Best Western Hotels & Resorts has opened several new properties across the U.S. and Canada.
The Best Western Plus Airdrie Gateway has opened in Airdrie, Alberta in Canada. The four-level hotel has 80 standard guestrooms and three suites.
The hotel recently completed a $600,000 renovation to update the façade of the property, install new lighting and water features and make additional upgrades. Amenities include electric vehicle charging stations, a 24-hour fitness center, guest laundry facilities and a 24-hour business center. The property’s suites include either a kitchenette or full kitchen, and there are accessible rooms available.
Baker City, Ore.
The Best Western Sunridge Inn & Conference Center, Baker City, Ore., recently rebranded from a Quality Inn after completing a $3.5 million renovation.
The 156-room resort-style property includes five buildings, an on-site restaurant and cocktail lounge, as well as an outdoor pool, a new spa and an upgraded fitness center. The hotel also has a new porte-cochère and offers free parking for guests. Additional amenities include guest laundry facilities, a playground, a 24-hour business center, a conference area and banquet facilities.
As part of the hotel’s recent renovation, each of the guestrooms at Best Western Sunridge Inn & Conference Center got mattresses, pillows and bedding. Additionally, all ADA-compliant guestrooms have a roll-in shower and raised commode.
The Best Western Plus Harrisonburg, Va., owned by Chris Patel, has opened after a $1.5 million renovation and rebranding from a Holiday Inn Express.
The property has 72 total guestrooms, 16 of which are suites. Public spaces include a new indoor heated pool and hot tub, as well as electric vehicle charging stations, guest laundry facilities, a 24-hour fitness center and a business center.
The Best Western Syracuse (N.Y.) Downtown Hotel and Suites is owned by Syracuse Hospitality Developers. The hotel recently completed renovations as part of a rebranding from the historic Jefferson Clinton Hotel and has 68 total guestrooms, 40 of which are suites.
The Best Western Syracuse Downtown Hotel and Suites is a historic property located in the Armory Square area of downtown Syracuse. Originally built in 1927 by Gustavus A. Young, the hotel was fashioned in the Beaux-Arts style and is one of the last remaining hotels from that era in the area. Renovations to the property include a full kitchen and bathroom remodel in guestrooms, as well as new furniture and soft goods. Lobby renovations include furniture, lighting and breakfast area updates while keeping the original 95-year-old marble intact.