Worldwide hotel chain. Includes directory of locations, online reservations, promotions, and other information. [Description from dmoz]
Western hospitality has really spread. Begun in 1946 by hotelier M. K. Guertin and named for its California origins, Best Western has more than 4,000 independently owned and operated hotels (including 2,200-plus in the US, Canada, and the Caribbean), making it the world's largest hotel brand (by number of rooms). Hotels sport its flag in about 80 countries and territories; Australia and the UK have the most outside the US. The company has about 100 Best Western Premier branded hotels in Asia and Europe, which offer a higher level of amenities and services. Best Western is organized as a not-for-profit membership association, with most of its sales coming from monthly fees and annual dues. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 1.1 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor uses travelnow.com and rents cars from Thrifty.
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