Your wedding weekend and the days leading up to the big day are going to be busy for you and your future spouse. When out-of-town family and friends arrive at the hotel, show them you’re thrilled they made the trek by welcoming your guests with a bag of goodies right at check-in. Chances are, you won’t be able to greet everyone yourself, so this is the perfect way to show your gratitude for out-of-town guests. Read More
Gentlemen, let’s be honest for a second. With the combined pressures of work, relationships and finances, sometimes it all gets to be a little too much. Days get longer, nights become shorter and you tend to forget what day of the week it is. Sure, you can go to a bar and grab a drink every single day, but that tends to get old after the fourth day. You’ve already seen the same romantic comedy on Netflix three times this week with your significant other, so watching a movie is really not an option. So, what are you left with? Read More
Vacation and kids go together when you keep them busy, and lord knows you love the end of the day when they are too tired to argue about bedtime! From baseball games to apple picking, your family will have something to do from the moment you arrive in Beloit until you pack up the car to head home. Check out some of these hot spots that are sure to please even the too-cool-for-school 8 year olds.
There are many perks to staying at the Ironworks Hotel, but one of the most exclusive and unique benefits is our partnership with the Beloit Club, the premier club in the Stateline area. During your stay, you have access to the Beloit Club through our Member for a Stay privilege.
The Beloit Club re-opened its doors in 2016 after a complete remodel of the clubhouse and grounds. They added a gorgeous outdoor pool complex complete with a children’s area and the 18-hole golf course is one of the best in the area. Whether you choose to eat lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch in the dining room or the Standard Tavern, you’ll always have delicious food and drink in front of you.
It’s the end of a long week. You’ve worked hard Monday through Friday and you’re ready to relax. Now you need to decide if you want to just go to your usual Friday night spot or if it’s time to try something new. You know what you’re going to get at your familiar spot, but changing it up could be fun, too. (If you go to the right place.)