Cobblestone to convert Wisconsin Comfort Inn to a Boarders Inn

Cobblestone Hotels signed a franchise agreement for their newest conversion in Shawano, Wis. The newest Boarders Inn and Suites by Cobblestone Hotels, located in Shawano, Wis., is currently a Comfort Inn and Suites.

“We are proud to welcome the new Boarders Inn and Suites by Cobblestone in Shawano, Wisconsin, said Brian Wogernese, president of Cobblestone Hotels. “We are seeing more and more hotel owners, management companies/asset managers come to us for a hotel brand that they can trust. Boarders Inn and Suites offers hoteliers a flat rate and more and more people are taking notice of our simple structure. We work hard every day to keep our model as friendly as possible and the industry has noticed.”

Cobblestone Hotels currently has ten hotels under construction and over forty-five new build projects in development. The Boarders Inn and Suites by Cobblestone in Shawano will be its ninth property in Wisconsin.

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The hotel has 62 rooms and is just off Highway 29. Amenities in each room will include coffee service, upgraded bedding, free high speed internet, guest laundry facilities, an indoor pool, onsite lounge and a daily hot breakfast, 

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