Best Western Debuts Five New Properties

NATIONAL REPORT—Best Western Hotels & Resorts recently debuted five new properties across the country.

The Best Western Plus Executive Residency Ascension Hotel recently opened in Gonzales, LA. The newly built dual-branded property has 44 Executive Residency by Best Western guestrooms and 38 Best Western Plus guestrooms.

Located near I-10 on Highway 30, the property offers travelers easy access to local businesses such as BASF, CB&I, Motiva, Westlake and Shell, as well as leisure attractions Tanger Outlet Mall and Cabela’s along with local and chain restaurants such as Mike Anderson’s Seafood, Don’s Seafood, Pot & Paddle Jambalaya Kitchen, Cracker Barrel and Chili’s Grill & Bar.

The Best Western Plus Medical Center Hotel in Amarillo, TX, owned by Eric and Tariq Sindha, recently debuted at in the heart of Amarillo’s Medical District. Guests will be within walking distance of several hospitals, including BSA Hospital, Northwest Texas Healthcare System and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. The hotel is also only 30 minutes away from North America’s second largest Canyon at Palo Duro State Park.

The SureStay Hotel by Best Western Tupelo North has opened its doors in Tupelo, MS—as the first SureStay Hotel Group property in the state.

The hotel has 45 guestrooms and two suites, as well as an outdoor pool. It is a short drive from Historic Downtown Tupelo, Tupelo Automobile Museum, BancorpSouth Arena and The Elvis Presley Birthplace, a historic museum site in Tupelo.

The SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western Syracuse Airport recently debuted in North Syracuse, NY.

The hotel has 91 guestrooms and four suites, and recent renovations reflect modern and stylish decor, new flooring and wall coverings, and each room has a flat-screen television. It also has an outdoor pool and 1,100 sq.ft. of meeting space.

The SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western Nashville Southeast has opened its doors in La Vergne, TN.

The hotel has 60 guestrooms and an outdoor pool. It is 15 miles from Downtown Nashville—the of Nashville’s country music scene—and the Opryland USA amusement park. Also nearby are Stones River National Battlefield, Sam Davis Historic Home, Nashville Superspeedway, Nashville Zoo and Nashville Coliseum, home of the NFL Tennessee Titans.