The Hilton Milwaukee City Center is a classic downtown Milwaukee Hotel and has long been known as the city's finest hotel with a tradition of excellence going back more than 75 years. This Hilton hotel has undergone many changes over the years and has completed a multi-million dollar restoration, which highlights this Hilton hotel's 1920's grandeur and elegance. The Hilton Milwaukee City Center is a traditional luxury hotel with all the modern conveniences you would expect. Hilton guestrooms are beautifully appointed and feature up-to-the-minute amenities including dual line telephones with voice mail and data ports. High speed internet access is available in all guestrooms. Guests receive a complimentary USA today each weekday morning. The Hilton Milwaukee City Center hotel features a 20 thousand square foot indoor water park - PARADISE LANDING - inside the hotel featuring seven water slides, a 32-person hydrotherapy spa, water basketball and a lily pad walk. Access to Paradise Landing Water Park is only guaranteed to package guests. Our dining facilities reflect the traditions of Milwaukee, Wisconsin- The Cafï¿½ features International entrees and The Miller Time Pub, which highlights the long brewing heritage of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our newest restaurant is the Milwaukee Chophouse known for it's tender steaks, mouthwatering lamb, fresh seafood, attentive service and extensive, affordable wine list. For business guests, this Hilton hotel offers complete business services including computers, fax machines and photocopiers. The Hilton is across the street from The Midwest Airlines Center via a convenient indoor skywalk. This Hilton hotel is also a short walk to the Lakefront and Festival Grounds, Bradley Sports Complex- the Theatre District, and the famous Grand Avenue Mall with its collection of 170 shops in historic Wisconsin buildings. Built in 1927, the hotel opened as the hotel Schroeder. During prohibition, the hotel was a gathering spot for many speakeasy regulars. When prohibition ended, The Lorraine Bar featured the city's longest bar and served beers brewed locally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin such as Miller, Pabst, Gettelman and Schlitz. A tradition of excellence and service- It happens at the Hilton.