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Things to do in Madison

Camp Randall Stadium
Alliant Energy Center
Kohl Center

Are there hotels available near Camp Randall Stadium?

Below are the 12 user recommended hotels in the area of Madison that is closest to Camp Randall Stadium. The average price near Camp Randall Stadium is £85/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Camp Randall Stadium are typically 27% less expensive than the average hotel in Madison, which is £116.

Hotels near Camp Randall Stadium

Are there hotels available near Alliant Energy Center?

If you’re looking for a hotel in Madison near Alliant Energy Center then you are in luck. momondo recommends 12 hotels near Alliant Energy Center and on average, hotels in the area cost £78/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Alliant Energy Center are typically 32% less expensive than the average hotel in Madison, which is £116.

Hotels near Alliant Energy Center

Are there hotels available near Kohl Center?

Hotels near Kohl Center are typically 25% less expensive than the average hotel in Madison, which is £116.

Hotels near Kohl Center

When to book a hotel in Madison

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£101 - £208
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The cheapest time to book hotels in Madison is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
1-2 star
£73 - £107
3 star
£107 - £135
4-5 star
£155 - £190

Madison travel tips

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Which neighbourhoods in Madison are close to public transport?

Madison has a bus network called the Metro Transit. The network operates small routes as well as broader services to help passengers access points throughout the city. As is similar to most major cities, visitors who book hotels in Madison close to the city centre will find convenient access to public transportation. Try the Livingston Inn in Tenney-Lapham, Mansion Hill Inn in the Mansion Hill Historic District, or Best Western Premier Park Hotel right downtown. You can also get access to transport from Wingra Park and Greenbush, among many other neighbourhoods. Madison has taxis and rideshares available, too. Walking is also an option.

How much does a hotel in Madison cost per night?

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2 stars or below
Hampton Inn & Suites Madison / Downtown
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The Madison Concourse Hotel
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The Edgewater
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Hilton Madison Monona Terrace
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Graduate Madison
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Where to stay in Madison

What neighbourhood in Madison should I stay in based on why I’m traveling?

As the capital of Wisconsin, Madison is home to the state government, companies and convention centres that host events. Professionals traveling to the city on business will want to stay downtown near the capitol, and there are many hotels in Madison providing easy access to this area, including the AC Hotel by Marriott Madison Downtown along Metro Transit routes like the 02 and 05, and the Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor's Club along Metro Transit routes like the 10 and 27. If you’re a parent visiting your kid at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, you’ll want to stay in a nearby neighbourhood, like South Campus or Oakland Heights. The Buckingham Inn is a popular option, however, if you opt to stay elsewhere, many Metro Transit routes offer service to the campus. Families will enjoy Greenbush and State-Langdon, which is near parks, museums and several Metro Transit bus stops.

Learn about attractions and sights in Madison

What are good things to do and see in Madison?

Madison has cultural attractions and child-focused points of interest. Try the Madison Children’s Museum on Metro Transit routes 10 and 27 in the Mansion Hill Historic District, and you can stay at the Edgewater to be within walking distance. There are also several options for visitors hoping to find cheap hotels in Madison for a weekend trip with friends. We recommend the DoubleTree by Hilton Madison Downtown in the city centre, which will put you close to the departure point for Paddle Pub. If staying elsewhere, Paddle Pub can be found on Metro Transit routes 27, 06, 13 and 82. You’ll want to stay near the State-Langdon neighbourhood if your goal is to visit popular museums in Madison: Chazen Museum of Art, near the Metro Transit bus stop University & N Park (WB), and the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, which offers free admission and is near the W Mifflin & N Carroll (WB) bus stop.

Which neighbourhoods in Madison are best for bars and restaurants?

Stay at one of the Madison hotels in the State-Langdon neighbourhood, like the Graduate Madison or the Canterbury Inn, both of which put several bars and restaurants within walking distance. Try Bassett Street Brunch Club. There are also Japanese, American, Italian and Russian options. For fine dining, try Frescos. If you’re staying at a downtown hotel near the Capitol building, like Hilton Madison Monona Terrace, you’ll find Mexican, American and Korean cuisine. For drinks, try the Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company or, if you like live music, Up North. The Metro Transit bus system provides service to all spots, too.

What popular events take place in Madison?

In January or February, Madison hosts the annual Madison Winter Festival, which provides entertainment for all. Held at the square near the Capitol downtown, spectating is free. You’ll see snow sculptures, speed skating on Lake Monona, as well as snowshoeing and other activities. Many local museums and business participate in the fun, so you’ll want to book a room in one of the cheap hotels in Madison that are nearby so you can experience it all—try the Hyatt Place Madison Downtown, or catch almost any of the buses for the Metro Transit to take you there if staying further afield. Circus fans will enjoy the Zor Shrine Circus, which comes to the Alliant Energy Center near Capitol View Heights each year around February; admission is reasonably priced. Stay at a nearby hotel, like the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Madison Central, or find your way from routes 11 or 15 on the Metro Transit.

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How long do people stay in Madison?

The average length of stay in Madison is 2 nights.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Madison?

Room prices for hotels in Madison can be as much as 52% lower in the month of October. So this is a great time to book and save money.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Madison?

At the moment the cheapest day to stay in a hotel in Madison is Saturday, with Friday being the most expensive.

Based on the weather in Madison, what attractions are popular during January?

If you’re looking to stay at a hotel in Madison during January, it is important to know that the average temperature is -7 °C and there is a low chance of snow with just 31 mm of precipitation expected.