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Hotel Metro

Overview

Step through the doors of this splendid, six-story limestone Art Deco building and you're transported to the heady mid-1930s, an era where hospitality thrived, luxury was de rigueur, style and comfort wasn't a contradiction and "home away from home" wasn't cliche. Hotel Metro originally housed commercial offices and shops, but its location fated its evolution into a luxury hotel and in 1998 Hotel Metro came into its own, thanks to a seven million dollar renovation.

Legendary Wisconsin designer Madame Kouny oversaw all the furnishings and fixtures and gave the interiors an ambience that evokes the Art Deco age while providing guests with state-of-the art amenities. Hand-woven carpets from Tibet, handmade silk shades, bamboo wood flooring, and wood paneling from sustainable forests all contribute to the hotels stylish and warm atmosphere. The large guest suites average 530 square feet and are equipped with free high-speed Internet access, free Wi-Fi, two televisions with in-room movies and VCR players, CD players and CDs, oversized desks, in-room safes and refreshment bars. Many suites also come with Jacuzzis® and fire places.

In 1936, this was the first commercial building in Milwaukee with central air conditioning.

Original Property Opened: 1937

Contact Information:
Street Address:
411 E. Mason Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

The Great Depression, 1929 ~ 1938

Step through the doors of this splendid, six-story limestone Art Deco building and you're transported to the heady mid-1930s, an era where hospitality thrived, luxury was de rigueur, style and comfort wasn't a contradiction and "home away from home" wasn't cliche.

Learn more about the History of Hotel Metro.


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