Cobblestone begins development on second Idaho hotel

A groundbreaking ceremony for the second Idaho Cobblestone.

Cobblestone Hotels began development on the company's second hotel in Idaho, a Cobblestone Hotel & Suites in Victor. A community known as “A Town to Come Home To,” Victor is located in the southern end of Teton Valley, and is surrounded by foothills, forests and mountains.

"We officially have our foot in Idaho’s door,” Brian Wogernese, president & CEO of Cobblestone Hotels, said in a statement. “The first location in Soda Springs will be opening in a couple of months, and now breaking ground today on our second location is really exciting for us. I look forward to continuing our efforts here in the West.”

The new hotel will consist of 56 rooms, an onsite lounge, an indoor pool, a guest laundry and a fitness room. Amenities will include high-speed internet access, a complimentary hot breakfast, a convenience store, a business center and more.

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The Cobblestone Hotel & Suites will be operated by WHG Companies, a hospitality company based in Neenah, Wis., and construction by BriMark Builders.

Based in Neenah, Wis., Cobblestone Hotels is an upper-midscale hotel brand with more than 134 hotels open, under construction or in development. Cobblestone Hotel & Suites is part of Cobblestone Hotels, which also includes Cobblestone Inn & Suites and Boarders Inn & Suites by Cobblestone.

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