Best Western to Open New Hotel in Sabah

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Best Western will open the Sandakan Hotel and Residence in Sabah, Malaysia, on 10 September 2011, the groups second property in East Malaysia.

Situated in Bandar Letat Jaya, midway between Sandakan airport and the city centre, the 110-room hotel is located in the new commercial and entertainment development area of Sandakan.

Designed in a contemporary style, the hotels well appointed guestrooms feature select TV, an Interactive Progressive Television (IPTV) system which enables the guest to work online, send and receive messages, order room service, access cable TV / radio channels plus view their bill.

Hotel patrons will also be able to surf the web as a result of complimentary WIFI access in all rooms and public areas of the hotel a service which is standard throughout all Best Western hotels worldwide.

The hotel offers 110 rooms, ranging from Superior Rooms to three-Bedroom Apartments. There will be two choices of dining and entertainment options which includes LJs Grill and Bar serving Asian and Continental grilled specialties with live entertainment and The Olive Garden, a fusion of Mediterranean cuisines. A delicatessen outlet is also available that offers a wide range of take home lifestyle items from fine wines and cigars to classic delicacies.

Best Western Sandakan Hotel and Residence will be a welcoming sanctuary for both holiday-makers and business travelers. Its destined to become the address of choice in the area for those seeking relaxation and a place to spoil the senses said Mr. Alexandre Stephane, the hotels general manager.

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