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Hotel's location near west side Madison, WI sights

The Radisson Madison, located off Highway 12/14, provides travelers easy access to entertaining attractions, including Alliant Energy Center, Camp Randall Stadium, Elver Park and the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Don't miss the deals at the West Towne Mall while staying at our hotel's location in the west-side shopping district. Nearby Madison, WI businesses also include Epic Systems and the CUNA Campus.

Our hotel is convenient to:
  • West Towne Mall (0.4 miles)
    The West Towne Mall includes more than 120 stores.
    Phone: +1 (608) 833-6330
  • University of Wisconsin Research Park (1 mile)
    The UW Research Park is home to more than 120 companies that employ over 3,500 people, and features 37 buildings with more than 1.8 million square feet of office and laboratory space used by a broad range of start-up companies.
  • Westgate Mall (1 mile)
    This mall features a variety of name-brand specialty stores.
    Phone: +1 (608) 288-1100
  • Marcus Point UltraScreen Cinema (1.1 miles)
    This theater's 75-foot-wide, three-story-tall Ultra Screen and RealD digital 3D auditorium displays the latest in Hollywood entertainment with digital sound, stadium seating and convenient show times.
    Phone: +1 (608) 833-3980
  • Elver Park (1.2 miles)
    This expansive, 227-acre park features a disc-golf course, softball fields, picnic shelters and soccer fields. In the winter, the park showcases ice skating and hockey rinks, a sledding hill and lighted cross-country ski trails.
  • CUNA (1.4 miles)
    The CUNA campus is home to CUNA Mutual, CUNA Inc. and the World Council of Credit Unions.
    Phone: +1 (608) 266-4711
  • Hilldale Shopping Center (3.5 miles)
    This spacious complex offers high-end shopping, a variety of dining options and the state-of-the-art Sundance Cinemas.
    Phone: +1 (608) 238-6640 
  • Camp Randall Stadium (4.9 miles)
    This 80,000-seat, outdoor stadium hosts University of Wisconsin Badger football games and boasts one of the liveliest game-day atmospheres in the country.
    Phone: +1 (608) 262-1866
  • Henry Vilas Zoo/Vilas Park Beach (5.4 miles)
    This free-admission zoo features lions, rhinoceroses, camels, polar bears and American bison, along with other year-round exhibits and programs. A beach is also next to the zoo.
    Phone: +1 (608) 266-4733
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison (6 miles)
    This 933-acre college campus features a wide variety of cultural and artistic events throughout the year.
    Phone: +1 (608) 263-2400
  • Wisconsin State Capitol Tours (6.5 miles)
    Throughout the year, the city offers free daily tours of the gorgeous interior of Wisconsin's historic State Capitol building. This structure sits between Lake Monona and Lake Mendata.
    Phone: +1 (608) 266-0382
  • Overture Center for the Arts (6.6 miles)
    This venue located in Madison's cultural arts district features more than 200 performances, art exhibits, and educational and community events each year. The Overture Center for the Arts also hosts a variety of trade shows, weddings, banquets, corporate meetings, conventions and receptions.
    Phone: +1 (608) 258-4177
  • Epic Systems (7.5 miles)
    A creator of medical software for hospitals and healthcare centers, Epic Systems is located in nearby Verona, Wisconsin and sprawls over more than 500 acres of rolling farmland. The Radisson provides daily shuttle service for guests attending training at the Epic Campus.
  • Monona Terrace Convention Center (7.9 miles)
    Designed by Wisconsin native Frank Lloyd Wright, this spectacular building hosts a variety of formal and public events throughout the year and is situated alongside Lake Monona within a beautiful waterfront setting.
    Phone: +1 (608) 261-4000
  • Ice Age National Scenic Trail (8.2 miles)
    This 1,200-mile scenic trail stretches across the entire state of Wisconsin and delivers picturesque views of Wisconsin's wildlife. The trail also provides information about the state's geographical history dating back to the Ice Age.