Hotel Marshfield, which has had several incarnations over the years, now has a new identity that is authentically homegrown.
The hotel is owned by Marshfield Hospitalities, LLC, comprised of a group of local investors. The back story is this: The hotel had been foreclosed on and Rick Roehl, president of Roehl Transport, did not want to see the building stand vacant nor fall into further disrepair. No one in the community did. So Rick formed Marshfield Hospitalities and made the commitment to bring it back. For the community which no longer had sufficient hotel or banquet rooms, for travelers to Marshfield Clinic in need of a place to stay, for couples wanting their wedding reception to be special, for families in town for youth sports events, and for business people with high expectations of what a hotel should be even if it is in a small town.
Marshfield Hospitalities and its hotel management firm, IDM Hospitality (Madison, WI) took all those audiences into consideration when settling on the final blueprint for the massive renovation which began with taking the building down to the studs, removing walls, and reconfiguring the meeting, dining and recreation spaces.
There are 99 guest rooms, a mix of king and double queen beds, with nine of those corner suites for visitors looking to stay longer, spread out a bit more, or entertain family and friends. Thirty of the guest rooms are connected to another room, a plus for extended families and larger groups traveling together. All the furniture, bedding, flooring, lighting, fixtures and finishes are new. Corporate and group rates will be available.
Modern Yet Warm Interior Design with Strong Graphic Statements
Unexpected “Wow” Features
Amenities That Go the Extra Mile
Hotel Marshfield Team