latest technology today's traveler demands. Nestled in a residential nook of the Yankee Hill neighborhood, the Plaza is just 4 blocks from Lake Michigan and the city's lakefront attractions. Within walking distance to some of the city's best restaurants, nightlife, arts, sports, etc. Grocery store, churches, art galleries & shopping are all nearby. On-site parking for a minimal fee, kitchenettes & laundry room. Cafe at the Plaza, open 7am-2pm. Known for it's great breakfasts! Sitting on the edge of downtown, you will find the Plaza to be a relaxing urban retreat.Property has air conditioning in the summer months. AC unit installed based on weather conditions. ... more less
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