About Asteria inn & Suites

Welcome to our New Richmond hotel, conveniently located on Highway 65 featuring truck, bus and RV parking. Start off your day with free SuperStart breakfast bonanza with hot items. Enjoy free Wi-Fi to look up destinations like the Cedar Lake Speedway, or spend time relaxing in your room watching TV with free premium channels. For the ultimate in relaxation, book one of our popular Jacuzzi suites. Microwaves and refrigerators are available upon request. Our pet-friendly New Richmond, Wisconsin hotel is 100 percent smoke-free and handicapped-accessible rooms are available. Children under 12 stay free with an adult.

On second thought you can visit Heritage center where 12 historic buildings are nestled on a 3-acre site, along with an 11-acre trail system which is also known as the Paper Jack Greenway. You can use your spare time to visit Hatfield Part Campsite which is a great outdoor baseball complex and park. The fun will never end during your stay with us.

Front Assets

Our Rooms

Queen Room with Two Queen Beds

  • 350 Sqft
  • AC Suite
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Single Bed Room

King Room (Non-Smoking)

  • 350 Sqft
  • AC Suite
  • Dining
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Deluxe King Room with Spa Bath

  • 350 Sqft
  • AC Suite
  • Dining
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Amenities Highlight

Free hot breakfast
Free Wi-Fi
Fitness center

Latest Events

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Disaster+Travel+Wilderness First Aid Course - Rockwood Park, Richmond, VA

MEDIC SOLO Disaster+ Wilderness Medical School invites you to come LEARN HOW to SAVE LIFE and LIMB in a: Learn More
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Hollar's Encyclopedic Eye: Prints from the Frank Raysor Collection

This exhibition celebrates one of the least known but most remarkable and “modern” artists of the Baroque period. Focusing on his mastery of print work, Hollar’s Encyclopedic Eye includes more than 200 prints representing the range and quality of Wenceslaus Hollar’s work drawn exclusively from the Frank Raysor Collection, a promised gift to VMFA. Curated by Dr. Mitchell Merling, VMFA Paul Mellon curator and head of the department of European art and Colleen Yarger, curatorial assistant for European art and the Mellon collections and interim head of the department of European art.
Price: Free 
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"Healthy Community: Disease and Disparity"

The Valentine’s free Controversy/History series returns to explore present-day issues facing the Richmond community by pairing historic debates with modern data, encouraging important discussions that inspire action and promote progress. Learn More