BWH Hotels expands portfolio in Q3

BWH Hotels grew its portfolio throughout the third quarter. The company's 19  brands added new properties to its global portfolio throughout key markets in Asia, Europe, North America and South America from the luxury to premium economy accommodations in the U.S., Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, France, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

The new properties in North America are: 

  • Best Western Acadia Hotel in Crowley, La. 
  • Best Western Bellemont Shadow Mountain Inn in Bellemont, Ariz.
  • Best Western Heartland Inn in Mattoon, Ill.
  • Best Western Lake Oswego/Portland Hotel & Suites in Lake Oswego, Ore.
  • Best Western Laurel in Laurel, Md.
  • Best Western Lubbock West Inn & Suites in Lubbock, Texas.
  • Best Western Plus Bonham in Bonham, Texas.
  • Best Western Plus Executive Residency Carlsbad Hotel in Carlsbad, N.M. 
  • Best Western Plus Fort Worth North in Fort Worth, Texas.
  • Best Western Plus Winter Haven Inn & Suites in Winter Haven, Fla. 
  • Best Western San Bernardino Hotel in San Bernardino, Calif.
  • Daxton Hotel, WorldHotels Luxury in Birmingham, Mich.
  • SureStay by Best Western Glendive Yellowstone River in Glendive, Mont. 
  • SureStay by Best Western Grayson in Grayson, Ky.
  • SureStay Plus by Best Western Calgary South East in Calgary, Canada
  • SureStay Plus by Best Western Pigeon Forge in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. 
  • SureStay Plus by Best Western Reading North in Reading, Penn.  
  • SureStay Plus by Best Western Fremont I-69 in Fremont, Ind. 

“It is exciting to see our global expansion continue as we grow our presence in key markets and cities,” said Ron Pohl, president, International Operations and WorldHotels, BWH Hotels. “Seeing the growth in our WorldHotels portfolio is particularly exciting—we are continuing to add exciting and unique properties, such as the Daxton Hotel in Michigan and the Villa Fontaine Grand Haneda Airport in Tokyo. This speaks volumes to our evolving brand and the connections we are establishing as we continue to inspire travelers around the world.”

These latest properties join more than 4,300 hotels in more than 100 countries and territories around the world.

“We continue to prioritize the rapid expansion of our core brands, boutique hotels and soft collections throughout North America,” said Brad LeBlanc, SVP and chief development officer, BWH Hotels. “We’re seeing tremendous growth throughout our portfolio.”