Our Connection to History Runs Deep
The Charmant Hotel is a 67-room boutique hotel located in downtown La Crosse, Wisconsin.
The hotel is located on the site of the very first settlement in La Crosse, a log cabin constructed by fur trader Nathan Myrick in 1842. A plaque memorializing this distinction can be seen on the property.
The building was originally constructed in 1898 for the FUNKE Candy Factory. Today, with its landmark water tower, The Charmant pays homage to its rich history by celebrating the golden era of fine candy manufacturing. Architectural details of the original structure – now a historic landmark – have been preserved and reimagined, including maple wood flooring, wood beams, and exposed brick.
The Heart of Hospitality
Today, the Charmant Hotel is the heart of hospitality in La Crosse, embracing locals and visitors alike. The Charmant is convenient to the area’s activities, including Pearl Street, Riverside Park and the Mississippi River, hiking, biking, boating, wine tasting, golf and seasonal festivals such as the country’s largest Oktoberfest.
Long Stay, Long Play
Whether you’re seeking to relax or embark on a full day’s adventure, don’t cut yourself short and make time to conquer it all—book three nights or more midweek (Sunday – Thursday) to receive up to 20% off your stay.