Lodging Host Hotel Corp. Opens Best Western Bandera Suites & Saloon in Texas

USA, Bandera, Texas. April 12, 2021

Best Western® Hotels & Resorts announces the opening of the Best Western Bandera Suites & Saloon located at 711 Main Street. Owned by Main Street Shops & Lofts and managed by Lodging Host Hotel Corp., the hotel features 46 guest suites.

The new-build hotel fashions an upgraded and modern style that also pays tribute to the town's reputation as "Cowboy Capital of the World," with elements that capture Bandera's western roots and rustic flair.

Providing guests with contemporary amenities and modern-day conveniences, the suites feature sleek furnishings, along with in-room comforts such as a mini fridge, microwave, plush pillow-top bedding, and a comfortable sleeper sofa. Charming western touches can be seen throughout guestroom décor and in its 1800's-inspired lobby and saloon that reflects the Old West and Texas' younger days.

Focusing on bringing value to the guest experience, the hotel offers a complimentary full hot breakfast, free high-speed internet access, an onsite guest laundry, 24/7 fitness room and 24/7 business center. The hotel also features a 1496 sq. ft of meeting room space for events and three additional lease spaces for business travelers to take advantage of.

"We are thrilled to be a part of the Best Western brand, as it is well known and respected for its high standards and commitment to quality customer service," said Cori Reid, general manager of the Best Western Bandera Suites & Saloon. "This property is an exceptional lodging option for our guests, and a tremendous asset to our community as whole."

Ideally located, the Best Western Bandera Suites & Saloon provides guests with easy access to attractions that make Bandera a popular destination for travelers. Guests will be able to take advantage of all that the unique town has to offer including its shops, bars and restaurants that embody a cowboy aesthetic, as well as recreational activities including hunting and tubing on the Medina river. The hotel will also be a superior lodging option for those in town for Bandera's signature motorcycling events and Texas' ultramarathons - the Bandera 100K trail run and the Cactus Rose 100-mile endurance run.

Staying at a Best Western-branded hotels such as the Best Western Bandera Suites & Saloon is now more rewarding than ever for travelers. This spring, Best Western is rewarding its guests by gifting its Best Western Rewards® (BWR®) members with a $25 Best Western Gift Card each night they stay from now through May 9, 2021 (Limit 4 gift cards). Additionally, BWR cut its Elite Status eligibility qualifications in half for 2021 - enabling travelers worldwide to earn Elite Status with just five nights, three stays or 5,000 points. The reduction in thresholds applies to each BWR Elite Status tier - making it easier than ever for guests to climb the loyalty ladder. Building off of BWR's tagline "Because We Care About Rewarding You," these promotions are the latest examples of the brand's ongoing commitment to caring for guests and supporting them through the COVID-19 pandemic.

For more information on BWR or to sign up, please visit bestwesternrewards.com. Visit travelcard.bestwestern.com for complete Best Western Travel Card terms and conditions.

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