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By: Peter Teska, Global Infection Prevention Application Expert, Diversey

In many countries, restaurants were among the first to feel the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Bookings disappeared almost overnight, followed by long imposed periods of closure and staff inactivity. The onset of coronavirus hasn’t diminished the hard work you have put into your business, but the subsequent rapid change of circumstances and focus mean that you are in effect at ground zero. Putting effective cleaning procedures in place is crucial to reaffirming your reputation when reopening, and for your future success.

New Expectations around Cleanliness

There are few sectors prior to the pandemic in which hygiene has been of such a high priority. Thankfully, the food service industry is well-versed in the necessity for cleanliness in both front-of-house (FOH) and back-of-house (BOH) areas. Yet diners’ sensitivity to hygiene standards was previously based primarily on appearance. The presence of coronavirus requires you to conform to unparalleled and explicit new levels of cleanliness. With this heightened expectation of hygiene, both diners and staff will want to know – and to confirm with their own eyes – what you are doing to ensure health and safety.

Before you focus on enhanced cleaning, create a clear plan based on a feasible reopening date. Having gone through a disruptive period of high uncertainty – and with much uncertainty still to come – this enables you to assess risks and measure daily progress. It also helps to raise team spirit by creating a mutual goal among staff and allows everyone to work backwards from the intended opening date to determine how quickly other tasks need to be completed.

Aim to have everything completed to your satisfaction by this date, but shift it if necessary as you progress. In the new normal of hyper-vigilance, first impressions are critical as you seek to rebuild previous levels of customer confidence. Anything less than best public health practice creates another obstacle to survival when you already face many more.

Best Practices for your Business

Ready your restaurant for reopening by implementing the following strategies:

Implement Social Distancing: Understanding the requirements of social distancing laid down by governments and health authorities is essential. Social distancing defines the constraints for everyone in your restaurant. With strict limits on the number of diners, evaluating the layout of your restaurant and clearly defining entrance and exit routes is essential for safe movement. Instruct staff in procedures. Emphasise that social distancing applies everywhere and will change only with new guidance from applicable authorities.

Require Face Coverings: Because maintaining social distancing from other staff and diners will not be possible continuously, face coverings (i.e. masks) will be required for staff. Instruct staff in how to use masks and when to change masks.

Use Training and Communication to your Advantage: Training on all new public health practices is important, especially for employees whose duties have not involved cleaning before. Develop cleaning kits that combine essential products ensuring ease of use, prevention and best practice. Then, clearly outline to staff and customers the measures you are taking to protect them, and that you are using recommended and safe products. Establish an emergency protocol, as the pervasiveness of coronavirus means that workers may test positive.

Prioritize Hand Hygiene: Hands are the main route for personal infection and the spread of pathogens. Thus, regular hand washing procedures and use of hand sanitizer are central to limiting exposure. Ensure access to wall-mounted dispensers and free-standing hand hygiene stations offering alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

The percentage of alcohol in hand sanitizer is key to its effectiveness. Many products have rushed to market on the back of the pandemic that should be treated with caution. A registered product will provide assurance and its efficacy should be proven according to recognized standards, which could be either from local regulations, the United States EPA or FDA, or per European Norm protocols.1 Hand sanitizer with an alcohol content of 60% is the minimum recommendation of The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 2 Use sanitizers that have more than 70% alcohol content to ensure a faster kill rate.

Select the Right Chemicals for Added Assurance: Preferably use disinfectants that are specifically approved for coronavirus. The shorter the contact time – one minute or less – the better for inactivating the virus. Also ensure you choose hospital grade disinfectants, which are rapidly becoming the new normal in disinfection. They use technologies like Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide (AHP), which are markedly safer for people and surfaces while still being tough on pathogens. These disinfectants are also more efficient than the existing slower Quats-based (quaternary ammonium compounds) products, or those formulated on Hypochlorite or Peracetic acid.

AHP achieves the balance of maximizing potency while minimizing toxicity, breaking down into water and oxygen just minutes after use.

Conduct Hand Contact Surface Disinfection: Studies show that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can remain on surfaces for up to several days, including 48 hours on stainless steel and 72 hours on plastic.3 Routine disinfection of high hand contact surfaces is an important part of preventing the risk of transmission. Commonly touched surfaces should be put on a cleaning schedule to ensure they are disinfected frequently throughout the day.

Incorporate a disinfectant range that offers numerous applications, including ready-to-use liquids, pre-moistened wipes and concentrates for added convenience and consistency. It may also help if you colour code products, tools and equipment for different cleaning procedures to help prevent cross-contamination and the spread of germs.

Work with a Trusted Provider: With supply chains struggling to achieve pre-pandemic levels, using multiple suppliers for cleaning essentials can complicate your cleaning program. Being able to rely on a single hygiene partner for everything from chemicals to training improves efficiency.

Don’t make the budget supply option your main criteria and avoid buying ineffective, unproven products from an unfamiliar source online or from your general distributor. Instead, identify a trusted hygiene provider that can offer expert advice and the appropriate products during this critical time.

