Walk into our fine establishment, and you will be welcomed by our favorite Gaelic sayings all around you, including Céad Míle Fáilte, which means “a hundred thousand welcomes.” Our Irish Hotel and Public House boasts a location just east of downtown and a stones-throw to Lake Michigan. We are also within walking distance to Brady Street, a fun local area with shopping, bars, and eateries, and Henry Maier Festival Park which hosts many festivals throughout the summer celebrating our diverse heritage in this city, including Irish Fest. Use our location as accommodations for your travels whether it be on business or pleasure.
Our Standard and Snug rooms contain a comfortable pillow-top queen bed, hand-crafted comforters, and a luxurious double whirlpool bath. Of our 29 rooms, we have four exclusive suites with a couch sitting area, king size beds, and a larger bathroom. Our guestrooms features an open floor plan with interior design influenced by our roots of a traditional Irish Inn and Pub.
We are excited about our new room upgrades that include: New mattresses, furniture, bed frames, and bedding.
- High-speed Wi-Fi and Cable
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Parking in our private parking lot
- Business needs such as printing or faxing
- Double Whirlpool Bathtub
- Separate stall shower, toilet in room, hairdryer, iron and ironing board
- Coffee maker and Irish tea
Call (414) 272-5273 to Reserve Your Room
NOTE: We CANNOT accommodate arrival times after 12 am on Sunday & Monday nights; after 1 am Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday nights; after 2 am Friday & Saturday nights.
PARKING: In the event that our parking lot is full, when you arrive for check-in, you are allowed to double park as long as you leave your keys with the front desk or the bartender.
Service dogs: We value all our guests with disabilities and service dogs are welcomed. A service animal is a dog trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability. No other animals other than registered service dogs are allowed on premise.
* Prices subject to change
during special events including but not limited to: St. Patrick’s Day, Summerfest, Irish Fest, Harley Fest, and New Year’s Eve. *