Best Western Hotels: Britain’s Most Unusual Hotel Chain?
Best Western Hotels may offer the ideal solution for those who are looking for quality hotels with character but don’t want to risk staying with a completely independently run hotel.
The hotel brand itself is a US one run from Pheonix Arizona however, for the past 30 years the company has had a presence in the UK with a wide range of properties from slick city hotels to country retreats.
The major attraction of the brand is that hotels are run on an independent basis, meaning that each hotel is a truly unique experience. Instead of subscribing to s strict set of operational constraints, hotel owners subscribe instead to the brands values which include a commitment to green tourism, the use of local produce and an adherence to a fair pricing policy.
The result has been the creation of a network of hotels with a truly independent feel, yet the ability for the brand to be able to build up a level of trust with its customers for providing a quality hotel experience time and again.
Best Western UK
– In the UK over 270 hotels operate under the Best Western brand, there are a wide range of options available from four star city hotels in Edinburgh, such as the Bruntsfield Hotel to spa breaks in Lancashire, such as are offered at the Bolholt Country Park Hotel.
Best Western Hotels in London
– If looking to stay in the capital, the brand operates around 28 hotels ranging from a luxury stay at the four star Mostyn Hotel in the West End to London Airport Hotels such as the Reigate Manor suitable for those travelling through Gatwick Airport.
So wherever you are travelling in the UK, if you are looking for a guarantee of quality but don’t fancy staying in the many lifeless hotels offered by the major hotel chains, the Best Western brand may offer the ideal halfway house between chain hotel and independently run establishment.
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