New AmericInn hotel opens in Sleepy Eye, Minn.

The AmericInn system now includes more than 225 locations.

AmericInn is expanding into Sleepy Eye, Minn., with the addition of a new AmericInn Hotel & Suites at 1100 Main Street East.

AmericInn Hotel & Suites Sleepy Eye is a conversion that has undergone complete remodeling and renovation, including exterior, public spaces, guestrooms and guest bathrooms. The property is connected to the newly built Sleepy Eye Convention Center. This is the fourth AmericInn for Jeff Ruhr of Ruhr Development.

This AmericInn hotel will have signature AmericInn hospitality concepts and services such as free signature AmericInn Perk breakfast with a variety of breakfast selections, complimentary wireless internet access and a 24-hour coffee bar. The hotel will offer additional AmericInn amenities including indoor pool and spa, Serta Perfect Sleeper beds and the Easy Rewards guest loyalty program.

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“We are very pleased to announce yet another addition to the growing AmericInn system which now includes over 225 locations either currently open or in development across 24 states,” Paul Kirwin, president and CEO of AmericInn, said in a statement. “We look forward to serving our customers at this location with the distinctive AmericInn hospitality experience that is comfortable, friendly and relaxing."

Recently, AmericInn has signed new properties in DeWitt, Iowa; Burnsville, Minn.; La Crosse, Wis.; Winona, Minn.; Baxter, Minn.; Humboldt, Iowa; Redwood Falls, Minn.; Petoskey, Mich.; Boscobel, Wis.; New Lisbon, Wis.; Long Lake, Minn.; and Denver.

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