Gardenia Inn Joins Best Western Australia

SYDNEY - THE WORLD’S LARGEST HOTEL CHAIN®, Best Western has added a new property to its growing list of global hotels. The Best Western Gardenia Motor Inn in New South Wales joins the Best Western Australia hotel chain.


Located in Bass Hill, a suburb of Sydney 23km South West of the CBD, this four-star property boasts 42 rooms, licensed restaurant, 200-seat conference room, cocktail bar and 24-hour reception.

“The Best Western Gardenia Motor Inn will be an impressive addition to Best Western’s portfolio of hotels,” says Best Western Australia’s CEO Rodger L. Powell. “A recent survey of our Platinum Club which is comprised of our top 500 corporate guests identified this location as a highly sought after destination. Best Western Australia actively targets properties in locations where our guests indicate they want a Best Western property.”

As part of the Best Western brand, the hotel features BestRequests?, frequently requested guest amenities and services including: available continental or hot breakfast, data port connections in all guest rooms, iron and ironing boards, hair dryers, coffee/tea makers in all rooms, 20 percent designated non-smoking rooms, complimentary toiletries available upon request, bottled or canned water available on-site, photo copy facilities available on-site during reception hours and much more.

In addition, Best Western Gardenia Motor Inn will benefit from a worldwide, toll-free reservations system, as well as centralised advertising, sales, marketing, purchasing, quality assurance standards, training and a dedicated IT help desk.

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For further information or reservations simply call 131 779 or visit the Best Western Australia website at www.bestwestern.com.au.

Best Western Australia offers quality accommodation at affordable prices with 250 hotels, motels, resorts and apartments throughout Australia and is an affiliate of Best Western International, THE WORLD`S LARGEST HOTEL CHAIN® with over 4,000 properties in over 80 countries.

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