FORT DODGE, IA — Sleep Inn & Suites has opened its doors for guests in Fort Dodge in Iowa. Built around the trademark Designed to Dream experience, the hotel has 65 rooms with standard amenities such as large signature Sleep showers, a 49-inch flat-screen TV, sofa sleepers, irons and boards.
Guests also enjoy free Sleep Inn Morning Medley hot breakfast buffet, free WiFi, pool and hot tub, and exercise room. The Marketplace offers various refreshments including wine and beer, food and sundry items for guest to purchase and there is always free coffee.
The business center provides access to computers along with internet, copy and fax services and a meeting room that also includes audio/visual equipment to accommodate trainings. The meeting room is available for guests and is also open to the community to use. In cooler months, there is cold weather hook-ups to help get your car started.
GM Sherri Vesterby recommends guests enjoy relaxing by the large indoor heated pool and whirlpool with the family and friends which is located by a guest laundry area. The fitness center is filled with cardio equipment and weights and is also located in the same area.
The Hart Family Hotels partnership with Huegerich Construction Inc. (HCI) has played an important role in the construction and development of the hotels under their management. HCI is an industry leader for nearly 30 years with over 100 properties. Their attention to details and high quality make the Hart Family Hotels stand out in the hospitality business.
“I grew up in the hotel business as my father owned and operated 23 different hotels in 5 states over a 34-year time span. After graduating from South Dakota State with a degree in hotel and restaurant management, I worked and trained under my father. In 2011, I started my own hotel management company known as Hart Family Hotels where we currently own and operate 8 hotels with 3 more in the construction phase,” states Troy Hart, CEO of Hart Family Hotels. “Whatever we chose to do it has to be EXCELLENT. We never stop dreaming and encourage our staff to set Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals.”