Cobblestone opens 10th hotel in Nebraska

The 15th Boarders Inn and Suites by Cobblestone has officially opened in Broken Bow, Neb., after a conversion. The 34-room hotel includes whirlpool suites, with amenities such as microwaves and refrigerators, coffee service, free Internet, and flat-panel TVs in each room.

“We are proud that ownership for this property chose Boarders Inn and Suites” says Brian Wogernese, president of Cobblestone Hotels. “This will be their second hotel under the Cobblestone Hotels brand umbrella and when an ownership group partners with you twice you know that you are doing something right.”

The ownership group is planning upgrades, most of which are guest and employee focused. Some of their upgrades include new beds, bedding, furniture, charging stations, carpet, front desk, guest lounge area with big screen TV’s, new breakfast bar, and a convenience store located in the lobby.

The hotel will also feature exercise equipment, guest laundry facility, and a 24-hour convenience store. Complimentary breakfast and a weekday newspaper will also be available daily.

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