Best Western Premier Northwood Hotel Conference Centre to Open in Timmins, Ontario

Canada, Timmins, Ontario. April 23, 2020

Best Western® Hotels & Resorts announces the opening of the brand new Best Western Premier Northwood Hotel Conference Centre. The newly built hotel opened its doors to guests as a Best Western Premier property offering modern décor, upscale amenities and superior service travelers have come to trust from the Best Western Premier Brand.

"We are thrilled to be a part of the upscale Best Western Premier brand, as it is well known and respected for its superior accommodations, exceptional service and first-rate amenities," said Carole Rheault-Gibouleau, Owner of the Best Western Premier Northwood Hotel Conference Centre. "Our new property will be a true reflection of the Best Western Premier portfolio, offering guests an exceptional lodging option with the highest degree of hospitality, quality and attention to detail."

The property features 98 upscale guest rooms including 29 spacious suites, each boasting contemporary design and equipped with a large flat-screen television, microwave and mini fridge. Whether traveling for business or leisure, guests will enjoy an array of amenities, including an indoor heated pool and state-of-the-art 24-hour fitness center. Travelers can start their day with complimentary hot breakfast and unwind at the on-site, full-service lounge serving up refreshing cocktails and dinner menu.

The Best Western Premier Northwood Hotel Conference Centre is also ideal for business travelers with a full-service business center offering complimentary printing, faxing and scanning. Featuring 1,600 square foot meeting and event space with AV rental and on-site food & beverage service, the property is an ideal location for meetings, conferences, banquets or other celebrations.

Guests staying at the hotel will enjoy easy access to Timmins Victor M. Power Airport, Timmins Museum National Exhibition Centre, Timmins Wake Park on Gillies Lake and access to winter sports areas popular for skiing, snowmobiling and dog sledding.

Best Western Premier is one of Best Western Hotels & Resorts' most exclusive offerings, which brings a notably refined and elegant travel experience to today's discerning travelers. The brand was named #1 in the upscale segment in the J.D. Power 2019 North America Hotel Guest Satisfaction Study, setting a higher standard for travelers with stylish designs, attention to detail and personalized service.

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