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Fri, 5 February 2016

Best Western Opens Hotel in Faisalabad, Pakistan

Best Western Hotels & Resorts has opened its first hotel in the city of Faisalabad, Pakistan.

The Best Western Faisalabad Hotel is located in the Punjabi citys central business district, just steps away from the scenic Jinnah Gardens - the green heart of Faisalabad.

Guests can choose from a choice of 30 air-conditioned rooms, all equipped with comfortable beds, spacious bathrooms, 32-inch LED televisions, mini-bars and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The hotels Cube Restaurant serves a selection of local and international dishes throughout the day, including breakfast, high tea, and a la carte menus for lunch and dinner. Alternatively, guests can choose to order room service.

For corporate guests, Best Western Faisalabad Hotel also provides a selection of meeting rooms.

As Pakistans third most populous city, Faisalabad is an important economic hub for both local and international business travelers, said Ron Pohl, Best Westerns Senior Vice President of Brand Management. But despite its size, Faisalabad still has a shortage of high quality international-standard hotel rooms. With the opening of Best Western Faisalabad Hotel, we plan to provide the city with a globally-recognized affordable accommodation option that will appeal to all types of traveler.

Best Western Faisalabad Hotel becomes the companys third hotel in Pakistan, following existing properties in Lahore and Islamabad.

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