Use Billie Pie said the rooms were funky and contemporary, dug the vibe at the bar and thoroughly enjoyed her stay. The restaurant kitchen wasn't fully operating when she stayed at the hotel (as the restaurant wasn't open), but she shared a heartwarming kickass-service story:
I had a bad cold which left me in bed our last day there. I called the concierge to see if there was any way the hotel could find me some soup, in light of the fact that the kitchen was technically not yet open. He called me back to let me know that the kitchen "had me covered." 20 minutes later, room service delivered a bowl of steaming hot soup, chock-full of diced carrots, onion, celery and chicken with bow-tie noodles mixed in. This was not soup from a can. The veggies were all firm. They included two warm, crusty rolls, a generous serving of butter, a large carafe of ice water with a pint glass, and a large glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice.
It looks like the only downside is parking right now. Sports8177 mentioned that the hotel only has parking spots for motorcycles right now, but he is under the impression that the hotel was working on acquiring a parking lot next door for a garage of some sort.
Overall, it seems like even these non-Harley folks were feelin' the vibe at the Iron Horse because the motorcycle theme was done tastefully (who knew it was possible?) and the service was outstanding. And outstanding services makes us even more excited for The Wolf, Desires Hotels' upcoming property here in our neck of the woods.