Cobblestone Hotels opens Boarders Inn & Suites in Syracuse, Kan.

Cobblestone Hotels opened the Boarders Inn & Suites by Cobblestone in Syracuse, Kan.

“We have a presence in Kansas, but this is our first Boarders Inn & Suites here in the state,” Brian Wogernese, president and CEO of Cobblestone Hotels, said in a statement. “The ownership of this location invested a lot of time and resources into their extensive renovation to meet the expectations of a Cobblestone traveler. We are thrilled to welcome them into the Cobblestone family, and to be a part of Syracuse.”

The hotel is located near Highway 27 and Highway 50, with Colorado a short drive west from the hotel. The Syracuse property is in Hamilton County and allows for travel to all that Syracuse has to offer for leisure and business purposes. Syracuse lies along the Arkansas River, making it one of the most productive areas in the state for wheat, hay, corn and milo production.

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The property will adopt the service and features that all Cobblestone Hotels provide for their guests. This new Syracuse hotel will provide a 100-percent smoke-free environment, free high-speed internet, 24-hour Wolfgang Puck coffee service and more. The hotel also offers a 24-hour business center, and is located near the Tamarisk Golf Course, a 9-hole, regulation-length course along the Arkansas River. The Boarders Inn & Suites underwent an extensive renovation of all public space and guestrooms before opening its doors.

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