Best Western Plus Champaign/Urbana Inn to Open in Champaign, Illinois

USA, Champagne, Illinois. April 07, 2020

Best Western® Hotels & Resorts announces the opening of the Best Western Plus Champaign/Urbana Inn, located at 516 W. Marketview Drive in Champaign, Illinois. Owned by Vip Patel and Jay Patel, the hotel recently completed a $1.9 million renovation and features 98 guest rooms and six suites.

Hotel amenities include a heated indoor pool, fitness center, two different meeting and event spaces, complimentary hot breakfast and free wireless internet. Each newly updated room is equipped with a large flat-screen television, microwave and mini fridge. The hotel offers complimentary faxing, printing and scanning for business and leisure travelers alike.

"We are thrilled to be a part of the respected Best Western Plus brand, well known for its high degree of hospitality and unmatched value," said Vip Patel, Owner of the Best Western Plus Champaign/Urbana Inn. "Customers will appreciate the comfort and service at our newly-renovated hotel and our convenient location near the University of Illinois, important area businesses, fun family attractions and major sports venues."

The Best Western Plus Champaign/Urbana Inn offers easy access to Market Place Mall, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Illinois Observatory, the State Farm Center sports and entertainment venue, the Spurlock Museum and Chanute Air Museum, and Crystal Lake Park.

Rates start at $94 per night. Travelers can contact the property directly for special packages.

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