Best Western opens Best Western Plus Kalbarri Edge Resort in Western Australia

Best Western welcomed the four-star Best Western Plus Kalbarri Edge Resort in Western Australia, providing accommodation option for tourists traveling between Geraldton, Carnarvon and other regional towns along Western Australia's Coral Coast.

The 72-room Best Western Plus Kalbarri Edge Resort is the 20th property in Australia to pass Best Western's Quality Assurance program to become a Plus hotel type.

With over 4,000 hotels in 100 countries, Best Western International introduced the three hotel types in 2011 to help distinguish its mid-scale and up-scale properties.


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Best Western Plus Kalbarri Edge Resort's 72 rooms range from fully self-contained two bedroom serviced apartments to spa suites and deluxe studios, with king beds, in-room facilities and upgraded bathroom amenities. Can access free Wi-Fi connectivity, flat-screen TVs, Foxtel channels and a kitchenette or kitchen with a microwave in each room.

Property have include a solar-heated pool, gym, balconies, outdoor dining and private barbecues.The Edge Restaurant is open seven days for breakfast and dinner, with a separate room service menu available.

The property is jointly owned by Western Australia's hospitality industry operator and consultant, Chris Pye (CEO and chairman of Hospitality Inns) and Jon Jessop of Edge Resorts.

Located north of Perth, Kalbarri is a seaside town sitting at the mouth of Murchison River and entrance to Kalbarri National Park. 

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