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A Sneak Peek at the Iron Horse Hotel Guest Rooms

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  Site Where: 500 West Florida Street [map], Milwaukee, WI, United States, 53204
April 1, 2008 at 1:00 PM | by | ()

We've told you about the Iron Horse Hotel before which will be the first "modern luxury boutique hotel" geared towards motorcycle enthusiasts, as well as other discerning business and leisure travelers. It will open this summer in Milwaukee just steps from the Harley-Davidson Museum.

Now we got the scoop on what the rooms will look like. Built inside a 100-year-old industrial era warehouse, The Iron Horse Hotel will have five different room categories spanning 102-rooms.

More pics and info after the jump.

Pet-friendly. IHH must know we are suckers for dogs on beds.

Premium Lofts: Found on the top floor, will have 12-foot, all-wood ceilings, exposed brick walls and beams and eyebrow windows overlooking the city.

Corner Alcove: Features a king bed, sexy fluted glass shower, and seating area with sofa. Will have all the style and furnishings of a "cool downtown condo."

Custom Deluxe: Oversized guest rooms at approximately 450 square feet that feature King or double Queen beds, large windows, exposed brick walls and wood timbers.

Urban Classic: More basic room option with generous desk, large bar, lounge seating and a well-lit bathroom.

A place for your riding gear.

Mezzanine Suite (available by 2009): 1,200-square-foot suite on the top floor in the center of the building. Has a main level party room for small gatherings which features a game system, fully-stocked wet bar and a pool table. The bedroom is located in a glass rooftop with king bed, a Kohler® shower experience and luxury H2O spa products. Whoa.

All of the guestrooms will have original artwork, 42-inch LCD TVs, complimentary wireless and ethernet internet connections, Universal connectivity panels for all your gadges, and our fave, Perlick beverage refrigerators with 750ml wine bottles.

Hotel Logo

The hotel will be managed by Desires Hotels and will open sometime in July 2008.

Stay tuned tomorrow when we interview Tim Dixon, the owner of the Iron Horse Hotel.

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