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Milwaukee Trip Guide

This big city maintains ties to its German heritage (brews and brats, anyone?) while celebrating the present at an iconic art museum and fantastic festivals along Lake Michigan.

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Intercontinental Milwaukee.
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Where to stay

InterContinental Milwaukee The sleek lobby and contemporary furnishings ooze cool at this building near the RiverWalk. Dine at Kil@wat, the hotel's hip restaurant. From $180. (414) 935-5943; intercontinentalmilwaukee.com

Hotel Metro A 63-suite Art Deco boutique lodging downtown offers a variety of accommodations including pet-friendly suites, spa suites and conference suites. From $169. (877) 638-7620; hotelmetro.com

The Iron Horse Hotel Classy meets biker chic at this sexy boutique hotel with great on-site dining. Rooms are decorated with provocative murals. For bikers, there's a bike wash and rentals. From $149. (888) 543-4766; theironhorsehotel.com

Pfister Hotel Pampering guests since 1893, this restored lodging has an opulent Victorian feel, a new spa and 23rd-floor martini lounge. From $159. (800) 472-4403; thepfisterhotel.com

Prices, dates and other details are subject to change; please check specifics before making travel plans.

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