Magnuson Hotels rebrands Missouri Country Hearth hotel

Magnuson Hotels rebranded of the Magnuson Hotel St. Robert in Missouri. 

Formerly the Country Hearth in St. Robert, Missouri, the hotel will upgrade its local, regional, and national market to attract travelers via an affiliation with Magnuson Hotels’ global portfolio of over 1,000 hotels.

“We are proud to welcome Pravin Patel and his entire staff, and are fully committed to increasing their visibility and reservations,” stated Thomas Magnuson, CEO of Magnuson Worldwide.

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The 44-room hotel is located five miles from downtown St. Robert and four miles from Fort Leonard Wood Army base. 

The Magnuson Hotel St. Robert will receive complete global brand representation and will expand its consumer awareness through Magnuson Hotels’ hotel reservation network including 650,000 GDS travel agents, over 2,000 internet booking channels such as Google, Facebook, Expedia, Hotels.com, Priceline and all major airlines websites. 

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