Best Western Plus has arrived in two of New South Wales’ popular regional destinations, with the opening of the Best Western Plus Apollo International Hotel in Newcastle’s upbeat Charlestown and the Best Western Plus HW Boutique Hotel on Port Macquarie’s stunning beachfront.
Rob Anderson, Best Western Australasia chief executive said, “Signing the 94-room Best Western Plus Apollo International Hotel comes at a time when Newcastle is looking to revitalise itself through its City Evolutions strategy. This includes developing East Newcastle to be the home of new vibrant restaurants, bars, galleries and venues, boosting Newcastle as a new events and family holiday destination.
“No doubt Newcastle will become a new meetings and events spot for regional businesses with this significant investment in new city infrastructure, and the Best Western Plus Apollo International Hotel gives visitors a new opportunity to stay at a hotel that delivers a globally renowned higher level of comfort and style,” he said.
Similarly, in Port Macquarie the Best Western Plus HW Boutique Hotel has 44 beautifully appointed rooms, each with free wi-fi, LCD TVs, an express check-in facility, free parking and plush modern amenities.
“I am delighted to welcome the Best Western Plus HW Boutique Hotel to Best Western, and the uninterrupted ocean views from this hotel in particular, make it an unbeatable choice for families planning a trip away to Port Macquarie,” Mr Anderson said.
Trevor Morris, director of Linear Group that owns the two hotels says the Best Western Plus HW Boutique Hotel has arguably the best ocean views in Port Macquarie, while the Best Western Plus Apollo International Hotel in Charlestown is well known in the area and has recently undergone a complete refurbishment, adding 44 new rooms to its inventory.
“At the Best Western Plus Apollo International Hotel, guests can enjoy the newest, largest and most elegant hotel rooms in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie; delicious food and banqueting options, plus a meetings and events service with technology and facilities that are among the most highly sought after in hotels today,” he said.
Image: Best Western Plus HW Boutique Hotel on Port Macquarie