The renovation of The Pfister Hotel's 176 guest rooms emphasized luxury in elements large and small. Check out a slideshow to see some of the improvements at the downtown Milwaukee hotel.
The recently completed renovations are part of a multiyear, multimillion-dollar reinvestment in the historical hotel, according to a statement from owner Marcus Hotels & Resorts, Milwaukee. The rooms are now decorated in neutral grays with small "pops" of color. Each bathroom now features marble vanity tops and flooring, a separate commode stall and a tiled shower.
The hotel also added two new club floors with additional amenities. Club guests receive a personalized welcome note, milk and cookies, slippers, a bed tray and other flourishes. They also have access to the hotel’s new Club Lounge on the 23rd floor and a private attendant.
Built in 1893, The Pfister is one of the most well-known hotels in Milwaukee but is facing increased competition downtown, particularly from the Milwaukee Marriott Downtown, which is located nearby at North Milwaukee Street and East Wisconsin Avenue.
Reported by: Milwaukee Business Journal