There is nothing certain in the new normal for the food service industry. Nevertheless, by implementing a clear plan and the appropriate cleaning and hygiene measures, you can create the safest restaurant environment possible for your staff and diners, while giving yourself the best chance of success in these very difficult times.

Peter Teska is a Global Infection Prevention Application Expert at Diversey, the leader in smart, sustainable solutions for cleaning and hygiene. He is a member of the Diversey Hygiene Academy and can be reached at [email protected]. For more information, visit




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By: Peter Teska, Global Infection Prevention Application Expert, Diversey

The novel coronavirus pandemic has had an immense impact on the restaurant industry in the APAC region. The broad limitations placed on the industry have resulted in severe cash flow problems for many restaurants and in huge numbers of workers losing their jobs, even if only temporarily.1 Restaurant operators in Singapore, for example, report a significant effect on their revenues – with some expecting as much as an 80 per cent drop.2 While some APAC countries are allowing restaurants to resume business, others are delaying this process until later phases in their reopening plans. Despite the timing for reopening being uncertain, one thing is clear: restaurants need to be prepared for a new standard of cleanliness.

So how can restaurant owners and managers establish a culture that reinforces the role of cleanliness? It requires businesses to overhaul cleaning procedures, conduct thorough training and implement new employee-centric policies.

Cleaning the Right Way

Many restaurants will need to rethink their approach to cleaning as the pandemic continues to bring cleanliness to the forefront of everyone’s minds. There are several considerations that owners and managers must take when establishing new cleaning procedures, including:

Frequency – Enhanced cleaning and disinfection, in both front-of-house (FOH) and back-of-house (BOH) areas, will reduce the spread of potentially harmful germs throughout the restaurant. Determine the right frequency depending on the size and set-up, the foot traffic and other key factors. This may be every 30 minutes or every two hours. To maintain productivity without compromising performance, look for a disinfectant that has a short contact time, such as 60 seconds.

Cleaning the Right Way

Thoroughness – Provide employees with a one-step disinfectant cleaner that is safe on people and surfaces, but tough on pathogens. Look for disinfectants that are approved by the United States EPA, FDA and CDC for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus.3 For food contact surfaces, you can instruct employees to use a disinfectant cleaner for added assurance, but they must rinse the surface afterwards and then apply a no-rinse sanitizer.

Cleaning beyond high-touch surfaces is crucial, as coronavirus spreads easily and quickly. In addition to using approved chemicals, restaurants must be thorough in how they maintain cleaning tools. For example, while microfiber cloths can remove up to 99.9% of bacteria, they can also spread germs to surfaces if they’re reused too often without laundering.

Accountability – Confirming compliance with new policies and procedures is just as important as cleaning regularly and diligently. Methods for keeping employees on track include: creating a cleaning schedule for staff members to complete throughout the day that mangers review; have leadership conduct random FOH and BOH cleanliness checks; and set a reminder every 30 minutes to remind everyone to perform hand hygiene.

Teaching Core Values and Processes

One of the most effective ways that restaurants can make a positive cultural shift is by investing in employee training. Training both seasoned workers and new employees helps everyone learn your restaurant’s core values (such as cleanliness, health and safety), understand the expectations and access expert content along with best practices.

With many restaurant employees on furlough or working part-time until businesses can fully reopen, there’s an opportunity to roll out remote online training. A cloud-based e-learning platform can improve knowledge, skills and performance. Look for a program with digital resources like videos, training courses with content from R&D scientists and regulatory experts, in addition to reporting and product information. With a sophisticated system, managers can track progress, upload their own documents and presentations and run contests and award badges that can be exchanged for rewards.

Training topics should include infection prevention, food safety and personal hygiene. When employees understand the “why” behind hand hygiene, social distancing measures and proper cleaning, it minimizes the risk of lapses in cleanliness.

Reviewing Problematic Policies

The restaurant industry is often viewed as a first step into the labour market and typically relies on many young employees and part-time students who then exit the industry in favour of other careers. Many full-time employees often leave roles to secure opportunities for growth, as upward mobility can be a challenge. Facing long hours, ergonomic strain and in many cases low pay, many employees face burnout.

To combat turnover, restaurants need to cultivate a culture that makes employees want to stay long-term. Identify policies that hinder fulfilment, growth and well-being. While the industry faces thin margins and paid sick leave is often not an option, there are other ways to make workers feel cared for and valued.

For example, make sure that employees do not feel pressured to come into work while ill. Often, employees fear missing a shift will hurt their ability to pay living expenses and may result in firing or punishment. If your restaurant can’t offer paid sick leave, frame sick leave as a necessary precaution rather than a penalty that supports the health and safety of employees and customers. Additionally, review employee wages and contracts to make sure you are acknowledging hard work and offering a living wage. Encourage a positive environment that energizes staff using words of affirmation, an incentive program or teambuilding exercises. They’ll be more likely to follow rules around cleanliness, health and safety when they enjoy their work.

