9 May 2014
Best Western, The World’s Biggest Hotel Family, has added Best Western Colonial Village Motel in Warrnambool, Victoria to the group. The addition takes Best Western’s Warrnambool portfolio to three hotels and a total of 160 operating in Australia.
Located a short walk from Warrnambool CBD and only five minutes to the Great Ocean Road, the fully self-contained Best Western Colonial Village Motel offers guests 19 rooms ranging from spacious two bedroom family rooms to apartment style suites sleeping up to six people, plus disabled rooms and spa suites.
All rooms offer free Wi-fi, Austar cable TV, breakfast as room service and a guest laundry onsite. Chargeback facilities are available at local restaurants for pre-arranged corporate accounts.
Rob Anderson, Best Western Australasia Chief Executive said a third property in Warrnambool supports Victoria’s regional tourism strategy to continue to build on the supply of high quality accommodation developments near the Great Ocean Road.
“Adding a third property in Warrnambool offers another great accommodation option for the thousands of visitors who each year flock to the region. I’m pleased to welcome Best Western Colonial Village Motel to our group, to cater for all corporate needs and family budgets.”
Sue and Anthony Fitzgerald, owners of the Best Western Colonial Village Motel said, “The high quality and standards of Best Western will ensure we meet our guests’ expectations for quality and service.”
Set on three acres of landscaped gardens with a tennis court, children’s playground and dedicated barbecue area, Best Western Colonial Village Motel situates guests close to popular local attractions including the 12 Apostles, Logan’s Beach Whale Nursery and the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum.
The property joins Best Western’s two other hotels in Warrnambool: Best Western Tudor Motor Inn & Apartments and Best Western Olde Maritime Motor Inn.
For more information or to make a reservation at Best Western Colonial Village Motel, see bestwestern.com.au/colonialvillage.