Meet the new Governor’s Club lounge! The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor’s Club is proud to announce our long-awaited renovation of the 12th floor lounge is complete.
The new Governor’s Club lounge features more seating, more views, and more style than ever before. The space is modern, sleek, and perfect for guests to enjoy. But the best part of all is the stunning views of the Wisconsin State Capitol from nearly every angle.
But wait, there’s more! We added a library to the lounge, which is a separate, adjacent space. The library provides additional seating and a more quiet atmosphere, without sacrificing views of the Capitol.
The Governor’s Club lounge is completely transformed, but it still features the same great amenities. Guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast, top-shelf cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and desserts.
What does the renovated private lounge mean for guests of the The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor’s Club?
The Governor’s Club is where Madison’s honored guests stay.
The next time you stay in town, treat yourself to an extra special experience. In a private lounge overlooking the Wisconsin State Capitol, you can feel like Madison royalty. The lounge is for Governor’s Club guests only, and we like to think of it as a gift to our most honored patrons.
The Governor’s Club offers the quintessential Madison experience.
There’s nothing quite like sharing a beverage with good company while enjoying breathtaking views of the Wisconsin State Capitol. Our hotel is in the heart of downtown Madison, within walking distance to dozens of the city’s best restaurants, venues, parks, and more. Our premier location, concierge service, and local cuisine provide a heightened, but still quintessential Madison experience.
The Governor’s Club is where meaningful connection happens.
The lounge is designed with connection in mind. It’s a luxurious yet welcoming space that encourages easy conversation and friendly interaction. Imagine your group intermingling and conversing in a private lounge. The Governor’s Club is where it’s all happening.
Note: A version of this article was published in Wisconsin Meetings.