Two new SureStay hotels open in North Carolina, Arizona

The exterior of the SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western Roanoke Rapids, N.C. Photo credit: Best Western Hotels & Resorts

Best Western Hotels & Resorts officially opened two new SureStay properties in North Carolina and Arizona.

The first of the two properties, the SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western Roanoke Rapids, N.C., consists of 63 guestrooms and 17 suites. The hotel offers a fitness center, an outdoor pool, a meeting room for up to 30 people, complimentary breakfast and free W-Fi.

“We are thrilled to welcome the SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western Roanoke Rapids to one of the newest brands in the industry: SureStay Hotels,” Shane Platt, managing director of SureStay Hotel Group, said in a statement. “Guests visiting the Roanoke Rapids area will enjoy all this hotel has to offer: outstanding customer service, affordability and amenities.”


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The second opening, the SureStay Hotel by Best Western Phoenix Downtown, adds 36 guestrooms to downtown Phoenix. The property is located within walking distance of the Talking Stick Resort Arena, Chase Field and Phoenix Convention Center.

“Phoenix is a popular destination for visitors who want to experience the beautiful desert weather and the many outdoor activities available nearly year-round,” Dan Sharma, GM of the SureStay Hotel by Best Western Phoenix Downtown, said in a statement. “We are honored to open the first SureStay Hotel in Arizona and look forward to providing our guests with unparalleled customer service and affordability.”

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