Showing posts from November, 2020

Plan a Romantic Getaway at Fort Wood Hotels!

Have an anniversary coming up or just looking to get away with your significant other for no reason at all? Book a romantic getaway with us at Fort Wood Hotels ! Toast an anniversary, special occasion, or just celebrate being together. Get away from life’s distractions without having to go too far. St. Robert, MO has plenty to keep you busy for a weekend. Read on to learn more about the area and our Romance Package.  Romance Package Our Getaway Package Includes: Spacious Jacuzzi Suite at the Fairfield by Marriott Wine and chocolates Use for a Staycation or Last Minute Holiday Deal Relax On Us! Sometimes just taking time away from your busy schedule is all that is needed to recharge and enjoy time away.  Let us take care of everything so all you have to do is show up, relax, and leave. Enjoy some of our on-site amenities.  Indoor pool !  Grab your swimsuit and hit the water.  Burn off any stress you may have so you can completely enjoy your special getaway. Indoor pools at Comfort Inn a

Post Engagement Checklist!

The holidays are right around the corner which means it's engagement season! If you have a suspicion that you might be getting engaged over the holidays, you may be wondering what happens after the big surprise! There are many things to think about and things to do and it can be overwhelming. Read on to get a handy post-engagement checklist!  #1 Enjoy the Moment!  It's easy to get caught up in the moment and start going into planning mode. Take some time to enjoy the day with your new fiance!  #2 Call Your Family and Close Friends After you've enjoyed the moment, it's time to call the ones you love if they were not apart of the engagement. Sharing the news either by phone or in-person is best. Close family and friends don't want to find out via social media or word of mouth from someone else. #3 Manicure Time! Even if your nails weren't perfect for the engagement, it's not too late to get that manicure! Your hands will be in the spotlight for the next few we

Book Your Stay With Us For the Holidays! Social Distance and Enjoy More Privacy!

Are you traveling to the Fort Leonard Wood Area for the holidays? Now is the time to book your lodging! If you usually stay with family, have you considered staying in a hotel but afraid you might offend your family member? We understand it can feel intimidating to let your family member know that you would prefer to stay in a hotel but it doesn't have to be. Check out a few compelling reasons to book your stay with us at Fort Wood Hotels over staying with family this year.  #1 Social Distancing Navigating 2020 has been challenging to say the least. If you are concerned about the amount of space your family has to offer, our hotels in St. Robert, MO are clean and spacious. Keep your distance and have a private room to sleep in when you opt for a hotel stay instead.  #2 Being Comfortable is Important Let's face it, staying with family probably means staying on a pullout couch, an old lumpy mattress, or your old childhood bed. A comfy hotel mattress will provide you with the com

In Your Honor - Fort Wood Hotels Veterans - A Tribute to Veteran's Day

Veteran's Day is next week and it's important that we honor and value our Veterans. Over the past month, we have featured the wonderful Veterans that are employed with us at Fort Wood Hotels . We've had the opportunity to spotlight and pay a tribute to some incredible people. If you haven't got the chance to learn more about our Veterans, be sure to check out our previous blogs. We have one last tribute - our Director of Operations, Rick Morris! Read on to learn more about his time spent serving our country!  CSM (R) Rick Morris Director of Operations, Fort Wood Hotels by Ehrhardt Properties 1. Dates served in the Military July 1983-October 2006 (23 Years) 2) Branch of Service Army 3) What Locations Did You Serve and What Units/Positions Did You Hold? 1983: July-November: Military Police One Station Unit Training (OSUT) Fort McClellan, Alabama December 1983-January 1985: 1st Military Police Company, Fort Riley, Kansas January 1985-March 1985: Traffic Accident Investig