Ribbon cutting ceremony held at the Stewart Inn
The Stewart Inn held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark a change in ownership on Thursday, Jan. 12 at 521 Grant Street.
The historic Stewart Inn is a luxury boutique hotel in Wausau’s downtown River District. It was the first Wausau property on the National Register of Historic Places and is widely regarded as one of the world’s most intact examples of George Maher’s architecture, a founder of the American Arts & Crafts movement. The Inn features five updated guest rooms with private baths, gourmet multi-course breakfasts, a nightly wine and cheese reception, many high tech amenities and steam showers. In addition to lodging, the Inn will host small weddings, showers, special events and business off-sites.
The owners, Randy and Sara Bangs, have previously run two guest properties in Wisconsin, Pleasant Street Bed and Breakfast in Oconomowoc and the Allyn Mansion in Delavan. The pair instantly fell in love with the Stewart Inn, but what sold them on a business in Wausau was the vitality of the downtown, the depth and quality of area restaurants, the historic neighborhoods, the year-round outdoor recreational opportunities and the warmth of the region’s residents. The couple believes Wausau is one of Wisconsin’s best kept secrets and are excited to serve as ambassadors to the community.
For more information about the Stewart Inn or to book a room or special event, visit their site or call 262-639-5500.