Cobblestone Hotels Breaks Ground in Pennsylvania
Thursday February 27th, 2014 - 3:05PM GB
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NEENAH, WI—Cobblestone Hotels has broken ground on the Cobblestone Inn and Suites in Corry, PA, its third property in Pennsylvania.
“Our first hotel broke ground in the fall of 2013 in Pennsylvania,” said Brian Wogernese, brand president with Cobblestone Hotels. “We have two more set to break ground in the next 60 days at least. The State of Pennsylvania is embracing our brand with open arms and we could not be happier.”
Cobblestone Hotels currently has 13 hotels under construction, three of which are in Pennsylvania. “We currently have six hotels in any given part of the development process in Pennsylvania,” said Janice Tata, VP of development with BriMark Builders, the developer and general contractor on the project. “We chose Cobblestone Hotels for Corry, Pennsylvania because the community wanted extremely high quality accommodations but in the right size hotel that would make the most sense.”
Located at 864 East Columbus Ave., the new Cobblestone Inn and Suites has 37 rooms including rooms with whirlpool suites. Amenities in each room include a 40-in. flat-panel TV, DVD player, microwave, refrigerator, coffee service, upgraded bedding and free high-speed internet. Other amenities include an on-site beer and wine bar, hot breakfast buffet, weekday newspaper, guest laundry and an on-site convenience store.
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