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Best Western unveils resort on Australia’s Coral Coast

Bangkok, July 3, 2014

Best Western International has unveiled a new upscale resort on the Coral Coast of Western Australia.
Located in the town of Kalbarri, which is 600km north of Perth and at the mouth of the Murchison River, Best Western Plus Kalbarri Edge Resort will provide accommodation option for tourists travelling up and down the Indian Ocean coast.
The low-rise resort, which was built in 2009, will offer 72 guest units, including hotel rooms, suites and two-bedroom serviced apartments.
The rooms and apartments are equipped with free wi-fi, large flat screen TVs, satellite channels, deluxe bathrooms and kitchen facilities, including microwave ovens.
The resort amenities include the Edge Restaurant, which is open for breakfast and dinner, a solar-heated swimming pool, gym, and outdoor dining and barbecue areas. 
There is also a separate room service menu and guests wishing to dine out can take a five-minute walk to Kalbarri town centre.
Glenn de Souza, vice president of international operations for Asia and Middle East, said: “Our upscale Best Western Plus brand has been delighting guests in Asia and the Middle East for several years now, and we are delighted to expand this popular product in Australia.”
Best Western Plus Kalbarri Edge Resort will be the brand’s 13th hotel in Western Australia and the 20th in the country. - TradeArabia News Service

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