Best Western's SureStay brand opens new hotel in Montgomery, Ala.

The SureStay Hotel Montgomery in Montgomery, Ala.

SureStay Hotel Group, a subsidiary of Best Western Hotels & Resorts, is opening a new property in Alabama with the SureStay Hotel Montgomery.

The SureStay Hotel Montgomery is located at 1280 Eastern Blvd, Montgomery, Ala., and consists of 63 guestrooms, each with a minifridge and microwave. The SureStay Hotel Montgomery also offers complimentary breakfast and free wireless internet throughout the property.

The property’s location also positions it for guests interested in exploring the nearby area, as it is just a short drive from the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, The Shoppes at Eastchase and The Alabama Shakespeare Festival.


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“The SureStay Hotel Montgomery is a welcomed addition to our growing portfolio of SureStay Hotels,” Shane Platt, managing director of SureStay Hotel Group, said in a statement. “We are thrilled to bring this new hotel brand to Montgomery and believe this hotel will be an affordable, quality lodging option for travelers in this area.”

“We are committed to providing our guests with the amenities they look for in a hotel stay –  free high-speed internet throughout the hotel, complimentary breakfast, and above all, superior customer care,” Mohnish Patel, owner of the SureStay Hotel Montgomery, said in a statement. “Travelers visiting Montgomery can be sure about their stay at our hotel.”

Best Western Hotels & Resorts is headquartered in Phoenix and is a privately held hotel brand with a global network of  4,100 hotels in more than 100 countries and territories worldwide.

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