Best Western extends its NSW portfolio with two new properties

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Best Western Hotels & Resorts has extended its NSW portfolio by adding two new properties in Dubbo and Quirindi.

Located on Cobra Street, west in Dubbo, Best Western Bluegum Motel joined the company’s NSW portfolio this month. Amanda and Robert Zatta bought this motel in 2014 and transformed it into a high-end accommodation with major overhaul. Set to be completed in 2017, the motel currently has 24 renovated rooms equipped with free Wi-Fi, mini-bar fridges, air-conditioning, TV, custom cabinetry, walk-in frameless showers, and more.

Guests can also enjoy some other facilities such as room service breakfast and dinner, barbecue area, onsite saltwater pool, etc., which are open to all guests.

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Mrs Zatta said that they decided to join the international brand because of its outstanding global reach and exceptional operation support to its partners.

On the other hand, Best Western Quirindi RSL Motel is a newly built structure that was officially introduced on March 30, 2016. With 20 new 4-star king suites, the motel is truly a luxury addition to the accommodation of the small town. All the rooms come with AC, smart TV, Wi-Fi, and wonderful mountain views.

Steve Richards, the Head of Commercial of Best Western Australasia, hoped that the motel would offer first-class accommodation to the guests visiting the region and boost local economy.

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Arizona-based Best Western is a privately held hotel brand that operates in more than 100 countries across the world. Their network in Australia is managed by a third-party organization named Best Western Australasia. It independently owns and operates 160 Best Western hotels throughout Australia, South Pacific, and New Zealand.

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