Explore the Green Bay Area from our Hotel’s Convenient Location
Situated just off I-43 in the heart of the Green Bay area, our hotel’s location provides easy access to the city’s most popular attractions, including the National Railroad Museum, the historic Meyer Theatre, Oneida Casino and the Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo. During your stay, you can also visit Lambeau Field to cheer on the Packers, take a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium and view the team’s Super Bowl trophies in the Packers Hall of Fame. More of a nature enthusiast? Plan a hiking adventure at the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary or spend a sunny afternoon strolling through the Green Bay Botanical Garden.
Our hotel is located near the following attractions:
- Foxy Lady Cruises (5.3 miles)
This Coast Guard-certified cruise affords breathtaking views of Lake Michigan and the Green Bay area. The company also offers private cruises.
Phone: +1 (920) 432-3699
- Green Bay Botanical Garden (14 miles)
This gorgeous botanical garden is a must-see in the Green Bay area. Just minutes from our hotel's address, the garden captures the unique beauty of the region.
Phone: +1 (920) 490-9457
- Lambeau Field and Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame (12 miles)
Packers fans will love our hotel's location just 12 miles from Lambeau Field. Catch a game, tour the stadium or browse the Hall of Fame.
Phone: +1 (920) 569-7500
- National Railroad Museum (9.5 miles)
People of all ages can enjoy a tour of this museum, which houses one of the nation's largest collections of locomotives and railroad memorabilia.
Phone: +1 (920) 437-7623
- Neville Public Museum (5.7 miles)
This eclectic museum offers a variety of exhibits on subjects ranging from Wisconsin history to regional art to the human body.
Phone: +1 (920) 448-4460
- University of Wisconsin—Green Bay (5.3 miles)
This acclaimed university features a world-class performing arts center, premium student housing and spectacular bay views.
Phone: +1 (920) 465-2000
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For more information, visit the Greater Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau website.