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Milwaukee Airport Hotel Offers Convenient Location for Festival-Goers

Fairfield Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airport Provides Guests With Easy Access to Summerfest Flyer Bus Service

OAK CREEK, WI -- (Marketwired) -- 06/12/14 -- For unmatched comfort and reliability, travelers visiting Milwaukee seek the Fairfield Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airport. Located only minutes from downtown Milwaukee, this hotel brings local attractions like Brewers games at Miller Park, Miller Coors Brewery, the Milwaukee Art Museum, and Summerfest Grounds right to guests' doorstep.

This most expediently located Milwaukee lodging makes it easy to experience the world's largest music festival. Each summer, the hotel fills with guests seeking their favorite bands and the experience of a lifetime at Summerfest. Fairfield Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airports looks forward to the festival each year, and has been honored to offer guests premium quality stays at superior value.

Just one block away from a Summerfest Flyer bus, guests can power-up with Fairfield Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airport's complimentary breakfast buffet, continental breakfast, or Grab-n-Go breakfasts and head straight to the Summerfest Grounds for days of fun with a soundtrack provided by any one of the festival's 800 acts. Among hotels near Milwaukee Airport, Fairfield Inn & Suites is the smart lodging option for festival-goers.

Fairfield Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airport doesn't just accommodate leisure travelers -- this hotel can also get down to business. With ample workspace and complimentary WiFi, business travelers will find these convenient Milwaukee hotel suites meet all their needs. Executive King suites with bedrooms and added living areas help keep business and pleasure separated, assuring guests a productive and laid-back stay.

The hotel's advantageous airport location is the perfect place to host business meetings. Planners can have all 795 sq. ft. of the hotel's meeting space at their disposal. Fairfield Inn & Suites' onsite staff helps ensure that every detail of the planning is carried out with accurate efficiency. And keep attendees comfortable by taking advantage of the hotel's delicious catering options for meals and coffee breaks. This lodging in Milwaukee, WI is the most pragmatic and accommodating choice for hosting a business meeting in greater Milwaukee.

Fairfield Inn & Suites Airport Milwaukee delivers affordable suites with fantastic amenities at an optimum location for business and leisure travelers alike. This hotel allows guests to stay in modern luxury and still be able to enjoy the full Milwaukee experience. It makes sense that guests from all over agree -- Fairfield Inn and Suites Milwaukee Airport is among the top overall-quality hotels in the city.

About Fairfield Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airport
Unequaled in comfort and ease, this Milwaukee Airport hotel by Marriott boasts a premier location just outside downtown Milwaukee. Before heading out to nearby local attractions like The Milwaukee Public Zoo, The Discovery Center, Summerfest Grounds, and the Harley Davidson Museum -- guests can fill-up on one of Fairfield Inn & Suites many complimentary breakfast options. The hotel's friendly staff is committed to ensuring guests have a fulfilling experience and see to it that every need is met. Guests can take advantage of the hotel's fitness center or swim a few laps in their indoor swimming pool so that brat at the Brewers game or that beer at Miller Coors Brewery is guiltless. The business traveler will love the hotel's ample work space, free WiFi, focused and modern meeting facilities, and delectable full-service catering. All guest rooms offer outstanding amenities such as microwaves, mini-fridges, iPod docks, and two 32-inch flat screen TVs. Four of the hotel's suites offer a luxurious whirlpool, and all of them guarantee plush comfortable bedding for a restful night's sleep. With quality like this, it's no wonder Fairfield Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airport is the best hotel deal in the Milwaukee area.

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CONTACT:
Fairfield Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airport
6460 South 13th Street
Oak Creek, WI 53154
1-414-570-8888
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/mkeap-fairfield-inn-and-suites-milwaukee-airport/

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