The Best Western Plus Chemainus Inn has received an honour for outstanding quality standards. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Chemainus Inn receives highest award for quality

Commitment to service excellence recognized by Best Western chain

The Best Western Plus Chemainus Inn has received Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ Chairman’s Award for outstanding quality standards.

The Chairman’s Award recognizes the Best Western hotels that score in the top five per cent of more than 2,100 North American locations for cleanliness and maintenance inspection scores. Hotels must also meet Best Western’s requirements for design and high customer service scores to qualify for the award.

“It’s an honour to be receiving the Chairman’s Award from Best Western,” noted General Manager Karla Silva. “This award reflects the Best Western Plus Chemainus Inn’s management’s commitment to providing quality accommodations and services. Our housekeeping and maintenance teams have worked tremendously hard to ensure our guests’ stay is nothing short of exceptional, and we are proud to have achieved this level of success.”

Located at 9573 Chemainus Rd., the Best Western Plus Chemainus Inn features 75 suite style rooms and includes a hot buffet breakfast. There’s a mineral pool with hot tub, laundry facilities and more.

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