Crowne Plaza MADISON
4402 E. WASHINGTON AVE., Madison, WI 53704
Madison, WI Hotel's Accommodations are Ideal Since the Crowne Plaza Madison hotel is situated on the east side of Madison, business and leisure travelers appreciate the easy access from I-90 -94 -39 and the convenient, 24-hour airport shuttle to and from Dane County Regional Airport (MSN). In Madison, WI, families have a wide variety of attractions to enjoy. You can take a tour of the Wisconsin State Capitol, visit University of Wisconsin-Madison or spend an afternoon at Henry Vilas Zoo. Madison is home to a vibrant arts scene; guests enjoy The Monona Terrace Convention Center, Alliant Energy Center, Overture Center for the Arts and Kohl Center with exciting exhibits and performances throughout the year. Don't miss out on the area's excellent restaurants, professional theaters and shopping in the unique local stores. Business trips are a breeze in Madison, WI thanks to our hotel's complimentary Wi-Fi access, well-equipped Business Center and 10,300 sq ft of meeting space for 5 to 500 guests. Direct access to our Crowne Meetings Director, Daily Meeting Debriefs and more make us "the Place to Meet" in Madison. Most hotels in Madison, WI don't provide family-friendly and pet-friendly accommodations, which is why we're the best choice. Relax knowing that unbeatable benefits like an indoor pool, the Crowne Plaza Sleep Advantage Program amenities, The Prairie Caf , Growlers Bar & Grille and a Starbucks kiosk are here just for you. Welcome!
Crowne Plaza Hotel Madison--Welcome!
Air conditioning individually controlled in room
Car rental desk
Desk with lamp
High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
High speed internet connection
Housekeeping - daily
Housekeeping - weekly
Late check-out available
Pay per view movies on TV
Premium movie channels
Public area air conditioned
Safe deposit box
Shops and commercial services
Spare electrical outlet available at desk
Transportation services - local area
Valet same day dry cleaning
Wireless internet connection
Wireless internet connection in public areas
|Crowne Plaza MADISON Room Choices
American Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 4:00 PM
Check out time is 12:00 PM
Time Zone is GMT
Opened in 1987
Renovated in 01/01/2005
The Prairie Cafe
Located in the Atrium on our main level, featuring our Heartland breakfast buffet 6am to 11am daily. Kids 12 and under eat free. Inquire at front desk for details
Growlers Bar and Grille
Growlers Bar and Grille featuring local brews on tap, extensive wine list and specialty menu including organic items.
The tempting aroma and rich delicious taste of Starbucks coffee available in the lobby of the hotel and available 6:00am to11:00am.
One of Madison's favorite restaurants for lunch, dinner and Happy Hour, Pedro's Mexican Restaurante offers up authentic made from scratch Mexican dishes for every palate in a casual environment. Call ahead seating. Children's menu available. Located 1 mil
Welcome to Olive Garden's Culinary Institute of Tuscany. Olive Garden's Culinary Institute of Tuscany, located in the heart of Tuscany, Italy in a restored 11th century village, is where Olive Garden's chefs learn the secrets of great foods in Italy, li
Hours are 6:00am to 10:00pm. Offers drive thru service or dining room.
Growlers Bar & Grille
Stop in at Growlers Bar and Grille, our hotel's lounge in Madison, WI, for Growler Hour Specials - our version of happy hour! In addition to offering local microbrewery beers on tap, we have an extensive wine list. Its the perfect choice for meeting frien
|Crowne Plaza MADISON Meeting Facility
Kegonsa & Waubesa
Koshkonong & Yahara
Mendota, Monona, & Wingra
Nekoosa & Nakoma
Three Lakes Ballroom
Two Lakes Ballroom
Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site
Children's program - Eastgate Cinema's is located only 1 mile from the hotel.
