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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Best Western Adds Brand New Hotel in Angeles City

Best Western International has signed a new management agreement to expand its collection of hotels in the Philippines.

The hotel group, which operates more than 4,000 properties worldwide, has penned a contract with Hilcres Consolidated Corporation to operate BEST WESTERN Bendix Hotel - a brand new midscale hotel in Angeles City, the burgeoning tourism and economic center on Luzon Island. 

“Angeles City is growing fast and we are delighted to be able to move into this exciting region,” said Glenn de Souza, Best Western International’s Vice President of International Operations for Asia & Middle East.

“Our existing properties in Manila, Makati City, Cebu and Boracay have been extremely popular with domestic and international visitors alike. And I am confident that BEST WESTERN Bendix Hotel, with its comfortable rooms, excellent connectivity and modern amenities, will be equally well-received.

“I would like to thank the Hilcres Consolidated Corporation for their confidence in Best Western International and I look forward to working with them on this exciting project,” Mr. de Souza added.
Scheduled to welcome its first guests in the second quarter of 2015, BEST WESTERN Bendix Hotel will be a modern, clean-edged hotel offering 60 spacious guest rooms.

With a contemporary design, soft, sleep-inducing beds and large bathrooms with separate shower units, this stylish new hotel will provide the ultimate in comfort and convenience. And with such modern amenities as large flat-screen televisions and complimentary Wi-Fi, guests will always be able to stay connected to their home or office.

The signing of BEST WESTERN Bendix Hotel marks a major step forward in Best Western International’s expansion in the Philippines.

At present, the company operates six hotels across four destinations in the country - Boracay, Cebu City, Makati City and Manila. But by the end of 2016, the company plans to expand this collection to 14 hotels, adding more than 750 modern rooms to its nationwide inventory.

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