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Natura Destinations – The Vue Boutique Hotel and Restaurant
The VUE on the Wisconsin River
Spend your Wisconsin Dells vacation with spectacular views. We’re just walking distance from downtown. The VUE team has taken great effort to create one of Wisconsin Dells’ first Boutique Hotels with onsite Restaurant & Bar. Proudly Serving Starbucks!
This perfectly located Hotel has undergone extensive renovations. Focused on modern river theming which includes upscale bedding on 15-inch pillow top “Wink mattresses” comfortably covered by triple sheeted linen, 50 inch TVs, convenient USB plugins, LED lighting and all new temperature control units. An expansive Riverside Deck and Boat Dock have been added to enhance the guest experience. The unique Indoor Pool and hot tub are located on the first floor of the Hotel 20 feet from Wisconsin river’s edge.
All these room upgrades are only overshadowed by the magnificent view of the Famous Upper Dells and all its sand stone beauty. You may also enjoy the stunning views of the Wisconsin River while soaking in our outdoor pool.
Four Seasons of Fun
Wisconsin winters make the state a snow sports paradise. Nordic skiing, snowmobiling, show shoeing and ice fishing are abundant. As snow melts in the spring, see the stunning cherry blossoms of Door County and get on the water for rafting and fishing – there are more than 15,000 inland lakes, two Great Lakes and the mighty Mississippi River to enjoy. Summertime heralds patio dining and food trucks, cabin camping and outdoor events like Summerfest, the largest outdoor music festival in the world. In the fall, take a drive along the Great River Road, named a bucket-list road trip by USA Today.
Come hungry, because the Midwest’s famously fresh meals are on the menu. Learn the history of cheese making at the National Historic Cheesemaking Center in the Cheese Capital of Monroe, then visit a local factory to pick up a freshly made wedge. Beer is beloved here, sipped in beer gardens and produced in a wide array of microbreweries around the state. Notable ones to try: 3 Sheeps, Lakefront Brewery, Capital Brewery and New Glarus Brewing. Chat with the locals over an old-fashioned and a fish fry at a supper club; there are more than 300 throughout Wisconsin.
Famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright was born here and left his mark across the state. Nine sites are part of the self-guided Frank Lloyd Wright Trail through southern Wisconsin. Motorcycle fanatics can get their fill of “hogs” at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. While in the city, don’t miss the Milwaukee Art Museum. The iconic building is as stunning as the collection of 25,000 works inside. On a spiritual note, the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help is the site of a Catholic Church-confirmed apparition of the Virgin Mary.
A modern Midwestern city!