Showing posts from September, 2022

How Our Employees Feel Working at Fort Wood Hotels

At Fort Wood Hotels, our whole focus is on taking care of our customers and making sure they have a wonderful guest experience. That being our goal, we know our teammates make all the difference in achieving that outcome. It takes everyone from the Guest Attendant who greets you when you come in the door, to the room attendants who make sure your room is sparkling clean, and even the maintenance engineers who make sure everything is functioning and in tiptop condition. So, as you might imagine, it’s not only important that our guests enjoy being at our hotels, we want our employees to feel just as great about working here as our clients feel staying here. Even that is a team effort, and you can tell when you hear some of the things our staff members have to say about working at Fort Wood Hotels . If you’d like to get a nice feeling for how our team works together for the good of our guests, we have quotes directly from them in today’s blog. Rowland - Maintenance Engineer.  He says it i

What Our Guests Tell Us They Love Most About Fairfield Inn

Any business can tell you how much they care or how great they are, but what really matters is how their guests feel. We can tell you that at Fort Wood Hotels, our staff are extremely dedicated to making our guests comfortable and meeting their needs. We are very proud to be an award-winning hotel in the Fort Leonard Wood area , and we truly believe that you will not find higher quality hotels near Fort Leonard Wood at a better value. But we don’t want you to just take our word for it. We would rather let you hear from customers who have experienced the hospitality of staying at a Ford Wood Hotel. To give you a feel for what it is like, we have 7 comments from guests of Fairfield Inn in St. Robert to share with you in this blog. Guest #1 “I am a hotel snob and honestly am very picky when it comes to hotels. I was a little worried before I booked this, BUT I couldn’t find one thing wrong with my stay. I got the best 3 nights of sleep of my life!” Guest #2 “I am a professional traveler.

Fort NOT Lost in the Woods Podcast - Entertaining AND Informative!

We know that the Fort Leonard Wood area can seem pretty remote to some, but it is actually a very happening place when you get to know more about it. That is why the podcast Fort Not Lost in the Woods was inspired. It is hosted by Tracy O’Quinn and is focused on sharing with listeners the history of the area, all the great things that it has to offer, and the fun and adventurous experiences that you and your family have to choose from when visiting the Fort Leonard Wood area. We think you will enjoy the entertaining way that the information is presented, and we know you will be intrigued by all there is in the area to enjoy that you may not even know about. So, if you’d like to learn more about what Fort Not Lost in the Woods Podcast is about, this blog will share some of the topics covered in a few of their recent podcasts. These excerpts are taken directly from No Storefront? No Problem...One Woman

Road Tripping in Pulaski County - Make your Plans for This Fall!

The Ozarks are well known as a destinations location when it comes to enjoying the fall foliage. From the variety of trees and colors to the rolling hills, bluffs, and beautiful landscape, it truly is a sight to be seen. If you enjoy getting out and viewing the fall colors, we have a lot of excellent back roads to cruise in Pulaski County. We thought we would share a few of those with you today. These are excerpts taken directly from and there is much more than we can share about these back roads in a blog, so we encourage you to go to their website for more information. To get an idea of the beauty that awaits you in Pulaski County, we invite you to keep reading! Hartford Road 1.15 miles northeast of Road Ranger, Highway 28 Hartford Road, a 3.39-mile-long loop drops into a Big Piney River valley. After only a mile you will be rewarded with dramatic river bluffs. In an especially picturesque scene, the road squeez

A Gamer’s Paradise … in the Fort Leonard Wood Area!

You may already know that Pulaski County is a popular destination for history buffs, outdoor enthusiasts, and Route 66 fans, but did you know it was a destination for gamers? It only makes sense, gamers live everywhere! But there are some very cool, perhaps unexpected hangouts for gamers in the Pulaski county area. If you are a gamer and have not checked them out, we think you’re going to be very excited. To see where they are and what they’re like, just keep reading! We got all this information from . Gamers Hideout 1018 Missouri Avenue Saint Robert, Missouri 65584-4640 573-336-2148 The first place we wanted to tell you about is Gamers Hideout, in Saint Robert Missouri. If you’re an avid player of Dungeons and Dragons, or Magic the Gathering, this place is for you! You can pick up D&D dice or maybe the perfect card to complete a deck you have been working on. Plus, Gamers Hideout hosts events and organized games. Just call ah