Best Western opens first Plus hotel in Russia

Hotel News Resource is reporting that Best Western International has opened the company's first Plus hotel in Russia, the Best Western Plus Spasskaya Hotel in the country's oldest Russian settlement in Siberia, Tyumen.

The Best Western Plus Spasskaya Hotel is a newly constructed four-star hotel with 84 rooms and seven suites (including a Presidential Suite) with a full service restaurant serving international cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a lobby bar with a grand fireplace. The hotel also has a business center, health club and gift shop.

The hotel is located in the heart of the historical centre of Tyumen on one of the main streets of the city.  It is close to many of the important oil companies (including LUKOIL and TNK-BP), the administrative centre of the city, as well as the University, Sport Centre, FC Tyumen football stadium and Tyumen Dram Theatre. It is also the brand's third hotel in Russia, two of which opened near Moscow within the last six months. The chain also opened two hotels in CIS countries Ukraine and Moldova as part of a concerted effort to establish a footprint in this promising region.

 

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