Best Western Plus Hotel Opens in Salzburg

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Best Western has added a stylish new hotel in Salzburg to its rapidly growing portfolio of hotels in Austria.

Forming part of the companys upscale hotel collection, the Best Western Plus Amedia Art Salzburg is located just a few minutes from Salzburgs historic heart.

Guests have the choice of 101 rooms complete with flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi. For business travelers, there is also a selection of meeting rooms.

The hotel also boasts a rooftop terrace, a steam room and a sauna.

The opening of Best Western Plus Amedia Art Salzburg marks the latest phase of Best Western Internationals partnership with Amedia Hotels.

With its rich history and numerous landmarks, Salzburg has always been a popular leisure destination. It is also a regional business hub and Best Western Plus Amedia Art Salzburg truly offers the best of both worlds. With convenience, comfort and connectivity, the hotel is the perfect option for all types of traveler, said Glenn de Souza, Best Westerns Vice President of International Operations for Asia & Middle East. Since the launch of our first property with Amedia Hotels in 2012, our partnership has gone from strength to strength. As two like-minded companies, we focus on providing contemporary experiences for modern travelers, while retaining our core values of comfort, convenience and service excellence.

Best Western International and Amedia Hotels teamed up for the first time in March 2012 with the launch of Best Western Plus Amedia Wien, in the Austrian capital Vienna. Since then, the partnership has led to the launch of new co-branded hotels in Graz, Wels and now Salzburg.

Best Western International now operates 28 hotels in 13 Austrian destinations.

Best Western, Salzburg

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