US: Best Western Hotels & Resorts has opened a 50-acre mountain-top resort in Georgia under its latest boutique hotel concept Aiden.
Aiden by Best Western @ Warm Springs Hotel and Event Center is a resort overlooking the valley, featuring custom designed rooms with sliding barn doors and private patios.
The hotel’s onsite signature bar, The View, serves craft cocktails in the Grand Atrium, whereby the Grand Pavilion offers 180-degree view of the surrounding landscape, equipped with a fire pit for cooler evenings.
“Aiden hotels offer travellers a unique stay experience in a modern and stylish environment,” said Brad LeBlanc, SVP and chief development officer for Best Western Hotels & Resorts. “Aiden is created to reflect the flair and vibrancy of the world around us, bringing together indulgent amenities and bold designs that deliver a reimagined travel experience all at a great price. Warm Springs is steeped in southern tradition and nestled in Georgia’s rolling hills and fresh water springs, and this hotel perfectly embodies its remarkable surroundings.”
Owner of the property, Kathy Patel, added: “We are very excited to bring a bold boutique hotel to Warm Springs. Aiden is shaking up the hotel marketplace with its unique and guest-centric design. Our hotel brings a new lodging choice that is unlike anything else in the area, and we look forward to welcoming guests with our selection of modern amenities and exemplary service.”
Located in Warm Springs, in the heart of pine mountain valley of Meriwether county, Aiden by Best Western @ Warm Springs Hotel and Event Center is just one hour south of Atlanta.
Best Western Hotels & Resorts has 18 brands and approximately 4,700 hotels in over 100 countries.