Illinois Best Western Rebrands as Magnuson Hotel Heritage Inn
September 4, 2013
Magnuson Hotels, the world’s largest independent hotel group, announced today the complete rebranding of the Magnuson Hotel Heritage Inn.
Formerly the Best Western Heritage Inn, located in Rantoul, Illinois, the hotel will upgrade its local, regional and national market to attract business, group and leisure travelers via an affiliation with Magnuson Hotels’ global portfolio of nearly 2,000 hotels.
Corporate, educational, government and leisure travelers will appreciate this 50-room facility located just a short drive from the Gordyville Horseshow, Chanute Air Force Base Museum and the University of Illinois. Corporate travelers will enjoy close proximity to Rantoul Industrial Park, Ameritech and Adecco.
At the Magnuson Hotel Heritage Inn, guests can expect a complimentary continental breakfast, high-speed wireless internet, seasonal pool, hot tub and sauna. Newly remodeled rooms await all guests. All rooms feature cable TV with HBO, complimentary local and long distance calls, wake up service, coffeemaker, mini-fridge, microwave, hairdryer, and iron with board. Suites are also available for upgrading your stay.
“We are proud to welcome Mike Ghandi and his entire staff, and are fully committed to increasing their property visibility and reservations,” stated Thomas Magnuson, CEO of Magnuson Worldwide.
As a Magnuson Hotels affiliate, the Magnuson Hotel Heritage Inn is a member of the Magnuson Hotels Premier Collection, an elite portfolio of the highest quality hotels and locations represented by Magnuson Worldwide.
The Magnuson Hotel Heritage Inn will receive complete global brand representation without the costs and requirements of franchise brand affiliation. It will expand its business through Magnuson Hotels’ massive hotel reservation network including 650,000 GDS travel agents, all global corporate accounts, over 2,000 internet booking channels such as Global Hotel Exchange, Expedia, Hotels.com, Priceline, and all major airlines websites.