The Microtel Inns & Suites hotel brand is surprising and delighting guests with chances to win one of 135 prizes in celebration of its unprecedented ninth consecutive year ranking as “Highest in Guest Satisfaction among Economy/Budget Hotel Chains” by global marketing information services company J.D. Power and Associates.
Through September 12, 2010, travelers can enter for their chance to win by visiting www.microtelinn.com, clicking on the animated gift and booking a stay at any of nearly 320 Microtel hotels. Each week, 27 prizes, including nine $25 VISA gift cards, nine $50 VISA gift cards and nine free night stays will be awarded to winning guests who book using the promotional page or send in an alternative entry. No purchase is necessary to win and full details are available at www.microtelinn.com.
“We’re in the people business and our number one priority is serving the customer,” said Roy E. Flora, group president of Wyndham Hotel Group’s Microtel Inns & Suites brand. “Microtel hotels are known for delivering the highest quality, accessible accommodations and knock-your-socks-off service at an affordable price. To be recognized by consumers year after year is truly an honor so we’re thanking our guests and celebrating with them through our Surprise & Delight promotion.”
Microtel Inns & Suites is the only brand, regardless of segment, to be ranked Highest in Guest Satisfaction nine years in a row. In J.D. Power and Associates’ most recent rankings, the hotel chain led in five of the guest satisfaction measures including check-in/check-out, guest room, hotel services, hotel facilities and costs and fees.
The Microtel Inns & Suites brand, a member of the Wyndham Hotel Group family of lodging brands, features economy hotels located throughout North, South and Latin America and the Phillipines that offer guests queen-bedded single, double and suite accommodations. Properties offer complimentary wired and wireless high-speed Internet access, free local and long-distance phone calls within the continental United States, expanded cable television, in-room coffeemaker and continental breakfast.