Cobblestone opens sixth Pennsylvania hotel


Cobblestone Hotels opened a new Pennsylvania property. The Cobblestone Hotel & Suites, Harborcreek, Pa., is at the entrance of Penn State Behrend University in Erie located at 4995 Station Road. The hotel has 44 guestrooms and will be managed by WHG Companies.

“We are pleased to see the continued growth of the Cobblestone Brand in Pennsylvania. While this is our first hotel to open in the Erie market we have a second location set to open in Bayfront later this fall... bringing the total number of open hotels to six, with another currently under construction in Pennsylvania," said Brian Wogernese, CEO of Cobblestone Hotels.

“It has been a pleasure working with Harborcreek Township, Penn State Behrend, Erie Bank, First National Bank, the Erie County Redevelopment Authority, BriMark Builders and a host of other team members to make this new Cobblestone Hotel possible," said Tom Kennedy, president of professional development associates. "It is going to be a great asset to Penn State and the Community, and we are proud to see it come to fruition.”


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Cobblestone Hotels is based in Neenah, Wis. The company has over 78 hotels open or under construction, with another 50 in development. Signature amenities at the hotel include high-speed Internet access, a complimentary hot breakfast, a convenience store, fitness center, business center and an on-site beer & wine bar.

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