Best Western® Hotels & Resorts has strengthened its offering in regional Australia with Best Western Plus Ambassador Orange in Central West NSW joining the network.
Managing Director of Best Western Hotels & Resorts for Australasia, Graham Perry, says: “We’re delighted to welcome Best Western Plus Ambassador Orange to the Best Western network. This addition provides our corporate and leisure guests with yet another high calibre destination in which to stay, complementing the brand’s presence in nearby Dubbo and Bathurst.”
“With a range of room types and quality facilities, Best Western Plus Ambassador Orange is the perfect place to stay for business travellers, families, and our 37 million Best Western Rewards® members globally, who now have an option when they travel throughout one of NSW’s bustling Central West’s highlights.”
The conveniently located four-star property facilities include an outdoor pool, gym, meeting and conference rooms and the onsite One Seventy Four Bar & Restaurant offering Australian cuisine featuring some of the region’s finest local produce and wines.
Best Western Plus Ambassador Orange Manager, Ben Cullis, is very positive about the move.
“We’re excited to come on board with the Best Western Plus® brand, and to take advantage of all the benefits its offers,” says Cullis.
“We’re looking forward to introducing our newly refurbished rooms to all guests and Best Western Rewards members, and to showcase the region to visitors who haven’t been to the Central West yet.”
As well as being a popular destination for business travellers, Orange is a haven for those in search of a serene holiday experience. Well known for its sophisticated food and cool climate wines, the scenic region offers museums for history and heritage buffs, local markets and shopping plus a range of outdoor activities including horse riding, ballooning, the Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area and three picturesque 18-hole golf courses, namely Duntryleague Country Club, Wentworth Gold Club and the Orange Ex-Services Country Club. Travellers can also join in the celebrations at the F.O.O.D. Week (Food of Orange District) in Autumn and the Orange Wine Festival in Spring.
According to Perry, Best Western Plus Ambassador Orange is the first of a number of high calibre properties joining the brand.
“Building scale and expanding the Best Western presence across Australasia and our portfolio of 12 brands is one of our key priorities for the year ahead. We’re looking forward to announcing others soon.”