Cobblestone opens Cambridge, Neb., property

Cobblestone Hotels opened its newest hotel in Cambridge, Neb.

“Nebraska has welcomed us with open arms” said Brian Wogernese, president and CEO of Cobblestone Hotels. “The community of Cambridge has been seeking a hotel partner for a very long time and we were able to help them by offering a turn-key package for a high-quality, upper-midscale hotel.” 

Cobblestone Hotels currently has six hotels in the building and development stage in Nebraska and over 50 in the development stage across the United States as of today.

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The Cobblestone Inn and Suites is to be located at 41502 Harvest Drive in Cambridge, Neb., and will have 31 guestrooms, with amenities such as microwaves and refrigerators, coffee service, free high speed internet and 42-inch televisions in each room. The Cobblestone Inn and Suites will also have an on-site beer and wine bar, exercise equipment, guest laundry facility, an outdoor grill area and convenience store. A complimentary hot breakfast bar and weekday newspaper will be available daily to guests of the Cobblestone Inn and Suites as well.

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