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Best Western Opens First Hotel in Kazakhstan

Friday 8 February 2013

ALMATY (PRNewswire) – Best Western International opens its first hotel in Kazakhstan, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Atakent Park Hotel, in Almaty. The four-star hotel is newly constructed and has 196 rooms with 23 suites and conference and meeting space to accommodate up to 500.

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Best Western Plus Atakent Park Hotel
Hotel amenities include climate control rooms, mini-bar, safe, international direct dial telephone, free Wi-Fi and a gym and spa. Guests will enjoy dining in the hotel’s full service restaurant Bastau, serving a menu of traditional Kazakh and European cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner, or relaxing in the Nomad Lobby Bar.

The BEST WESTERN PLUS Atakent Park Hotel is located in the centre of Almaty, close to the business and financial districts, 30 minutes from Almaty International Airport and 10 minutes from the Republic Square. The hotel is part of the biggest exhibition complex in Almaty – Atakent Exhibition Centre.

The hotel is owned by a Kazakh citizen, Mr Talgat Abdullayev.

“This hotel represents a significant move forward in our development efforts in the CIS. We are both delighted and proud of the BEST WESTERN PLUS Atakent Park Hotel as our entry into Kazakhstan and look forward to establishing the brand further throughout the country and region,” said Best Western’s Vice President of International Operations Suzi Yoder.

Kazakhstan is part of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), an organization of former republics of the Soviet Union. As part of a concerted effort to establish a footprint in this promising region, the company has also opened six Best Western branded hotels in the CIS countries of Russia, Ukraine and Moldova.

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