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Cobblestone Hotels

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cobblestone Hotels
Private
IndustryLodging
Founded2008 (2008)
FounderBrian Wogernese
HeadquartersNeenah, Wisconsin, U.S.
Number of locations
145
Area served
United States
Key people
President and CEO Brian Wogernese
ServicesLodging
Websitewww.staycobblestone.com/ Edit this on Wikidata

Cobblestone Hotels is a chain of hotels in the United States. Their brands include Cobblestone Hotels and Boarders Inn & Suites.

History

Cobblestone was founded in 2008 with the opening of its first property in Clintonville, Wisconsin.[1] Since its founding, the brand has expanded to 90 locations open or under construction with 50 more in development. Locations are meant to fill the lodging needs of smaller communities that might not otherwise be served by other hotel chains.[2] Expecting to reach 100 properties by the 10 year anniversary in spring of 2018. Cobblestone acquired Key West Inns and Centerstone Hotels from Vimana Franchise in August 2018. Boulders Inn & Suites was purchased by Cobblestone in October 2018.

Related entities.

WHG Companies, LLC www.whgco.com BriMark Builders, LLC www.brimarkbuilders.com

Brands

Boarders Inn & Suites are mid-scale hotels that are brand conversions.[3]

Cobblestone Hotels and Cobblestone Inn & Suites mid-scale hotels; the brand consists primarily of newly constructed properties.[4]

Centerstone Hotels

Key West Inns

Boulders Inn & Suites mid-scale hotels; the brand consists entirely of newly constructed

Locations

Colorado

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Michigan

Minnesota

Nebraska

North Dakota

Pennsylvania

Ohio

Tennessee

Texas

Wisconsin

References

External links

This page was last edited on 8 November 2018, at 13:00
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