Osage Beach GuestHouse International opens

Boomerang Hotels announces the opening of its newest GuestHouse International Inn & Suites in Osage Beach, Missouri (formerly Country Hearth Inn). The Osage Beach GuestHouse International is owned by Ricky and Mary Jo Shadel of RMS Property Management, LLC.

“We are very excited about this new venture and being a part of the GuestHouse International Franchise”, said Mary Jo Shadel, Owner/Partner RMS Property Management, LLC.   “We look forward to meeting the lodging needs of visitors to the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks and having them as guests at the Osage Beach GuestHouse International Inn & Suites.”

Located in the heart of the Lake of the Ozarks, at 3518 Osage Beach Parkway, the Osage Beach GuestHouse International Inn & Suites, completely renovated in early 2011, features 44 guest rooms including four King suites.
All guest rooms include 32inch flat panel televisions with expanded cable lineup, coffeemaker, wireless Internet access and free local calls; King suites include loveseat, microwave and refrigerator. The all season indoor heated pool, complimentary breakfast with hot biscuits and sausage, and located only two miles from downtown Osage Beach with its many family attractions and major corporate businesses, makes the Osage Beach GuestHouse International the perfect place for business and leisure travelers.
"The Osage Beach, Missouri GuestHouse International facility has the amenities today's travelers expect whether for business or leisure; the hotel, located in one of the most popular  destination markets, is a great addition to the GuestHouse International franchise system”, said Terry Kline, Sr. VP of Franchise Development for Boomerang Hotels.

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