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Congratulations to Roxan McAlmont for 22 Years and Happy Retirement!

This week we like to recognize our General Manager at the Fairfield Inn by Marriott Fort Leonard Wood St. Robert, Roxan McAlmont. She is retiring this month after working hard for us for 22 years! We appreciate her dedication and hard work inside our company and she will be greatly missed. Read on to learn more about Roxan McAlmont! About Roxan McAlmont  I started working part-time at Fairfield Inn in 1998 when they first opened under different ownership. In 2002, Steve brought the hotel and asked us to stay with the company. At the time I was front desk manager and continued as the front desk manager after the ownership transitioned. I later became the General Manager in 2012. As a military wife, we were transferred to the area in 1997. I have stayed in the area ever since. I love to kick back and relax. Usually, when I am not at work, I am catching up with work at the house. I do enjoy sitting down to play my favorite game Candy Crush on my tablet. In the past, you may have

Explore the Outdoors with Your Fort Leonard Wood Soldier!

Our hotel in St. Robert, Mo have frequent guests staying to visit a Solider stationed at the Fort Leonard Wood Army Post. If you're planning to visit Fort Leonard Wood soon, you may be looking for fun things to do with your Soldier. The Fort Leonard Wood area is full of fun things to do, especially if you love the outdoors. Read on to learn about a few fun outdoor activities in and around Fort Leonard Wood!  Stonehenge Replica  N. Hwy 63 Rolla, Mo 65401 A half-size Stonehenge at the former University of Missouri at Rolla was built to showcase the stone carving capabilities of its High-Pressure Water Jet Lab. Historic Main Street Footbridge 305 W. 3rd St. Rolla, Mo  A true historic landmark located in Rolla, Mo is a wooden footbridge over the BNSF Railway (formally Southwest Branch of the Pacific Railroad) that once carried vehicle traffic on Main Street. This landmark dates back to December 1860 and played an important role in the Civil War.  Trail of Tears Memori

Fort Wood Hotel's Guests Leave Great Reviews!

Since 1999 Fort Wood Hotels has been serving guests and communities in and around the area with award-winning Fort Leonard Wood hotels. Great hotel brands, great locations, and a never-ending focus on improving operations define who we are. We are determined to continue investing in our hotels. We listen to our guests and respond to their needs. You will not find higher quality hotels near Fort Leonard Wood at a better value. We absolutely guarantee satisfaction and this is why our hotels consistently earn top awards. It all comes back to giving guests what they want. When you stay at one of Fort Wood Hotels by Ehrhardt Properties, you will realize we take our mission very seriously! Don't just take our word for it, check out what our past guests have to say about their stay with us! "Love staying here at MainStay every time I come to town. The staff is great and caring, the rooms are always clean and odor-free. They are a pet-friendly motel; and they love seeing

Visit the Fort Leonard Wood Museum Complex!

The Fort Leonard Wood Area is packed with military history. The John B. Mahaffey Museum complex features a wide variety of different military installations. If you're visiting Fort Leonard Wood and would like to learn about some military history, the Fort  Leonard Wood Museum Complex is free to visit. Read on to learn more about Military Museums in Fort Leonard Wood. Fort Leonard Wood Museum Complex  495 S Dakota Avenue, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri  Open 8:00 am - 4:00pm Monday - Friday The John B. Mahaffey Museum Complex is comprised of six self-guided tours. 1) Memorial Grove Park By Museum, Fort Leonard Wood, MO You can visit the grove just about any time of day when the weather is nice and you will see people of all ages paying homage to our Regiment’s heroes as well as all MPs past, present, and future. The MPRA’s effort to call attention to the men and women of our ranks has really paid off. There is no doubt that Memorial Grove has truly become a