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Best Western celebrates three years in New Zealand

Best Western celebrates three years in New Zealand

8 January 2011

The stellar reputation of Best Western hotels continues to grow as the chain celebrates three years in New Zealand this year.

Rob Anderson, Chief Executive of Best Western Australasia said, “We have worked hard to provide a quality experience for all our guests. As we look back on a successful three years, our member properties continue to provide exemplary service and quality hospitality for all corporate and leisure guests”.

In three years, Best Western has expanded to 13 hotels in eight locations over the North and South Islands. Anderson continued, “Best Western has delivered over twice as much measurable business to our member properties over the past three years, as the previous management did in the five years before that”.

As part of the World’s Largest Hotel Chain, Best Western accommodates approximately 400,000 guests every night, equating to over 145 million guests annually. Ranging from three to four and a half stars, each hotel, motel, apartment and resort is independently owned and managed, while being committed to the common worldwide standards of quality, service and value.

“We have identified many exciting opportunities for Best Western in New Zealand”, Anderson said. “In coming months, we will be opening more properties, and working to cement the firm market presence for the brand in this region”.

For more information on Best Western in New Zealand visit www.bestwestern.co.nz

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