Four hotels in Western Australia and two in regional NSW have been confirmed as the six initial Australian members of Best Western’s ‘SureStay’ collection of economy and upper-economy properties.
The move marks the introduction of the Best Western economy division into Australia, with the company saying it provides options for guests to stay in comfort while keeping costs down.
Best Western Hotels & Resorts for Australasia Managing Director, Graham Perry, said the new collection of hotels offer essential comforts and exceptional value.
“Importantly, all hotels within the new soft brand receive the full service of Best Western’s worldwide brand network and benefit from sales and marketing services of the global hotel group.”
The six maiden members of ‘SureStay Hotel by Best Western’ and the sub-brand ‘SureStay Collection® by Best Western’ include the 31-room Karinga Motel in Lismore (NSW); 24-room Blue Diamond Motor Inn in Dubbo (NSW); 45-room Hospitality Carnarvon (WA); 54-room Hospitality Kalgoorlie (WA); 50-room Hospitality Esperance and 47-room Hospitality Geraldton.
Each property offers guests free wi-fi as part of their room rates. Dining options are on-site along with close proximity to local attractions, activities and sporting facilities.