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AmericInn Lodge & Suites Madison South Star Rating 2        
101 West Broadway

This informal hotel is 3 miles from the 16-acre Olbrich Botanical Gardens and 7 miles from Dane County Regional Airport.The unassuming rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms and suites add fireplaces and/or whirlpool tubs; suites also offer separate living areas.
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Madison Star Rating 2        
400 River Place

Set on the banks of the Yahara River, this relaxed hotel is also 5 miles from both the Wisconsin State Capitol and Henry Vilas Zoo.The unassuming rooms come with complimenary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers. Suites add sitting areas with pull-out sofas or whirlpool tubs.
Clarion Suites Central Star Rating 3        
2110 Rimrock Road

Part of the Alliant Energy Center event complex, this informal, all-suite hotel is 2.7 miles from University of Wisconsin-Madison and 7.5 miles from Dane County Regional Airport.
Grand Hotel Madison Star Rating 3        
3510 Mill Pond Road

This straightforward hotel, a minute from interstates 90 and 39, is 6.9 miles from the Alliant Energy Center and 10.1 miles from downtown Madison.
BEST WESTERN InnTowner and the Highland Club Star Rating 3        
2424 University Avenue

This upscale hotel is 2.4 miles from the Wisconsin State Capitol and 3.7 miles from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum.
BEST WESTERN West Towne Suites Star Rating 3        
650 Grand Canyon Drive

Off Highway 12, this straightforward hotel is 3 miles from the National Mustard Museum, 5 miles from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and 7 miles from the Wisconsin State Capitol.The contemporary rooms and suites come with free WI-Fi, flat-screen TVs, work desks and coffeemakers. Suites add whirlpool tubs or separate living areas with pull-out sofas, and some also add kitchenettes.
Residence Inn Madison East Star Rating 3        
4862 Hayes Road

Off Highway 151, this modern extended-stay hotel is a 4.2-mile drive from Olbrich Botanical Gardens and a 6.4-mile drive from the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Howard Johnson Madison Star Rating 2        
3841 E Washington Ave

Set 4 miles from Dane County Regional Airport, this laid-back hotel is also 3 miles from the 16-acre Olbrich Botanical Gardens.Unassuming rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Microwaves and minifridges are available for a fee.
GrandStay Residential Suites Star Rating 2.5        
5317 High Crossing Blvd

This relaxed all-suite hotel is 1.5 miles from East Towne Mall and 9 miles from the Overture Center for the Arts.Accented with traditional decor, the low-key rooms feature free Wi-Fi, kitchens that include full-size fridges, dishwashers and coffeemakers, and living spaces with flat-screen TVs.
Hotel Ruby Marie Star Rating 2        
524 East Wilson Street

Built in 1873, this casual Victorian-style hotel is half-a-mile from both the Wisconsin State Capitol and the beginning of State Street, home to trendy restaurants and nightlife.The quaint, period-style rooms all have free Wi-Fi, minifridges and coffeemakers. Select rooms add whirlpool tubs, fireplaces and private balconies.
 
 
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Madison is located in south-central Wisconsin and is 80 miles west of Milwaukee and 120 miles northwest of Chicago. It is often ranked near the top of the best places to live in the United States by Money magazine. It has many attractions ranging from museums to architecture to wonderful shopping and dining districts. Major Attractions One of the most visited areas is Mansion Hill. It is one of Madison's first prestigious neighborhoods, north of Capitol Hill, and established in the mid-19th-century. It features stunning Victorian architecture with amazing details. Some of the homes were also built in the Italian and German Romanesque revival styles.

Another building to view here is the Governor's Mansion, which was built in classical revival architecture. The Aldo Leopold Nature Center, named after the famous conservationist, offers programs that facilitate hands on activities where they and highlight the interconnectedness of nature and humanity. They have nighttime hikes and wild life identification excursions. The Wisconsin Historical Museum gives an overview of the regional history. It has four floors and information on Native Americans fur trading, politics, and prominent figures. The Olbrich Botanical Gardens named after Michael Olbrich, has many outdoor venues, an authentic Thai Pavilion, and a spectacular glass conservatory full of tropical flowers. The Chazen Museum of Art is a university museum and has works that date back thousands of years from all over the world.

The Unitarian Meetinghouse designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1940s is listed on the national registrar of historic places. The structure is crafted of glass, copper, wood, and limestone. Wright's Taliesin is a 600 acre complex of structures that show more of Wright's interest in Asian design. Taliesin means "shining brow".

For a great architectural experience, one should visit the Wisconsin State Capitol building completed in 1917, its dome is crowned with a bronze statue. It is a stately structure as it rises between the beautiful waters of Lake Monona and Lake Mendota. Restaurants Harvest is a simple restaurant that uses fresh and seasonal ingredients. It has flavorful dishes such as roasted chicken and sidewalk dining. Johnny Delmoncio's is a sophisticated steakhouse with delectable aged steaks, Moroccan spiced chicken, Maine lobster, and seared sea scallops with candied cashews. L'Etoile might be the city's most renowned restaurant and features the best local Wisconsin ingredients. Some famed dishes include seared wild king salmon, tea smoked quail, tenderloin with a red wine, and herb glazed chicken. Many local cheeses and dairy products complete the dining experience.

Lombardino's has been around since 1952, and yet another local Italian favorite. The menu has stood the test of time with amazing dishes including veal tenderloin, pastas, spaghetti's, and a variety of sauces. Bahn Card Thai has many fresh vegetables and lemongrass scented dishes, Madison's first Thai restaurant and the most popular by far.

Dane County Farmers Market on the Square is a year-round local market with incredible foodstuffs. Cheese, preserves, produce, meets, herbs, and many other fresh items are available. State Street is the most well known pedestrian mall and has ethnic restaurants, bookstores, and boutiques as well as art galleries, coffeehouses, and antique shops. Monroe Street is a charming neighborhood near the university. It's spread across more than a mile and offers all sorts of boutiques, art galleries, and antiques stores. Madison is a very attractive city to visit, both ascetically and visually. Beyond what is mentioned above, it is also a city that thrives in music, especially jazz and blues. There are many reasons to visit Madison and many reasons to return to this impressive town.