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Posted: 09/07/2011

The Historic Weaver Hotel
Hotel management/operations

The historic Weaver Hotel in Waterville, Kansas, is a 1905 railroad hotel. Recently restored to its former glory, the Weaver Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Ten guest rooms in the three-story hotel are decorated in period furnishings. The hotel includes a catering kitchen, dining room, and conference facility which serves as a multipurpose area for special events. The small town of Waterville also boasts a 1902 Historic Opera House that is very active with events and undergoing renovation. The Marshall County Railroad Historical Society owns 13 miles of abandonded Union Pacific track that lies to the south of the Weaver Hotel and operates excursion trips by appointment. A very charming hotel and excellent opportunity for a go-getter!

Hotel Manager or Lesee
Professional Opportunity
Waterville, KS

Experience with all aspects of day-to-day hotel management to include guest services, operations, marketing and event management. Must have creative marketing experience and demonstrated success in business operations. Appreciation for historic preservation required. Ability to maintain a high level of guest services with Victorian charm required.

OPen until
none given

How to apply
Please send cover letter, resume and reference information to alicer@found.ksu.edu. Include subject line of WEAVER HOTEL
Alice Roepke
Phone: (785) 532-7570
2825 Highway 77
Waterville, KS 66548

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