Renaissance Milwaukee Wests Launches Nordstrom Exclusive Shopping Package

USA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. December 21, 2020

Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Renaissance Milwaukee West, which was designed with fashion in mind, has introduced a new Nordstrom Exclusive Shopping Package, taking advantage of the hotel's close proximity to the Mayfair Mall's Nordstrom and luxury shopping department store.

Starting at $189/night, the package includes overnight accommodations at the Renaissance Milwaukee West, complimentary parking, one $100 Nordstrom gift card, and two complimentary cocktail vouchers for the Eldr+Rime bar. Upon arrival, guests will receive a Nordstrom tote bag with sample sized beauty products, QR code and contact info to a personal stylist/shopper. From there, guests have the opportunity to visit Nordstrom in person, just steps away from the hotel, or shop online from the comfort of the hotel's luxurious guestrooms and utilize curbside pickup, taking advantage of the partnership with Nordstrom and connection to their personal stylist during the stay. Guests may book the package online.



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