Henry Vilas Zoo
Henry Vilas Zoo, located in Madison, Wisconsin is free to the public, open year-round and supported by The Henry Vilas Zoological Society and Dane County. The Vilas Zoo is located near Lake Wingra and the UW Arboretum. Dane County's Henry Vilas Zoo is sur
Monona Terrace Convention Center
There s much to explore at Monona Terrace. From a moving tribute to a rock-and-roll legend to daily tours, there s something for everyone. Daily Public Tours: Guides reveal how Frank Lloyd Wright s organic architecture is expressed in dramatic open spaces
Alliant Center Center & Coliseum
The Alliant Energy Center is a prime venue located just minutes from downtown Madison, Wisconsin. Sitting upon 164 acres, The Center is a multi-building complex featuring Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Exhibition Hall, Willow Island and the Arena. With the v
Home of the UW Badgers Basketball and Hockey! Tours of the Kohl Center are available to the public, free of charge. Tours are given without reservation on Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon. For additional tour information or to reserve a tour date and time,
Ho Chunk Casino
Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells - Baraboo, Wisconsin, offers a full-service casino that lets you enjoy 24-hour slot machines, bingo, blackjack and other games 365 days a year. Experience a Wisconsin luxury hotel with the gaming excitement of a Vegas vacat
Fireside Dinner Theatre
The Fireside Dinner Theatre is one of the Midwest's most popular entertainment destinations and the only Actor s Equity dinner theatre in Wisconsin. The Klopcic family is proud to celebrate 48 years of hospitality in charming, historic Fort Atkinson. The
Cascade Mountain Ski
Skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing. Rentals available. Call for seasonal hours and pricing. Only 45 minutes on I-90/94 to Exit 106. Go west on Highway 33 for 1/4 mile. Turn left on Cascade Mtn. Rd.
"The Waterpark Capital of the World!" The Dells is the perennial favorite for a Wisconsin getaway, to be sure, but did you know Wisconsin Dells was also named the #1 family vacation destination in the U.S. in TripAdvisor's Travelers'; Choice awards? How c
Madison Area Lakes
Madison is home to Lake Mendota, Lake Monona, Lake Waubesa, Lake Kengonsa, and Lake Wingra. Experience all that each have to offer on your next visit to Madison. The Madison area is a Mecca for water sports and events and restaurants that sit on the edg
Olbrich Botanical Gardens
Welcome to Olbrich Botanical Gardens Stroll 16 acres of outdoor gardens featuring stunning landscapes and Midwest-hardy plants. Visit the tropics in the Bolz Conservatory, filled with exotic plants, flowers, orchids, birds, and a waterfall. Outdoor Garden
General Mitchell Field
Camp Randall Stadium
Camp Randall Stadium, built in 1917, is the home for Wisconsin's football team. The current capacity, 80,321, ranks among the nation's largest school-owned stadiums.
Wisconsin State Capitol
The best way to experience the beauty and grandeur of Wisconsin's Capitol building is to see it for yourself. It is open to the public weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and weekends and holidays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Free tours are offered daily
Dane County Regional Airport
University of Wisconsin
Daily Walking Tours Explore the University of Wisconsin Madison through a guided walking tour. These 100 minute tours of campus are led by experienced tour guides and highlight campus life, academics and the history of the university. Visit www.wisc.edu
While enjoying downtown shopping and dining, you can also experience the State Capitol, museums, theatrical performances and lively nightlife. The State Capitol schedules free tours daily; the Madison Children's Museum features exhibits and hands on activ
Cave of the Mounds
For more than 60 years, visitors have discovered why this is one of the best one day trips in the midwest! Guided tours on paved, lighted walkways lead visitors past an unforgettable array of crystal formations. www.caveofthemounds.com
Overture Center for the Arts
Soaring glass, polished stone, and endless art. Experience our inviting, modern spaces for yourself. Walk in and explore Overture on your own during normal business hours, or if youre interested, sign up for a guided tour.
House On The Rock
The House on the Rock is the grand vision of Alex Jordan, who believed that sights and sounds were the most effective means of stimulating the senses. He wanted guests to question his creation, to come to their own conclusions and to turn his world of dre