Cobblestone begins construction on 12th Wisconsin property

Cobblestone Hotels began construction on a new Cobblestone Hotel and Suites in Chippewa Falls, Wis. This is the brand’s 12th hotel in Wisconsin.

“I grew up in the community of Chippewa Falls," said Brian Wogernese, CEO of Cobblestone Hotels. “We are very excited to bring an upper-midscale, high quality, hotel and restaurant to my hometown.” 

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The hotel will be built by BriMark Builders, and was developed by WHG Companies out of Neenah, Wis. Cobblestone Hotels currently has three additional hotels, in Wisconsin, under development.

Located at 100 North Bridge Street, Wisconsin, the new Cobblestone Hotel and Suites is centered in the downtown district. The hotel will have 45 rooms, including suites. Amenities in each room include a 42-inch flat-panel TV, microwave, refrigerator, coffee service, upgraded bedding and free high-speed internet. Guests of the hotel will also enjoy an in-door pool, on-site full restaurant and bar, complimentary hot breakfast buffet, weekday newspaper, guest laundry, fitness center and an on-site convenience store.

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