Best Western Welcomes Bass Hotel

. October 14, 2008

LEEDS, AL, August 24, 2006. Best Western International announces the opening of the Best Western Bass Hotel and Suites located at 1949 Village Drive in Leeds, Alabama. This brand-new hotel has 62 spacious rooms including 30 suites. Guests will enjoy the indoor swimming pool, hot tub and fully-equipped exercise facility. A complimentary continental breakfast is offered each morning. The hotel features a business center and the meeting room accommodates up to 20 people. Rates start at $85 per night. Travelers can contact the property directly for special packages.

The Best Western Bass Hotel and Suites offers a variety of amenities including complimentary wired high-speed Internet access, free local phone calls (up to 30 minutes) and coffee/tea service in all rooms. In addition, each room is equipped with a work desk area and cable satellite-television. Jacuzzi suites are available with a microwave and refrigerator. A daily newspaper is available in the lobby at no charge.

"Best Western is pleased to welcome the brand-new Bass Hotel and Suites to our chain," said Mark Williams, vice president, North American Development for Best Western International. "This attractive hotel will provide travelers a lodging option of unparalleled quality and value when visiting the Birmingham area."

For the outdoor enthusiast, Logan Martin Lake is just minutes away offering fishing, swimming and sailing. The hotel is nestled at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and near a variety of attractions including the Talladega Super Speedway, Barber Motor Sports Park and the Birmingham Zoo. Those visiting Alabama State University will find the hotel a convenient lodging choice, just 12 miles from the campus. Guests can enjoy golf at the River Oaks Golf and Country Club just a short distance from the property.

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