Renaissance Milwaukee West Hotel Opening in Wauwatosa August 2020

Located Within the Mayfair Mall Shopping and Lifestyle District, the Upscale Property Will Provide a Sophisticated and Comfortable Home Away from Home for Leisure and Business Travelers

USA, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. June 30, 2020

Set to provide a new, luxurious destination in Milwaukee's metropolitan area, Renaissance Milwaukee West, 2300 N. Mayfair Rd., Wauwatosa, will open to the public in August 2020, adding confidence to the community that the hospitality industry will soon bounce back. Nestled in the heart of Milwaukee's western neighbor, just minutes from downtown, Renaissance Milwaukee West will serve as a unique hub for both travelers and locals, alike, within convenient proximity to businesses including Milwaukee County Research Park, Medical College of Wisconsin and several other large and small corporations. Guests staying at the hotel will also have easy access to experiences and entertainment at Miller Park, Wauwatosa Village, Milwaukee County Zoo, Wisconsin Expo Center, Historic Third Ward, Fiserv Forum and more. The project is developed in partnership with HKS Holdings, LLC and will be managed by Concord Hospitality Enterprises.

"We are honored to be opening the first Renaissance hotel in the state of Wisconsin to serve our local community members and visitors to Wauwatosa and Milwaukee areas," said Vik Khokhar, General Manager, Renaissance Milwaukee West Hotel. "It's a symbol of pride and optimism in these unprecedented times. Travel is an essential part of our lives to discover something new. We look forward to the very near future when we can celebrate with our guests, all the while extending authentic services and unveiling this clean, safe and stylish environment that will add new colors to their experiences. From the moment of arrival until they depart, guests can expect to immerse themselves into design elements that are intriguing and unexpected in many ways."

With the artistry and complexity of the fashion world's tailors and seamstresses in mind, Renaissance Milwaukee West is designed creatively to balance structured and organic shaping and masculine and feminine details into a transcended beauty and simplicity. The architecture of the eye-catching hotel provides a backdrop to the visual lines throughout that emphasize the art of garment construction, accomplished using forms from the tools of the fashion trade. Furniture within the hotel is expressive yet functional and classically styled with a twist, highlighting warm and vibrant colors.

Standing 12 stories tall, Renaissance Milwaukee West boasts 196 modern guestrooms and suites, featuring distinctive style with touches of whimsy. In each guestroom, visitors may enjoy high-quality pillowtop beds with cotton-rich linens and fluffy pillows, convenient and modern amenities and the ability to stream movies and TV shows on 55-inch HDTV with Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, YouTube and other services. Eligible guests and Marriott Bonvoy members may also use the Club Lounge with concierge services available. Catering to a wide range of guests and needs, the hotel features several amenities including a 12th floor fitness center, lobby bar and beautifully designed event space on the top floor that provides panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Adjacent to the hotel is also an independently designed chef driven destination restaurant, Eldr+Rime, featuring New American cuisine with nods to Scandinavian flavors and traditions.

Renaissance Milwaukee West offers more than 9,864 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space for memorable events of all sizes including a 4,500 sq. ft., Revel Hall, a high-end ballroom, that can be divided into three sections and provide a wide range of set up options. Each room is equipped with modern furnishings, AV capabilities to include virtual conferencing, high-speed Wi-Fi and floor to ceiling windows with natural lighting. The hotel also provides skilled planners, a dedicated in-house events team and Navigator services to help discover the events' full potential.

For more information on Renaissance Milwaukee West, visit http://www.renmilwaukee.com or call (414) 771-2300.



Rendering of Renaissance Milwaukee West
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Tags: hotel opening, hotel design, Wisconsin hotel, Milwaukee hotel, Renaissance hotel

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Heron Agency
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