Brand New Best Western PLUS Hotel Debuts in Horseheads, New York

USA, Horseheads, New York. May 19, 2023

Best Western Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of its newest Best Western Plus hotel in Horseheads, New York, conveniently located off of I-86, featuring 102 guest rooms and suites. The Best Western Plus Horseheads Inn & Suites reflects the community of Horseheads through its modern, soothing design.

The new build project, which was completed in March 2023, features a variety of amenities including an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, seven meeting rooms, daily complimentary hot breakfast, guest laundry access and more. All guest rooms and suites feature a 55" full cable HDTV, mini fridge, microwave and Keurig coffee maker. Business travelers will appreciate the hotel's four different meeting space options, offering from 360 to over 1,400 square feet and the business center with complimentary printing, scanning and faxing. In addition to the hotel's 24-hour sundry shop and full-service bar, an onsite restaurant will be opening in the coming months.

The Best Western Plus Horseheads Inn & Suites provides easy access to the area's top attractions and hotspots. The hotel is located just two miles from the Mark Twain Golf Course and three miles from the town's beloved Grand Central Plaza. Other nearby attractions include Harris Hill Amusement Park, Namaste Event Spa & Wellness Center, The Depot Museum of the Horseheads Historical Society, Cornell University and a variety of dining and shopping options.

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