Sentry to build hotel at SentryWorld in Stevens Point, Wis.

Sentry Insurance to build hotel at SentryWorld in Stevens Point, Wis.
The hotel is scheduled to open in the spring of 2021. Swaback Architects, which designed the reimagined SentryWorld complex in 2013, will design the hotel. Photo credit: Sentry Insurance

Sentry Insurance plans to build a boutique hotel at SentryWorld, its destination golf course located across the street from the mutual insurer's Stevens Point headquarters in Wisconsin. The hotel is scheduled to open in the spring of 2021.

Swaback Architects, which designed the reimagined SentryWorld complex in 2013, will design the hotel.

The hotel will be built just off the championship golf course's 18th fairway, providing views of the course and its parkland setting. The hotel will have suites and intimate gathering spaces, ideal for weddings and corporate retreats.

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The SentryWorld complex, located within steps of the planned hotel, has event spaces, including the Atrium, Grand Hall and Fieldhouse. SentryWorld also has professional event-planning and catering services, plus a restaurant and bar, bridal salon and pergola for outdoor weddings.

J.H. Findorff & Son, which built the new Sentry office last year in Stevens Point, will oversee construction. Sentry will break ground on the project by the spring of 2020.

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