Hotels in Wisconsin
Located 12 miles from Lake Geneva, this homey Victorian B&B. Guestrooms—many of which have fireplaces and period detailing—is named after a Victorian Era author (Charles Dickens, Agatha Christie, more). Request a room with a double-Jacuzzi tub.
The cycling-themed property showcases antique and contemporary biking décor and rooms named after five-time winners of the Tour de France. (The Lance Armstrong room has the only king-size poster bed.)
Eight miles from the zoo, this family-friendly eco-hotel has a “green” rooftop spa and free bicycles (helmets included).
The stately red-brick exterior and rich dark-wood paneling in the lobby and restaurant contrast with the lighter, brighter feeling of its 38 luxurious guest rooms and suites; all have handsome antique furnishings, and some overlook the forested Kettle Moraine hills.
Certified by Travel Green Wisconsin,, this inn boasts in-room whirlpools and fireplaces, private balconies, and hammocks amid birches overlooking the lake—plus a recycling program and locavore-focused menu rich in Wisconsin cheeses.
1918 Tudor boardinghouse, now the Midwest’s most luxe resort and spa (two of the golf courses have been renovated to host the 2012 U.S. Women’s Open).
Travelers feel blissfully off the radar when nestled in at this 240-room property located on the shores of a glacially formed lake in a village with less than 1,000 residents.
Since it opened, this historic Grand Dame—which includes the 1893 building and a modern tower—in downtown Milwaukee has hosted every U.S. president since McKinley.
One of Wisconsin’s top resorts, the Grand Geneva Resort & Spa is home to its own ski resort, water park, even a rock-climbing wall.
The only Relais & Châteaux property in the midwest, Northern Wisconsin's favorite wilderness retreat, Canoe Bay, has upped the ante for lakeside cottages with four recently opened cabins.
Nightly campfires, lodges, log cabins, water activities, a babbling brook, and lore claiming that Al Capone vacationed there make this a great hideaway.