The Pfister Hotel
The Pfister Hotel
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The Pfister Hotel


The Pfister Hotel was known as “The Great Hotel of the West” when it first opened its doors in 1893. The Pfister was the first hotel in America with individual thermostats in each guestroom because to the revolutionary fireproof structure and internal electrical power plant included into the Romanesque Revival design by architect Charles Koch. The hotel has the biggest collection of Victorian art of any hotel in the world, and it has a remarkable three-story lobby that is dominated by a giant fireplace and a grand marble staircase. With private treatment rooms, WELL Spa + Salon provides individualized services. A club bar, fitness center, indoor pool, and Blu—a cocktail lounge with stunning views of the city and Lake Michigan—are among the additional amenities.

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424 East Wisconsin Avenue,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202