Are you planning to visit the Grand Old Badger State? Whether your idea of fun involves water sports, cultural pursuits, wining and dining, or football and beer, Wisconsin has all of this and more. From cheap hotels in Wisconsin to the many high-end resorts in Wisconsin, this stunning state offer you options galore.
Wisconsin comprises seven regions. The Northwest region, bordered by Lake Superior, houses the Apostle Islands and Sturgeon Bay. The Northeast region is home to Green Bay (with Lambeau Field and the Green Bay Packers) and Door County. It's flanked by Lake Michigan to the east and the Green Bay waterway to the west. East Central Wisconsin is home to Appleton (near the state's largest inland lake) and Sheboygan. The central part of the state is home to Green Lake and Wausau, areas offering great skiing near high-end resorts in Wisconsin.
The Mississippi River forms the western border of southwest Wisconsin, home to Potosi (which hosts an annual BrewFest) and La Crosse (which hosts an annual Folk Festival). South-central Wisconsin is home to Wisconsin Dells, also known as "The Waterpark Capital of the World." Lodging options in this south-central city range from inexpensive hotels to romantic resort hotels ideal for quiet getaways. Madison, home to University of Wisconsin, is also in this region of the state. Finally, southeast Wisconsin houses the state's largest city: Milwaukee. It's known as the City of Festivals, many of which pay homage to its beer-brewing heritage; MillerCoors and Milwaukee Brewing Co. are just two of the many breweries here. You'll find many Milwaukee hotels available in this region, which is bordered to the east by Lake Michigan.
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Hotels in Wisconsin start at $30 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.