Stoney Creek Hotel La Crosse - Onalaska
This business hotel is 4.9 miles from downtown Onalaska and 7.7 miles from downtown La Crosse.
This business hotel is located 4.9 miles away from downtown Onalaska, and 7.7 miles away from downtown La Crosse.
Featuring lodge-themed decor, the rooms have free WiFi, cable TV, minifridges, microwaves and desks; some have whirlpool tubs and/or bunk beds. Suites have a full kitchen and living area with stone fireplaces, pull-out couches and a full kitchen. Cottages for extended stays have patios and balconies.
Free perks include hot breakfast and 24/7 coffee in the lobby. Amenities include an indoor and outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a 24/7 business centre.
Onalaska is a city in La Crosse County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 18,803 at the 2020 census. It borders the larger La Crosse, Wisconsin, and is a part of the La Crosse-Onalaska, WI-MN Metropolitan Area.Onalaska is built on a slightly elevated ridge above the Black River. Natural areas include both river bottom land and high, heavily wooded, scenic bluffs. A man-made reservoir at the city's western edge is known as Lake Onalaska.
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Fabulous pieces of artwork need to be paused by the viewer beholding full appreciation and this is ultimately how one must conduct themselves for authentic discernment visiting museums such as the great Chicago art museum. The talents and the gifts of the artists are gifts from God. The talent of interior designers, creative florists and masterful head chefs are all gifts from God. These gifts are abundantly on display here within this incredibly unique setting featuring stupendous views. The art, structure and interior design of this hotel is unmatched in this part of the country. I visited from Vermont and was truly enchanted. However, although these gifts of God bestowed on our talented human condition are only accentuated by our willingness to develop them, one must also pause and take in the ever abundant professionalism, courtesy and contagious enthusiasm of this hotel staff spear headed with caring sincerity by general manager, Kara, as this is the selling point that will drive you right back for another visit. I mean the art work is nice as is the fireplace, but the welcome from Ally upon my arrival, and answers to questions I presented to Austin, the understanding and patience of Keaton, the empathy and radiant smile of Leanna....are more impressive than the worlds greatest whirlpool on the lower level and the wall art that should have found its way home with me....these good folks truly treat you with utmost respect and I have always believed that when we encounter such people it is because they respect themselves. And such respect carries over into work ethics and inviting hospitality setting the bar high for standards of excellence throughout this entire region and its prospective travelers. (I appreciated the great medical rate I was offered and happily accepted....I did not know of such a rate and it was brought to my attention. I guess it was the hair that alerted them of a medical condition.). lol Thanks for everything to all of you including staff members I did not have the pleasure for our paths to cross.