Cobblestone Hotels, the fastest growing hotel brand, today celebrated the ground breaking of its latest Cobblestone property. Located in Harper, Kansas, the new Cobblestone Inn and Suites is the eighth ground breaking this year by Cobblestone Hotels with more to come. “The Cobblestone Inn and Suites in Harper, Kansas will be a great addition to the community” says Jim Bortz, a Vice President of Development with Cobblestone Hotels. “The community has been extremely supportive throughout the process. The Cobblestone Inn and Suites in Harper will be an outstanding illustration of Cobblestone’s mission to provide high-level accommodations and service to smaller communities.”
Located at 899 Frontage Road in Harper, the new Cobblestone Inn and Suites enjoys easy access from Hwy 2. The hotel has 45 rooms including rooms with whirlpool suites. Amenities in each room include a 40-inch flat-panel TV, DVD player, microwave, refrigerator, coffee service, upgraded bedding and free high-speed internet. Guests of the hotel will also enjoy an on-site lounge (Cobblestone Lounge), hot breakfast buffet, weekday newspaper, guest laundry, and on-site convenience store. Reservations are available by calling the Cobblestone Hotels toll-free reservation line at 888-693-8262 or online at www.staycobblestone.com.
About Cobblestone Hotels
Based in Neenah, Wisconsin, Cobblestone Hotels is a hotel development and operations company that prides itself in filling the lodging needs of communities through its upper mid-scale new build brand. Experiencing significant growth since it opened its first property in January of 2008, Cobblestone Hotels will more than double their number of properties this year alone with the welcoming of four conversions, Boarders Inn and Suites by Cobblestone Hotels, and nine new build hotels to their brand. By the end of 2012, Cobblestone Hotels will have 21 hotels nationwide and have begun development on 25 other locations. Cobblestone Hotels looks forward to a promising 2013 and is confident that it will be the best year yet.