Boomerang Hotels signs 14th GuestHouse International in Washington

Boomerang Hotels signed an agreement with Par & Lee, owned by Naveen Parmar, Meena Parmar and Young Lee, for the conversion of the Best Night Inn in Fife, Washington to a GuestHouse International Inn.

Located at 3021 Pacific Highway East, the 94-room property is currently undergoing interior and exterior renovations. The hotel will also have a newly remodeled restaurant and lounge next door. Completion of all upgrades, opening of the restaurant and lounge, and the hotel’s grand opening as a GuestHouse International are set for the end of September 2014.

As part of Boomerang Hotels, the new GuestHouse International Inn’s guest amenities and services after the conversion will include free wireless Internet connection, complimentary hot breakfast and kids stay free (in room with parent).

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