Best Western debuts three hotels across the U.S.

Best Western Hotels & Resorts has opened three hotels in three different states—Best Western Plus Fort Worth North in Texas, Best Western Plus Winter Haven Inn & Suites in Florida and SureStay by Best Western Glendive Yellowstone River in Montana.

Best Western Plus Fort Worth North

This fully renovated hotel is owned by Denish Patel – AJNM Hotels Group and features 148 guestrooms equipped with flat-screen televisions, microwaves and mini-fridges. Rooms with courtyard views overlooking the outdoor pool have balconies. Common areas and amenities include daily complimentary hot breakfast, 24-hour fitness and business centers, guest laundry facilities, a convenience store and complimentary wireless internet. There are also three meeting and event facilities, with the largest offering a capacity of up to 50 attendees.

Dharmin Patel, regional director, operations for the property, said, “Our hotel’s prime location and freshly renovated accommodations make it an ideal property for those who expect the highest degree of hospitality and unmatched value.”

Nearby attractions include the Fossil Creek Golf Club, Buffalo Ridge Park nature trails, Fort Worth Stockyards, Fort Worth Water Gardens, Bureau of Engraving & Printing, Vintage Flying Museum and Texas Motor Speedway.

Best Western Plus Winter Haven Inn & Suites

This hotel is owned by P6 Xenia LLC and features 97 guestrooms, 30 of which are suites. The hotel was the first to be built under the new prototype for Best Western Plus.

Amenities include daily complimentary hot breakfast, a 24-hour coffee station, a sundry shop, a community area and lounge pods, as well as a heated outdoor pool with a sun shelf, a 24-hour fitness center, guest laundry facilities, a 600-sq.-ft. meeting room, electric vehicle chargers and complimentary printing, faxing and wireless internet.

The hotel is close to Legoland Florida Water Park and Chain O’Lakes Park (home of AdventHealth Fieldhouse and Conference Center). The hotel is also located within eight square miles of surrounding lakes, offering 50 lakes with 22 boat ramps, 14 public docks and 30 waterfront parks.

SureStay by Best Western Glendive Yellowstone River

This hotel completed an extensive renovation of the building built in 1980. It commissioned new room signs featuring an aerial view of Glendive and the Yellowstone River from a local artisan. Additionally, to memorialize Glendive’s history of dinosaur fossil digs, Tyrannosaurus Rex footprints can be found at the front and second entrances.

The property features 55 guestrooms with flatscreen televisions, new furniture, vinyl wood flooring and reimagined bathrooms. Amenities include complimentary continental breakfast and complimentary business services, including printing, faxing and scanning.

“The SureStay Plus by Best Western Glendive Yellowstone River allows guests to experience the authentic look and feel of Glendive, accentuated by the excellent comfort, value and service they are looking for in a hotel stay,” said Dave Panas, managing director, operations, SureStay Hotels.

The property is located near Makoshika State Park, Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum, Frontier Getaway Museum, Dawson County Fairgrounds, Dawson Community College, Historic Bell Bridge, Hollecker Lake and Park and Whipkey Park.

“Working with SureStay representatives and our amazing hotel staff, a lot of great thought has gone into creating an environment that allows guests to enjoy the value and superior service of the SureStay brand while encapsulating the unique spirit of Glendive,” said Alex Allgood, owner, SureStay Plus by Best Western Glendive Yellowstone River.