Best Western opens newest Colorado hotel

The Best Western Plus Overland Inn & Suites in Fort Morgan, Colo., is the newest hotel to join the Best Western portfolio. The hotel is owned by Fort Morgan Sundowner, and consists of 60 guestrooms and 14 suites.

The hotel’s amenities include a full complimentary breakfast, an indoor pool, hot tub, a fitness center and convenience store. Each room is equipped with a flat screen television, a microwave, mini-refrigerator and free wireless Internet access. Hotel also offer rooms with hearing impaired services.

For business travelers, the hotel offers a 24-hour business center with complimentary printing and copy services. Free internet access in all public areas. The property also offers meeting facilities with occupancy up to 41 and a board room that can accommodate up to 17.

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"Best Western Hotels & Resorts is proud to welcome the Best Western Plus Overland Inn & Suites to our chain," said Michael Morton, VP of owner relations for Best Western. "This property gives guests a quality lodging option when traveling to north eastern Colorado."

Guests at the hotel will have access to the Sherman Street National Historic District, as well as Riverside Park, the Fort Morgan Museum and U.S. Military Historical Museum. There are also various shopping and dining options within a 10 mile radius of the hotel.

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