Gov. Ivey granted Cullman $150,000 to open a new hotel

Cobblestone Hotels
You can stay at this spot when you visit Cullman. (Cobblestone Hotels)

It’s time to take a road trip to Cullman. With the success of the WildWater water park, Governor Kay Ivey recently gave the city a $150,000 grant to open a new hotel with a restaurant. Read on to learn about this new business and what it means for the local economy.

Bringing more visitors to Cullman

Wildwater Cullman Rides
This water park is just one of the reasons you should head to Cullman. (WildWater Cullman / Website)

This $150,000 grant given to the city by Ivey is aiding the construction of a 63-room Cobblestone Hotel on Main Avenue, a few blocks from WildWater water park and Heritage Park. As the first Alabama location of this hotel chain in 27 states, the hotel will be four stories and is expected to cost about $8.8 million.

Craving something delicious to eat? This spot will also house a Wissota Chophouse restaurant—yum! With Angus steaks and cold beer, it will be the perfect place to grab a delicious bite when you visit Cullman.

“This hotel will be a welcome addition to help the city of Cullman continue to attract visitors to the area.”

Kenneth Boswell, Director, Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs

A big deal for the local economy

Not only will this hotel attract more visitors to Cullman, but it will also provide new jobs. It’s estimated to employ at least 15 people.

“The city of Cullman and Cullman County as a whole continue to be magnets for economic development—both commercial and industrial. I salute local leaders for their diligence in making their community a better place to live, work and play. I am pleased to provide this Community Development Block Grant to support this project and the jobs that it will create.”

Kay Ivey, Governor, State of Alabama

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Selah Vetter
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