Studio

At 330 sq. ft., there's plenty of room for working in the well-lit living area that overlooks downtown or entertaining a guest in the counter-height dining area, which is adjacent to a full kitchen.

From unique, Victorian-inspired furnishings to modern media and technology, these studio-sized suites blend history with comfort and luxury. Studios are available with a king, queen, or two queen beds with wooden headboards repurposed from the brewery.

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Brewhouse hotel room with a white-linen bed, modern kitchen area, and a wooden dining counter.

One Bedroom

Live like a king in a spacious, 700 sq. ft. one-bedroom suite that features exposed Cream City brick and a private bedroom equipped with a king, queen, or two queen beds in addition to the queen-size sleeper in the separate living area.

The one-bedroom suite is rounded out with modern amenities, including dual flat-panel TVs and a workspace with an ergonomic chair.

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King-sized bed in white linen with a stained-wood headboard in a Brewhouse suite.

Two Bedroom

At 1100 sq. ft., these spacious two-bedroom suites can comfortably sleep up to six people in a king bedroom, a queen bedroom, and a queen-size sleeper in the living room.

Enjoy two full bathrooms and oversized windows that offer sweeping views of downtown Milwaukee. Historic touches—such as extra-high ceilings, Cream City brick, and exposed Carnegie Steel beams and posts—help these rooms retain their urban-industrial roots.

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Clean and modern sofa and ottoman area in a sunny Brewhouse suite.

Baron Terrace

Marvel at the grandeur of Milwaukee's skyline from an outdoor retreat: a private terrace surrounded by the Brewhouse's green roof.

At 850 sq. ft. and with 18-foot ceilings, the spacious one-bedroom Baron Terrace suite has a plush king-size bed and a queen-sized sofa bed in the separate living area. Combining modern amenities, first-rate hotel services, and upgraded furnishings that blend the industrial with the contemporary, this is a sophisticated suite designed for comfort.

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The living area of the Baron Terrace suite, including a couch and ottoman, leather armchair, elegant desk, and door to the outdoor terrace.

Baron Loft

With 1100 sq. ft. and a brick-lined staircase that leads to a unique loft space, the Baron Loft is our Milwaukee hotel's signature suite.

Guests can spread out across the living room, full kitchen, and two private bedrooms, including a bright and cozy loft space that holds a king-sized bed and a downstairs room with a queen-sized bed. With upgraded furnishings—such as exposed Cream City brick, arched windows that perfectly frame a view of downtown, and stunning ceiling beams of dark wood—this spacious suite seamlessly blends industrial chic with decadent sophistication.

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Living area in the Baron Loft that includes a television, bureau, dining counter, and kitchen.

Baron Two Bedroom

With two private bedrooms and a separate living area that, together, house a king bed, queen bed, and a queen-size sleeper, this enormous suite can comfortably sleep up to six people.

Ornate, Victorian-inspired furnishings and modern technologies are situated among walls of exposed Cream City brick and concrete, creating a sleek-yet-warm ambiance. Featuring 14-foot arched windows with outstanding views of the city skyline, an oyster-shucking table, and part of the original mill's stairwell in the queen room, this visually arresting suite cannot be outdone by any other hotel room in Milwaukee.

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Interior view of Brewhouse's Baron two-bedroom suite with plush gray couch, oversized ottoman, kitchen area, and hallway leading to the bedroom.
Closeup of gold stitching and pull handles on a leather bureau.
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