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Best Western hotel acclaimed with prestigious designation

The former Best Western Wine Country Hotel and Suites is been rebranded as the Best Wsstern Plus Wine Country Hotel and Suites.

That name change came after the hotel earned the Best Western Plus designation from the hotel chain’s head office.

The hotel was given the opportunity to meet specific design and amenity guidelines, that includes indicates well appointed rooms with modern amenities, and an enhanced level of comfort for guests looking to get the most out of their stay.

“No two Best Western hotels are alike, so these new descriptors will help our guests choose the right hotel for their needs from among the brand’s 2,200 North American properties,” said David Kong, Best Western International president and CEO.

“Hotels that earn the ‘Plus’ descriptor typically have a 3-Diamond rating from AAA, and offer a little something extra to make a guest’s stay even more comfortable.”

With 99 guestrooms and convenient guest services, the Best Western Wine Country, located at intersection of Carrington and Elk Roads, wants to meet the needs of its customers. “We are proud to put the Best Western Plus sign on our door,” said Cory Helmer, general manager of the West Kelowna hotel.

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