We stayed one night. The rooms are certainly "micro" in size but that was expected. My only complaint is that our tv didn't work, and there was no remedy for it. Very clean. Front desk was very friendly. I would stay again, for $70.
Had to pass through a couple times in one weekend. Much better than I expected for a budget hotel. This will be my go to place whenever I have to stay in Madison on my own. Cleanliness is my top concern and their rooms were very clean.
Locks were being changed on the doors. Supposedly one floor /day. I was informed verbally at the front desk at check in. What i was not informed of was the fact that this process would start at 8:45am, and the supposed quick and easy procedure actually involved numerous power tools and enough noise ...
I've stayed at this Radisson several times in the last few years. Staff are always friendly and professional, and the hotel is always clean and comfortable. The free breakfasts are better than most, with hot food and fruit, and oatmeal (my personal go-to breakfast). My only complaint is a nitpick ...
in room fridge has no control and the thermostat is turned up all the way turning it into a freezer. It ruined quite a bit of food I purchased for my 5 day stay. Coffee makers in room are less than I would expect in a $100 a night hotel. The premix coffee dispensed in the breakfast room is awful. ...
This was a fantastically stylish hotel right on the University of Madison campus. It's within walking distance of the state capitol building with lots of shopping, eating and drinking options nearby. Super convenient and very, very cute. I do have to say that it's in an older building, so the layout ...
Madison, Wisconsin, is a beautiful city located on Lake Monona known for its lovely natural surroundings and the University of Wisconsin. Hotels Madison are within easy reach of the University of Wisconsin and the historic Harold C. Bradley House. There are a number of inexpensive options for hotels in Madison located near the downtown area. Book rooms at the recently renovated Hotel Ruby Marie, or stay at the charming country bed and breakfast Speckled Hen Inn.
Madison is known for its local music, and hosts a number of music festivals throughout the year. These include the Waterfront Festival and the Madison Pop Festival, both of which are near Madison hotels.
Madison is known for its eclectic collection of low priced eateries and bars, many of which are near the university. Visit The Old Fashioned Tavern and Restaurant to sample the famous Wisconsin beer, brats and cheese.
Wisconsin State Capitol building on East Main Street, features architecture based on the dome of the U.S. Capitol, is the main feature of the Madison skyline. The building is open to the public and provides free weekday tours.
Shoppers will find all they need in the many malls found throughout Madison, including the Hilldale Shopping Center on North Midvale Boulevard that features a popular farmer's market on the weekends.
Madison is one of the best college sports towns in America, and the University of Wisconsin Badgers are the main attraction. The football team plays home games in Camp Randall Stadium in front of 80,000 cheering fans.
Stayed one night for business. Hard to believe that this hotel is right in town, it is super quiet. Rooms were clean & comfortable. Staff was great!
Very nice hotel. Bed was a bit harder than I prefer and breakfast selection was kind of odd. Would have preferred a more typical breakfast, so we went out. Other than that, I would say it was excellent!
Everyone was friendly and helpful. The hotel is in very good shape and just far enough from the city.
Staff was very polite and friendly. Quick check in, professional and kind.