The ONLY place to stay when you visit Milwaukee. Home of Blu, WELL Spa + Salon & Mason Street Grill. Home of the award winning Pfister Narrator program.
Service is terrific hotel is beautiful
Great beds. Love the esthetics of this hotel! Only complaint is that their bars don't open until 5 there no bar open during the afternoon. Lobby bar gets too packed
Beautiful hotel. Stay in tower. Great food in cafe or Mason st grill. Also drinks on the top floor!
There is only one Pfister hotel. If you visit Milwaukee, it's the place to stay.
Beautiful hotel. Visit a bar here to watch the night view of Milwaukee.
Do not miss this. Beatiful lobby and the meeting space on the 7th floor has a great art display.
Check out the art, it's worth a visit, walk through the lobby, up the stairs, and be sure to look at the stuff on the 7th floor.
Make sure to add on the Pfister Club to your room - hot breakfast, yummy horderves from 5-8 pm, club room on the 23rd floor with amazing view and water, juice and snacks included all day.
Cute boutiques & restaurants to enjoy!
Beautiful Victorian hotel. Doubles as a haunted house. Definitely a little creepy. Check out the stories from MLB players: http://m.espn.go.com/mlb/story?storyId=9315544&src=desktop
Top notch service and very nice rooms! My wife & I had a great overall experience here. Would definitely return!
Vote for Brandon Minga!
For woman at front desk: when guest asks you to get a taxi and it is negative 15 outside, do not tell him he can walk down to the taxi rank.
Tip nice, service is good, see katrina.
This place is definitely haunted.
Talk to Stephanie! She is awesome!
Very beautiful building I love this place
nice place to stay. Great service.
The staff at the Pfister are first class and the hotel itself has charm for days. The internet is a little wonky for anything more than email. This is THE place to stay in Milwaukee.
Amazing Sunday Brunch! Must eat in Mileaukee!
Super nice and awesome service, Happy check in.
You could always have a goodnight sleep here. Super nice and quiet place.
Stop in for gorgeous decor at Christmas - and at any time of year! Classic elegance.
After avoiding the ghosts make your way to the 23rd floor for awesome views and a pool!
No free Wi-Fi! Really! Seriously?! Come on! You're kidding, right? This is 2012!!!
Love the stairs
Please folks, no Pfisting jokes.
Presidential sweet is crackin!
Cafe at the Pfister- Breakfast is lovely here.
Charles Pfister's passionate collecting created what today remains the world's largest hotel collection of Victorian art.
Be sure to stay for Sunday Brunch. Love the "breakfast only" lower price option for those that want a smaller meal!
dont forget to check out Blu Bar: Cocktail, Martini Lounge
Valet park for only $5 more than self park.
Don't order the chocolate milk from room service, it's not drinkable. Everything else is great though!
Gorgeous hotel and fantastic service! Upgrade to a King Suite for $40, it includes parking and Internet too.
Check out Blu!
Designed For Employees Only: Salve Staff Canteen at Pfister Hotel, by Johnsen Schmaling Architects, Milwaukee, won an AIA Wisconsin Architecture Design Award (2010).
The event staff is excellent to work with!
Order a bloody Mary from Valerie at the bar. She has been making bloody Marys for 37 years. She knows what she is doing!
Drop your bags in your room for the night, then take the elevator all the way up to the 23rd floor. Check out the Milwaukee skyline from Blu - a swanky and chill martini spot.
Booked two nights on Priceline for $60 a night! Amazing!
If you do go to the Phister, don't miss visiting Blu for a view of the city and some great jazz on the weekends.
Booked 3 rooms in a saturday night for $60 via priceline.
Book on priceline. We got a 200 room for 80.
Whiskey Bar, great live music and dancing within walking distance!
Fabulous place for a fabulous week!
Go to the Pfister and stay in the historic wing of the building.
Downtown and need a bathroom? This is your spot!
The Pfister is rumored to be visited often by the spirit of Charles Pfister, who founded the hotel in 1893.
It's ok, but you'd be better off staying at the Iron Horse hotel down the street...