Greenwood Hospitality to manage Wisconsin Embassy Suites

The Embassy Suites by Hilton Milwaukee Brookfield is the only Embassy Suites in Wisconsin. Photo credit: Hilton

Greenwood Hospitality Group was awarded the management contract for the 203-room Embassy Suites by Hilton Milwaukee Brookfield. Located in Brookfield, Wis., less than 12 miles west of downtown Milwaukee, the hotel represents the only Embassy Suites by Hilton hotel in the state.

The hotel features a restaurant, a bar,a  heated indoor pool, a fitness center, a business center and a 24-hour convenience store. Its two-room suites each include a private bedroom and a separate living room with a sofa bed and wet bar. Its 1,200-square-foot luxury suites feature a whirlpool tub, a conference table for eight and three TVs.

Based in Denver, Greenwood Hospitality also has offices in Hartford, Conn., Harrisburg, Pa., and Houston. It specializes in the acquisition, repositioning and management of upscale and full-service hotels in the United States. Its 22-property portfolio totals more than 4,100 rooms and includes brands from Marriott International, Hilton, IHG and Radisson Hotel Group.

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