Holiday where the heart is
ARRIVING at your hotel is like finding your holiday home. A warm welcome greets you, a friendly face asks about your day and readily cheers you up with the promise of providing you with anything you need during your stay.
But often, it really is the little things that keep visitors returning to the North East.
“There’s nothing better than stepping into your room with crisp, clean triple sheeting on your bed,” says Louise Robinson from Best Western Stagecoach Motel in Wodonga.
“I can’t count the times tired guests have arrived and just wanted to check-in and collapse on their bed.
“The next morning, they’re up early and rested after a good night’s sleep.”
Best Western Stagecoach Motel is one of Best Western’s most loyal members, joining the hotel family in 1980 with Louise and husband, Damien, taking over the 24-room motel business in 2004.
Part of a small and dedicated group of North East hotels, Louise often refers guests on to Best Western’s Albury, Beechworth and Corowa hotels when full.
“We look out for each other, celebrate birthdays together and on the rare occasions when we’re not working, we’ll meet up,” Louise said.
“Last year our Stagecoach motel celebrated our 10 year anniversary with Best Western.
“This year, Beechworth celebrated its 10 years with Best Western.
“We really are one of the happiest hotel families here in North East and we look forward to another 10 years helping our guests see the beautiful sights in this region.”
A room at Wodonga’s Best Western Stagecoach Motel.