On a gorgeous summer evening in Milwaukee, over 500 artists, makers, guests and supporters came together to christen Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel as it officially opened its doors to the community. Drawing inspiration from Saint Catherine, the patron saint of artists, Saint Kate is among the first hotels in the nation to broadly celebrate arts in its many forms – from painting and sculpture to dance and drama.
Cambria Hotel Milwaukee Downtown, 503 N. Plankinton Ave., will officially open its doors this August. The new, sophisticated hotel serves as a hip destination in the up-and-coming metropolitan area, and was built by Chicago development company, Murphy Development Group (MDG). The hotel will be managed by Concord Hospitality, an award-winning hotel management company, and Murphy Asset Management (MAM), a subsidiary of MDG, will act as the Asset Manager. Located within walking distance of the Historic Third Ward, shores of Lake Michigan, Walker’s Point, and the RiverWalk District, Cambria Hotel Milwaukee Downtown is the quintessential destination for both residents and visitors alike with premier amenities, meeting space, and more.
Drink and Dine at Saint Kate – the Culinary Journey Begins at Milwaukee’s First Immersive Arts Hotel
Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel, Milwaukee’s first-of-its kind independent arts hotel, unveiled today its new culinary and bar experiences: Aria Café & Bar, Proof Pizza, the Bar at Saint Kate and Giggly Champagne & Wine Bar. By sourcing the best quality and freshest ingredients from near and far, Saint Kate’s dining experiences will engage, connect and inspire locals and visitors alike as they discover something new, or simply enjoy a classic favorite. Whether to nosh, nourish or explore, dining and drinking at Saint Kate will be simply fresh, exciting and delicious.
The historic AAA Four-Diamond Pfister® Hotel, owned and managed by Marcus® Hotels & Resorts, today announced Rosy Petri as the hotel’s 11th Artist in Residence. Petri, a Milwaukee-based multidisciplinary artist, will work in the hotel’s lobby-level Artist’s Studio for one year beginning April 1, 2019. She is succeeding current Pfister Artist in Residence and fashion designer, Stephanie Schultz.
Marcus Hotels & Resorts Rebranding Downtown Milwaukee’s InterContinental as an Independent, Arts-Themed Hotel