Apr 24, 2019 - Apr 25, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Rhinelander’s unique location in northern Wisconsin makes it a quaint yet picturesque town that you may find yourself visiting along your travels. There aren’t that many hotels to choose from in Rhinelander, but be sure to book with us here at Skyscanner before you depart so that you’ll get the best deals in town.
The scant few hotels in Rhinelander are either motels, small chain hotels, bed and breakfasts, or the town’s lone hotel. As far as chain hotels go, you can pick between either a Days Inn or a Comfort Inn, though the Comfort Inn is a ways out of town and may be a bit of a hike for those interesting in exploring Rhinelander by foot.
You’ll have two options for location as far as booking your hotel in Rhinelander goes: downtown, or near the Walmart Supercenter. The downtown accommodations like Cranberry Hill Bed and Breakfast or the Days Inn are marginally more expensive, but they’re much more friendly for pedestrian access to the town.
In the downtown area of Rhinelander, your hotel will either be on the streets parallel to the east of Oneida Ave, or the west of Oneida Ave. These are both safe and walkable areas, so there isn’t much difference between them.
Hotels in Rhinelander tend to be very inexpensive in comparison to hotels in other cities. You should be able to book a hotel which offers free wi-fi, free breakfast, and a parking spot for less than $100. The Days Inn in Rhinelander even has a pool and attached restaurant, so you’ll have access to room service if you want it.
If you decide to book your hotel near the Walmart Supercenter, you’ll pay even less for your hotel, although you won’t get a glimpse of the historic and bucolic downtown Rhinelander as a result.
Rhinelander has a number of historical societies, restaurants, parks, lakes, and museums which may interest you. Be sure to check out the Rhinelander Historical society for a view into the entire region’s history. For live art performances that are especially good for children, check out Art Start on South Stevens Street.
Art Start has shows on weeknights in the summer, and weekends year-round, but be sure to check out their playbill to make sure that you’re interested in what they’re showing before walking in the door.
If wacky museums are more interesting for you, the Pioneer Park Logging Museum is perhaps the nation’s only museum dedicated to logging activities in Wisconsin.
If you’re hungry, try grabbing a bite at the Claridge Clubhouse, which serves up steak-and-potatoes fare at an affordable price. For ethnic cuisine, the Casa Mexicana is just north of the Pelican River where it bends near the park, and offers a view of both the Pioneer Park and the river as it passes lazily through Rhinelander.