Cobblestone begins development on its next Wisconsin hotel

Cobblestone Wisconsin

Cobblestone Hotels began construction on the Cobblestone Inn & Suites, Barron, Wis. 

“Barron is another perfect city for a new build Cobblestone hotel," said Brian Wogernese, CEO of Cobblestone Hotels. “We're excited about opening a new hotel in this growing area which will offer locals and visitors a great hospitality experience."

The Cobblestone Inn & Suites, Barron, Wis., will have 36 guestrooms and plans to open in March 2017. It will be located at 430 West Division Avenue. The hotel will be built by BriMark Builders, and managed by WHG Companies.

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Cobblestone Hotels is based in Neenah, Wis., and has over 75 hotels open or under construction with a further 50 in development. The upcoming Neenah hotl will have high-speed Internet access, a complimentary hot breakfast, convenience store, fitness center and on-site beer & wine bar.

Other Cobblestone hotels under construction include properties in Altamont, Ill.; Chippewa Falls, Wis.; Connellsville, Pa.; Erie, Pa.; Greenville, Pa.; Lakin, Kan.; McCook, Neb.; Ord, Neb.; Stevens Point, Wis; and Vinton, La.

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