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Best Western Alpine Hotel Opens in Christchurch

Best Western® Hotels & Resorts today announces the opening of its newest property in New Zealand, the Best Western Alpine Hotel. The brand new hotel is the latest venture from well-known Christchurch businessman Jason Soon.

Located in Upper Riccarton, Christchurch, the Best Western Alpine Hotel features 21 spacious rooms complete with video-on-demand Netflix streaming, free WiFi available throughout the hotel and complimentary parking. Whether travelling for business or leisure, guests can relax at champion New Zealand lawn bowler Gary Lawson’s new on-site bar and restaurant, the Horse & Jockey.

Managing Director of Best Western Hotels & Resorts for Australasia, Graham Perry welcomes the addition of the new build Christchurch property to the brand.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Best Western Alpine Hotel to the Best Western network, and to expand our presence in the important New Zealand market.”

Best Western Regional Manager New Zealand & Pacific, Andrew Belsham, says Best Western is throwing its full backing behind the new hotel during these difficult times.

“We are rallying around the community of Christchurch and are dedicated to offering all the support we can to help make the hotel a success,” says Belsham. “Christchurch continues to welcome visitors with open arms, and Best Western and Jason and his partner Tina are delighted to be able to assist with this important work.”

The conveniently located property is a short drive to both the Riccarton Park Racecourse and the University of Canterbury.

Best Western Alpine Hotel owner Jason Soon is delighted to be part of the Best Western brand.

“We look forward to showcasing our fine new property to guests and Best Western Rewards members”.

Perry encourages travellers to continue to support the city.

“Having just returned from a visit to Christchurch, my key takeout is that the community and hotel industry are very resilient and are working hard to get back to a business as usual position. If there’s one thing we can help them with, it’s promoting to all Australians that Christchurch is open for the business and they shouldn’t hesitate to visit – now!”

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