Four new Best Western hotels open across US

Best Western Plus Kissimmee-Lake Buena Vista South Inn & Suites is located 2.5 miles from Walt Disney World. Photo credit: Best Western Hotels & Resorts (The four hotels opened across New Mexico, Washington, Florida and Georgia.)

Best Western Hotels & Resorts recently opened four hotels in New Mexico, Washington, Florida and Georgia.

The first of these hotels is the Best Western Grants Inn, which opened in Grants, N.M. The property, which is owned by Ravneet Sandhu, reopened following a full renovation, which added new furniture and an elevator.

“It’s an honor to bring the superior customer and trusted history of the Best Western brand to Grants,” Shaunda Begay, GM of the hotel, said in a statement. “We’re excited to show travelers in Grants what to expect from today’s Best Western.”

The Best Western Plus Kissimmee-Lake Buena Vista South Inn & Suites opened 2.5 miles from the entrance to Walt Disney World in Florida. The 95-room hotel offers 53 suites and is owned by Bhavin and Heta Patel with Liberty Hotel Group. The hotel offers a heated outdoor pool and an onsite game room, as well as a 24-hour exercise facility, sundry shop and laundry facilities.

Meanwhile, the Ecco Suites, BW Signature Collection by Best Western opened in Augusta, Ga. The 110-suite hotel offers in-room amenities such as coffee makers, microwaves and refrigerators, as well as a daily complimentary breakfast, a 24-hour fitness center and a heated outdoor pool.

“It’s truly an exciting time to join the Best Western family, and we’re proud to offer our guests a quality lodging option with the service travelers can trust,” said Matthew Weber, GM of the Ecco Suites. “Our modern and spacious hotel combines outstanding value with convenience, allowing guests to experience all that Augusta has to offer.”

Lastly, the Best Western Plus Wenatchee Downtown opened in Wenatchee, Wash. The 81-room hotel is located half a mile from the Wenatchee Convention Center, and offers daily breakfasts, laundry facilities, an indoor pool and hot tub and a meeting room.

“We are excited to showcase our full renovation and the elevated standards of the Best Western Plus brand to travelers visiting Wenatchee,” Diane Alderson, regional manager, Best Western Plus Wenatchee, said in a statement. “The fresh styling of Best Western Plus combined with the award-winning Best Western Rewards loyalty program made this an excellent fit for us and our dedicated staff.”