Our unique property is made up of two distinct buildings — The Main House and The Flats — which are joined by our actively programmed courtyard and comfortable, woodsy patio.
Built in 1947, the brick-and-steel Main House plays host to the action. There you’ll find the front desk and lobby, The Lakely (our restaurant/bar/venue), a flexible event/meeting room, two studio guest rooms, and a dozen different two-room suites. Each guest room resonates with the vibe of a true Wisconsin modern lodge, with furniture handcrafted from urban wood culled from trees which once grew right inside our city.
The rooms are stylish and eclectic yet familiar and comfortable with fun amenities like record players, locally stocked snack trays, and minibars featuring local brews. And getting there is half the fun, as the common halls are filled with fantastic local artwork.
Built in 1961, the Flats building is a classic mid-century motor lodge with exterior entries to each carefully crafted room. Substantially updated and improved, the building now has the look of a woodsy retreat, adorned with cedar wood slating and bronze accents. The upper level features an expansive shared balcony overlooking the compound, while lower units each have a semi-private patio right at their front doorstep.
Flats guest rooms have everything you need — including record players and locally stocked minibars. Like the Main House, each room features handcrafted furniture, built with wood culled from trees that once grew inside our city. *The Flats are dog-friendly!