We’ve been talking a lot about breakfast at Best Western lately…
While getting prepared for our limited time Free Breakfast Rate, we couldn’t resist compiling this list of what we’re calling the top 5 ‘messy-licious’ breakfasts. We’ve got our favourites, what’s yours? Read more about ‘Top 5 Messy-licious Breakfasts’
No two days are the same for Siony, a housekeeper at Best Western Plus Garden City Hotel in Canberra. Siony can be assigned to a large business conference, refreshing the poolside bar and lounge or servicing guest rooms.
Eight hours after check-out, the phone call from a distressed mother came through to Best Western Central Motel & Apartments in Queanbeyan New South Wales. After travelling 700km, and checking into their next destination, the family’s road trip had suddenly turned sour; four-year-old Emily’s favourite teddy, the creatively-named Pink Ted, could not be found.
John and Lyn Lewis finished work at five o’clock on Friday afternoon and raced home to pack the car. Over one weekend, the couple from Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs drove all over Victoria from Echuca to Euroa, Benalla, through Hepburn Springs and finally to Hamilton before arriving home at eight o’clock Sunday night.
Desert oasis Broken Hill is Australia’s first Nationally Heritage Listed City.
Widely known for having one of the world’s largest mines, beautiful national parks and a big movie history, Broken Hill’s friendly community know all the history and secrets that go with living in this vast outback. Read more about ‘Why we love Broken Hill’
Do you love a good story? Will a great book stay with you long after you finish it? Retracing travel memories are some of the most common conversation starters used among friends and strangers. But did you know some of our hotels have such big personalities, they could earn a charming conversation starter on their own?
From Melbourne to Perth, Auckland to Queenstown, and Asia to the UK, one thing remains constant – our desire to travel.
Mark Twain said it best: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” Read more about ‘Why do you travel?’