Cobblestone Hotels opens Minnesota property

Cobblestone Hotels opened the Cobblestone Hotel and Suites in Crookston, Minn.

“We are excited about this expansion,” said Brian Wogernese, president of Cobblestone Hotels. “This hotel brand was thought up during a trip with my colleague driving across the Midwest. We are very happy to begin our expansion in the Midwest, as we move into Minnesota.” The Cobblestone Hotel and Suites in Crookston, Minnesota is the first of many hotels. The Development Company and Builder for the project, BriMark Builders currently has nine properties in development stages in Minnesota.

The Cobblestone Hotel and Suites will be located at 2304 Sahlstrom Drive in Crookston, Minn., and will have 44 guestrooms, including whirlpool suites, with amenities such as microwaves and refrigerators, coffee service, free high speed internet and flat panel televisions in each room. The Cobblestone Hotel and Suites will also have an on-site beer and wine bar, meeting room, indoor pool and whirlpool, exercise equipment, guest laundry facility and convenience store. A complimentary hot breakfast bar and weekday newspaper will be available daily to guests of the Cobblestone Hotel and Suites as well.

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