Madison Hospitality From The Beginning
The Midwest has always been known for its beauty and rolling farmland. But there is much more to this vast countryside than meets the eye. Nestled in the heartland of southern Wisconsin is the vibrant and cultural city of Madison. Situated in the middle of it all is Sleep Inn & Suites, a Madison Wisconsin hotel located so that you can experience all Madison has to offer.
Surrounded by serene lakes and rivers, Madison has a beauty unlike any other city in the country. It is rich in history and is known to be quite a liberal town. Madison is home to some of Wisconsin’s greatest museums that are dedicated to preserving its fascinating history and honoring the people that founded this great city. But don’t let its quaintness fool you because Madison is fast becoming one the most innovative and technologically advanced cities in the Midwest.
Founded in 1836 and named after President James Madison, the capital city of Wisconsin grew quickly in not only size but in population also. People from all across the country began to settle here for the same reasons people are settling here today, simply because it has so much to offer. The University of Wisconsin – Madison was founded in 1849 and is considered one of the best Universities in the United States. From its humble beginnings, UW-Madison is now home to over 43,000 students from all around the world and is a beacon for people pursuing degrees in Medicine and Bio-Tech research to Fine Arts and History. Madison is consistently ranked among the top ten cities to live and work and is also ranked as the city with the highest percentage of its population holding PhD degrees.
In spite of its academic and technological achievements, Madison is also an incredibly fun place to live and play. The city is home to music and art festivals, the famous Dane County Farmers Market, museums and a spectacular array of performing arts. And if you think the Midwest winter is a time to hibernate, think again! Madison offers outdoor enthusiasts of all ages the chance to enjoy ice-boating, , ice hockey, ice fishing, ice skating, cross-country skiing, and snow kiting. During the spring and summer, outdoor recreation includes sailing on the local lakes, bicycling, and hiking.
Most of all, the best thing Madison has to offer is its people. There is a genuine quality of warmth and a proud sense of community that exists in every one of Madison’s citizens. You will always here a warm “hello” walking down State Street and joining in with the locals is not only acceptable, it’s almost expected.
So come and see why so many people call Madison home and prepare to be amazed! When you do come to visit Madison, plan to stay at Sleep Inn & Suites!