Global hotels giant Best Western International Incorporated has announced that its Best Western Hotels And Resorts subsidiary has signed a deal to add Reno’s 316-room Boomtown Hotel And Casino to its family of venues.

Owned by local firm BCH Gaming Reno, the 34-suite property some six miles from the California border is to be renamed the Best Western Plus Boomtown Casino Hotel while still offering over 600 slots alongside a sportsbook, poker room and table games such as craps, roulette, keno and single-deck blackjack. Patrons can moreover continue to enjoy the Nevada venue’s six on-site restaurants and trio of cocktail lounges as well as its fun center featuring an antique carousel.

“Best Western Hotels And Resorts is proud to welcome the Best Western Plus Boomtown Casino Hotel to our chain,” said Michael Morton, Owner Relations Vice-President for Best Western Hotels And Resorts. “This property gives guests a quality lodging option when traveling to northwestern Nevada.”

Morton revealed that the Best Western Plus Boomtown Casino Hotel is to additionally continue to offer miniature golf, classic arcade games, a sundry store, an indoor heated pool and a fitness center while each of the venue’s rooms is equipped with a big screen television, a microwave and a miniature refrigerator alongside complimentary wireless Internet access.

For business travelers, the Best Western Plus Boomtown Casino Hotel features complimentary around-the clock printing and copying services, free Internet access and a 10,000 sq ft meeting facility with seating for up to 500 professionals.

“Located near the California-Nevada border, the Best Western Plus Boomtown Casino Hotel is only about an eight-minute drive to Reno,” read a statement from Phoenix-based Best Western International Incorporated. “There is something for everyone whether it be fishing, hiking, kayaking, boating, skiing or gambling. There are also various shopping and dining options within a ten-mile radius of the hotel.”

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