AAA Four Diamond Award recipient and Condé Nast Traveler Gold List top hotel for three consecutive years, Iron Horse Hotel bridges historic architecture with downtown style to road-weary riders and modern business travelers alike. Housed in a 100-year-old mattress warehouse, the spacious accommodations exude a raw yet polished aesthetic accentuating the building’s historical design with hints of a medieval blacksmithing theme—and plenty of nods to motorcycle culture. Three restaurants, stunning common spaces, one-of-a-kind event spaces, and amenities tailored to bikers, businessmen, and even canines, exemplify The Iron Horse Hotel’s commitment to service and hospitality. This dedication extends beyond the property walls, with a team of translocal hospitality experts who actively connect, support, and showcase the local Milwaukee culture and community; this dedication is manifested in the hotel’s TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the fifth consecutive year and a recent induction into the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame in 2015. Chef Joshua Rogers develops innovative American cuisine for The Iron Horse Hotel’s flagship restaurant Smyth; dog-friendly patio The Yard, situated under the Sixth Street Viaduct; and classic Milwaukee bar Branded. Balancing ingenuity and tradition, Rogers scours Wisconsin and the Midwest for seasonal bounty he can turn into soups, salads, appetizers, entrées, and small shareable plates. Distinguished by the National Park Service in the city’s historic Fifth Ward, The Iron Horse Hotel is a short drive from the General Mitchell International Airport and sits just over the bridge from the Harley-Davidson Museum Campus. Ranked 3rd on Condé Nast Traveler’s list of “Top 10 Hotels in the Midwest” in 2013, The Iron Horse Hotel is committed to showcasing the rich heritage and local connection of the city of Milwaukee to travelers, and curating a local gathering place for the surrounding community.
Located in Milwaukee, The Iron Horse Hotel is just blocks from the Wisconsin Convention Center, across the bridge from the Harley-Davidson Museum Campus, and in close proximity to downtown offices and entertainment venues. At the cross roads of the city’s historic Fifth Ward, Walker's Point and Latin Quarter, the hotel is the centerpiece of one of Milwaukee’s last intact warehouse districts, designated historic by the National Park Service.
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