SNOWFLAKE — Best Western Hotels & Resorts announceS the addition of the Best Western Snowflake Inn into the storied Best Western brand. Located at 2055 S. Main Street in Snowflake, this hotel has 56 rooms and eight suites, and is owned by Vijay Koradiya.

This recently renovated hotel offers modern, comfortable accommodations and the friendliest staff in town. Every room features a flat-screen television and mini fridge, with suites also offering microwaves.

“Best Western is an iconic name in the hotel industry and we’re thrilled to be joining this historic brand known for its exceptional service and outstanding value,” said Cindy Camden, General Manager, Best Western Snowflake Inn. Guests will be impressed with the results of its recently-completed $1.4 million renovation and the upgrades in every area of the hotel.

Guests of the Best Western Snowflake Inn have full access to the weight-lifting and cardio equipment in the hotel’s 24-hour fitness center, can relax in the indoor heated pool and spa, and start the day each day off right with a complimentary hot breakfast. Travelers will appreciate the ease of using the hotel’s free wireless internet, and small groups looking for a location for a business meeting or social event can take advantage of the hotel’s 624-square foot meeting room.

The Best Western Snowflake Inn offers easy access to the Snowflake Temple, just three miles away and the Snowflake Country Club and Silver Creek Golf course also nearby. Fool Hollow Lake, a popular area for fishing, is a brief 20-minute drive from the hotel.

Reservations may be booked by calling the hotel directly at 928-536-3888 or by calling Best Western Hotels & Resort’s 24-hour, toll-free reservations number 800-780-7234 and also available at their website

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