Best Western Hotels & Resorts announced today the opening of its newest upscale property, the Best Western Premier Brian Head Hotel & Spa in the beautiful mountain town of Brian Head, Utah.
“We are excited to welcome the Best Western Premier Brian Head Hotel & Spa as the newest addition to our growing portfolio of hotels,” said Ron Pohl, Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer for Best Western Hotels & Resorts. “This newly-renovated hotel will inspire guests with its stunning natural surroundings, while providing all the luxuries and sophistication the Best Western Premier® brand is known for. We look forward to providing today’s travelers with a truly memorable stay in the mountains. ”
Resembling a classic pine lodge, the hotel’s design exudes the beauty of the great outdoors throughout. Its 100 beautifully-appointed guest rooms and 12 lavish suites with fireplaces are all accented with light wood tones and a color scheme that blends with the natural colors of the property’s surroundings. The hotel lobby is designed with the perfect fusion of rustic and modern details, delivering an elegant and serene ambiance for guests to relax after a day of exploring the great outdoors.
Guests will enjoy the hotel’s state-of-the-art fitness center, an indoor pool with a striking waterfall feature, and indoor and outdoor hot tubs. And for the ultimate in relaxation, Noorish Spa – located onsite at the hotel– offers multiple types of massages, facials, body scrubs, mud wraps and a sauna. And with nearly 1,000-square feet of meeting room space, the hotel is sure to be a fit for any professional or family gathering.
With stunning mountain views, the hotel’s Lift Bar is the perfect spot to unwind and appreciate the beauty of Brian Head. The kids – or the kids at heart – can also enjoy a game of air hockey or the old school video games offered in the hotel’s game room.
The location of the Best Western Premier Brian Head Hotel & Spa makes it ideal for guests with a love of the outdoors. Conveniently situated near a premier ski area and some of the country’s most visited national parks, including Cedar Breaks National Park and Zion National Park, this newly refreshed hotel is an exceptional lodging option for travelers during any season.
“We are thrilled to offer a hotel experience that is second-to-none in elegance, service and attention to detail,” said Jose Maldonado, general manager of the Best Western Premier Brian Head Hotel & Spa. “Whether staying for leisure or business, summer or winter, guests will appreciate the elevated style and comfort of our gorgeously-renovated hotel.”
With the opening of the Best Western Premier Brian Head Hotel & Spa, Best Western Hotels & Resorts now has 122 Best Western Premier hotels across the globe, with another 56 more in the pipeline.