Best Western opens upscale location in Vancouver, Wash.

A lobby at Best Western Premier Hotel at Fisher’s Landing
Best Western Premier Hotel at Fisher’s Landing, offering 132 rooms and 23 suites, is open in Vancouver, Wash. Photo credit: Best Western Hotels & Resorts

Best Western Hotels & Resorts has opened a new upscale property in Vancouver, Wash. Best Western Premier Hotel at Fisher’s Landing features 132 standard rooms and 23 suites.

The new hotel offers guests an on-site Bridge Bistro and Lounge where they can find chef-curated meals and cocktails. Other amenities include a heated indoor salt water pool and spa, a fitness center and complimentary hot breakfast. Those staying at the hotel can easily travel to a range of nearby destinations, including the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Mount. St. Helens Visitor Center, the Columbia River Gorge, Multnomah Falls and downtown Portland, Ore.

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For business guests, the new-build hotel provides 1,205 square feet of flexible meeting space, a dedicated business center and on-site catering. Additionally, the property is located within walking distance of PeaceHealth Headquarters, HP, Banfield Pet Hospital Headquarters and Columbia Tech Center.


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“We are thrilled to open our beautiful new hotel as a Best Western Premier property,” James Pliska, owner of the Best Western Premier Hotel at Fisher’s Landing, said in a statement. “The brand represents a level of sophistication and superior service that travelers can trust. We are confident the hotel’s unique ambience and first-rate customer service will be a welcome addition to the Vancouver area.”

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