New SpringHill Suites opens in Milwaukee

SpringHill Suites Milwaukee

A new SpringHill Suites hotel opened in Milwaukee.

Located at the corner of 4th and Wells streets, 155-suite SpringHill Suites Milwaukee Downtown operates as a Marriott franchise, is owned by JSWD Commerce — an affiliate of Jackson Street Holdings — and managed by White Lodging Services.

"This hotel provides today's most important amenities to guests, with both hot breakfast and wifi complimentary and included in the daily room rate," said Chris Anderson, SVP and chief revenue officer at White Lodging. "No other hotel connected to the Wisconsin Center is able to provide that to their guests."

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The SpringHill Suites Milwaukee Downtown is located within the historic Commerce Building, which was built in 1928 and is two blocks from the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The hotel is situated minutes from Marquette University, the Henry W. Maier Festival Park – home of Summerfest and the historic Third Ward District.

"I believe the hotel's location and historic location is unlike any other in the city," said Michael Aftanski, GM of the hotel. "We are ready to welcome visitors to Milwaukee as well as local residents who want to stay close to all of the action downtown." 

SpringHill Suites Milwaukee Downtown is designed for business and leisure travelers. Hotel guestrooms offer separate living, working and sleeping spaces, a pullout sofa bed and lounge chair.

In addition to the SpringHill Suites Milwaukee Downtown, White Lodging manages the Milwaukee Marriott Downtown and the upcoming Westin Milwaukee Downtown, both owned by Jackson Street Holdings.

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