Wisconsin’s Top Boutique Hotels

Bordered by Lakes Superior and Michigan, Wisconsin provides diverse landscapes.

To the west and north are hills that are great for mountain biking and hiking, lowlands to the east and south are perfect for dairy farming. Check out our list of best boutique hotels and learn about more attractions in Wisconsin.


Hotel Metro

This historic hotel is situated in the center of the Art and Entertainment District of downtown Milwaukee. The spacious rooms can accommodate a group of four guests in each room. The hotel is close to the waterfront of Lake Michigan, the Wisconsin Center, BMO Harris Bradley Center, Harley Davidson Museum, and the Milwaukee Art Museum.


The Clarke Hotel

This boutique hotel provides intimate luxuriousness in a historic, relaxing neoclassical style – which includes amenities for the leisure and corporate traveler and hotel accommodations. The hotel is distinguished by its historic and unique architecture. The hotel resides four buildings in the center of arts and business districts of Waukesha and a minute walk from attractions and sites in metropolitan Milwaukee.


The Oxbow Hotel

The hotel is located in the center of downtown Eau Claire, and a minute walk from several theaters, farmer’s markets, parks, pubs, retailers, restaurants, and different nightly events. The property comprises two buildings – The Flats and The Main House. The Lakey, the bar, restaurant, and music venue, is hosted at the Main House.


County Clare Irish Inn and Pub

The hotel is a critically commended Irish hotel situated on the East Side. Each room in the hotel is equipped with king-size beds, queen size beds, and a whirlpool bathtub. The drink, food, and music of Ireland are celebrated at the County Clare Pub and Restaurant.


Washington House Inn

The hotel features 34 suites and rooms with fireplaces, whirlpool baths, luxurious linens, and comfortable beds. Guests can enjoy afternoon wine and complimentary breakfast.


The Charmant Hotel

This 67-room boutique hotel is located in downtown La Crosse. Architectural elements of the original building as a candy factory have been reimagined and preserved, which include exposed brick, wood beams, and maple wood flooring. The suites and rooms feature premium amenities. The hotel also features event spaces for private dinners or business gatherings. The restaurant features an inviting, warm ambiance and offers a private dining room and outdoor patio dining.


Stewart Inn

This luxury boutique hotel is located in the Andrew Warren Historic District and downtown River District of Wausau. The hotel offers a nightly cheese & wine reception, concierge service, fine linens, steam showers, and gourmet breakfast. The hotel is within walking distance at downtown businesses, galleries, museums, shops, and restaurants.



Play, work and stay in one of 48 suites and guestrooms at HotelRED, the most contemporary and newest boutique hotel in Madison. Guests are being surrounded in comfort and indulgence with sleek Euro-design and vivid colors. The Wise, the lobby bar and bistro of the hotel, offers appetizers, Wisconsin micro-brew, and a cocktail. The hotel also features banquet facilities, private parties, and business meetings.


Ironworks Hotel

This luxury boutique hotel is situated on the Rock River banks and inspired by the industrial age of America. Ironworks Hotel is home to Merrill & Houston’s Steak Joint, one of the best restaurants in the area.


The Delafield Hotel

The hotel surrounds guests with contemporary furnishings, eclectic art, and cherry wood offering a relaxed environment. The guest suites offer Kohler Rain Showers & Spa Tubs, cozy furniture, and open spaces for the best setting for business travel, weddings, romantic getaways, and leisure travel. Plush down duvets, pillow-top mattresses, and fine quality linens offer extra comfort.


Outdoor enthusiasts can select from great boating and fishing, and some of the best biking and hiking trails to be found in Wisconsin while enjoying your stay at one of these boutique hotels.

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