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Our stay was for four nights. The Knickerbocker is a step back in time. They have kept the elegant feel of days past. Staff was friendly and professional. The rooms have small kitchenettes in them. The bathrooms are small. The rooms have coffee makers in...More
Just stayed at The Knick on the Lake in Milwaukee, WI, and loved the character of the room. I had a junior suite, with a kitchenette. The front desk service was friendly. In fact, I found all of Milwaukee friendly. The only "con" of the...More
My husband and I stayed one night at the Knickerbocker and absolutely loved everything about it! The hotel is a great combination of history and modern renovations. You can feel and see the history in the hotel (check out the room doors!), but you also...More
We live about 45 minutes from downtown Milwaukee and for the 4th of July my husband wanted to stay downtown and watch the fireworks with our 3 teen daughters (14-17 years old). He booked a 2 bedroom suite and and asked for a roll away....More
I very much enjoyed my stay here. The lobby is that of a grand old hotel that has continued to be just that. The experience is carries on threw to the rooms with there bowed doors that at one time where used as a laundry...More
US$124 - US$262 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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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"Make sure to ask for a room away from the elevators."