Hotels near Robert M. Lamp House
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Robert M. Lamp was the Madison City Treasurer, as well as an insurance agent and realtor. He developed a friendship with architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who designed a home for him in 1903. Lamp selected the location on Butler Street because it was close to Capitol Square and his office.

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Sheraton Madison Hotel
Sheraton Madison Hotel
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4.0
706 John Nolen Dr, Madison
from $104
Graduate Madison
Graduate Madison
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4.2
601 Langdon Street, Madison
from $140
Best Western Premier Park Hotel
Best Western Premier Park Hotel
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4.1
22 S Carroll Street, Madison
from $147
Hyatt Place Madison Downtown
Hyatt Place Madison Downtown
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4.3
333 W Washington Ave, Madison
from $125
DoubleTree by Hilton Madison
DoubleTree by Hilton Madison
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4.5
525 West Johnson Street, Madison
from $138
Crowne Plaza Hotel Madison
Crowne Plaza Hotel Madison
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3.7
4402 E Washington Ave, Madison
from $99
The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor's Club
from $145
Best Western West Towne Suites
Best Western West Towne Suites
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4.0
650 Grand Canyon Dr, Madison
from $80
Super 8 - Madison South
Super 8 - Madison South
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4.1
1602 W Beltline Hwy, Madison
from $59
AmericInn Lodge & Suites Madison West
AmericInn Lodge & Suites Madison West
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4.3
516 Grand Canyon Dr, Madison
from $76
More About Hotels near Robert M. Lamp House...

What’s Robert M. Lamp House?

Built in the Chicago School and Prairie School styles, the Robert M. Lamp house is difficult to get to because it is accessible only from one street that isn’t actually the street it is on. Guests must climb two flights of concrete stairs to reach the front door. Although it is very close to downtown Madison, it feels secluded. 

Which Hotels Have the Best View near Robert M. Lamp House?

Architectural enthusiasts will enjoy the Robert M. Lamp House. Nearby hotels include The Madison Concourse Hotel, an upscale property that has an on-site restaurant, and the Hilton Madison Monona Terrace.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks from Staying at a Hotel Near Robert M. Lamp House?

There aren’t many drawbacks, but a benefit is that the hotels nearby are also close to downtown Madison, home to shopping and local favorites for dining and nightlife.

What Do I need to Know About Robert M. Lamp House?

The home is privately held by Apex, Inc. and preservationists continue to fight for it to be renovated and turned into a museum.

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