Superior Wisconsin Hotels
The Supreme Council of the City and the Redevelopment Authority have finalized plans for the Superior Hotel and Suites, a new hotel complex in Superior, Wisconsin. Superior Hotel, LLC is planning to build the first hotel of its kind in Wisconsin and the second hotel in Wisconsin, according to a news release from the City of Superior. Cobblestone Hotel & Suite will comprise a two-story, 100,000 square foot hotel with a 1,500-seat auditorium. Express connection to an indoor pool and gym, as well as a fitness centre, fitness and wellness centre and spa.
The Superior Hotel and Suites will be the first of its kind in Wisconsin and the second in the state of Wisconsin, according to the press release.
Visitors to the city can work with the travel agency at the reception to arrange tours, rentals, vehicles and tickets for the venue. The reception provides a 24-hour wake-up service and helps business travelers plan their travel, travel insurance, hotel reservations and hotel room reservations.
The Best Western Bay Walk Inn offers free Wi-Fi in all accommodations. Accommodation rates cover the cost of hotel rooms, food and beverages, and hotel room insurance. The Best Western Express Inn & Suites in Madison, Wisconsin features a full-service restaurant, fitness center, indoor pool and spa, and a 24-hour front desk.
On the first floor of the Androy Hotel is the Androy Lounge, which includes a full-service restaurant, fitness centre and 24-hour reception. This superior hotel maintains its reputation as one of the best hotels in Wisconsin with a high level of customer service and amenities.
The company will invest $8 million in the project and plans to hire 35 full and part-time employees. The company has agreed to pay $122,760 in taxes to be paid through a tax increase district that is scheduled to be ratified and considered on April 18. Construction on the hotel's first floor will begin and is expected to be completed by the end of 2020. Starting in 2022, the city will provide up to $1.5 million to cover the costs associated with the completion of the project.
The redevelopment authority held a public hearing to consider the sale of the land and approved a development cooperation agreement with the company outlining the terms of the project. Under the development contract, the land will be bought for $427,500, or fair market value, by the Wisconsin-based company for the project, according to a city news release.