Best Western Invites Travellers to “Discover Your Hotel Type” and Win 1 of 3 Holidays

5 AUGUST 2014


From Melbourne to Perth and Auckland to Queenstown, Australia and New Zealand’s regional landmarks are as distinct as the people who visit them. Like people, Best Western’s three hotel types – Best Western, Best Western Plus and Best Western Premier – have distinct personalities, and Best Western Australasia is giving travellers the chance to discover which hotel type best suits theirs by giving away three holidays each valued at $5,000.

Now through to 30 September 2014, Best Western invites travellers to create an image of their three favourite items, people or memories to the theme of ‘3 types’, and upload it to the brand’s website at

Three random winners will each receive a $3,000 Webjet voucher, $1,500 Best Western Travel Card and $500 experience voucher.

“We’re offering these holidays for guests to discover their favourite hotel type,” Steve Richards, Best Western Australasia’s General Manager of Sales and Marketing said. “The three different hotel types show diversity in our product, with great service and great value at Best Western; an enhanced experience at Best Western Plus and finally our Best Western Premier hotels which really leave you with a lasting impression.”

To enter Best Western’s competition:

  • Upload an image showing three things – favourite places, photos or travel companions – to Entries are unlimited.
  • Entrants will then select their choice of a $500 Avis, Viator or Red Balloon voucher.
  • Best Western will share its favourite entrants’ photos on its Instagram (@bestwesternau) and Facebook pages throughout the competition.

The competition runs in tandem with a second promotion offering guests a discount on their stay and triple Best Western Rewards points for all bookings made on the special rate before 30 September 2014 for stays until 1 July 2015.

Choose from 155 Best Western hotels in Australia, New Zealand or Fiji; 20 Best Western Plus hotels in Australia, or two Best Western Premier hotels in Melbourne and Perth. For keen globetrotters, there’s 4,000 hotels in 100 countries worldwide, forming Best Western International, the World’s Biggest Hotel Family.