InterContinental Milwaukee

By Connect Staff, March 18, 2013
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A stay in one of the hotel’s two Pink Rooms will benefit a local nonprofit supporting people affected by breast cancer.

Indoor bocce ball tournaments, food events and a weekly music series are just a few of the free-time activities entertaining meeting attendees at the InterContinental Milwaukee. Located along the city’s downtown riverwalk, the hotel is within walking distance of shops and restaurants, the Milwaukee Art and Public museums, the historic Pabst Theater, and Veterans Park and the shores of Lake Michigan. Its 221 guest rooms and suites include two Pink Rooms decorated in pink, pink and more pink, with a portion of the proceeds from each stay donated to a local organization that supports people affected by breast cancer. The hotel’s 13,000 square feet of meeting space spans the first, second and third floors, with individual rooms ranging from a 12-person boardroom to a 5,000-sq.-ft. salon with seating for up to 400. Internet access is available in all meeting rooms, and an on-site technician handles the audiovisual services.

 

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