Serving up Cleanliness

With many restaurants still struggling to maintain momentum while facing financial hurdles, it’s important for business owners to understand where to invest their funds now to support their long-term survival. Taking the time to reassess the corporate culture and educate employees about the role of cleanliness is an important first step ahead of reopening. Training ensures that all employees understand the expectations around cleaning and know how to execute the processes and procedures correctly. This not only supports the well-being of workers but also the health and safety of diners who are eager to return to restaurants.

Peter Teska is a Global Infection Prevention Application Expert at Diversey, the leader in smart, sustainable solutions for cleaning and hygiene. He is a member of the Diversey Hygiene Academy and can be reached at [email protected]. For more information, visit




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FoodieS Magazine and AQUA Reflections Launch Bali’s Best Eats Award and Guide 2018

Bali, 19 September 2018 – After the resounding success of Jakarta’s Best Eats Award and Guide 2018, the first objective restaurant awards in Indonesia, FoodieS Magazine and AQUA Reflections proudly present Bali’s Best Eats Award 2018.

Indonesia’s First Objective Restaurant Awards

Inspired by the rise of local food-driven culture, Jakarta’s Best Eats was launched in December 2017 with purpose to scrutinize and recognize outstanding dining establishments amidst the rigorous competition in the capital’s ever-evolving dining scene. By appointing a panel of experts and well-respected judges in the culinary industry and after a thorough identification and deliberation process of almost 300 participating restaurants, the Jakarta’s Best Eats Awards and Guide were inaugurated at a gala dinner held on 22 February 2018. The Jakarta culinary scene was jubilant as the Top 40 restaurants were announced and special awards honoring Restaurant of the Year, Chef of the Year as well as Bar of the Year were given out.

Encouraging A World-Class Dining Scene

Recognizing the large manifestation of quality restaurants in Bali, FoodieS Magazine together with the leading natural mineral water in the country, AQUA Reflections, expands the Best Eats concept and launches the first reputable search for world-class dining venues on the Island of Gods, Bali. Bali’s Best Eats Awards and Guide will provide an expert eye to inform local and international diners and travelers alike about the creative talents behind Bali’s lucrative culinary industry and inspire chefs and restaurateurs to continuously develop world-class dining experiences.

Jed Doble, the Publisher of FoodieS Magazine said, “We wanted to create an award system not only as a guide for diners to choose the best dining venues in Bali but also to show visitors to Bali all the great work that chefs on the island have been doing and what truly sets one restaurant apart from another. Bali’s Best Eats Award will encourage culinary creativity and excellence, drive the local scene to even greater heights and help ensure that every night is fully booked at the restaurants.”

Bali’s Best Eats Judging

Bali’s Best Eats has assembled a panel of reputable industry experts from diverse backgrounds and specialties, to ensure a credible, honest and ethical judging process. The judging panel includes:

• Yuda Bustara – Celebrity Chef
• Janet de Neefe – Founder, Ubud Food Festival
• Sandra Djohan – Chef & Hotelier
• Jed Doble – Publisher, FoodieS Magazine
• Guillaume Epinette – Sommelier & Hotelier
• Pierre Lang – Gourmand and member Chaîne des Rôtisseurs Baillage Bali
• Rinrin Marinka – Celebrity Chef
• Corine Tap – President Director PT. Tirta Investama (Danone AQUA)
• Simon Ward – Founder, Bali Food Safari

Restaurants will be segmented and compete in one of three categories: Fine Dining – venues making an illustrious effort in the pursuit of perfection in taste, presentation, creativity, service and table arrangement. Upscale Dining – venues going the extra mile to provide foodies with a smart, conceptual dining in an inviting ambience. Casual Dining – venues that rose above many other establishments, offering relaxed, lively and straightforward food and beverage experiences.

The establishments then will be judged on the following criteria:
50% – Cuisine, based on taste, creativity and execution
20% – Quality of service
20% – Drinks menu or wine list
10% – Interior design or character

Judges will base their decisions on the above criteria. Each judge can only vote for a restaurant if they had eaten at the restaurant in the last 12 months. All visits to the restaurant were made without identifying themselves as part of the jury and without any incentives or endorsements as part of the judging process. The Top 40 Restaurants will be revealed during the Gala Awards Night in November 2018. Restaurant registration is open from now until 31 October 2018. For further information and to register the restaurants, please visit,

Manifestation of “Reflections of You” in Culinary Industry

Reflections of You, a campaign by AQUA Reflections that continuously appreciates Indonesian inspirational figures who dedicate themselves in lifestyle, art, fashion, as well as culinary industry. Working together with FoodieS Magazine allows AQUA Reflections to give appreciation to culinary industry talents who are constantly progressing the industry by raising the quality of their offerings, actively stepping up industry standards, and being able to compete by international standards.

“We are taking a tangible step to show our commitment as AQUA Reflections in contributing to lift–up the standard in quality for Indonesia’s culinary industry through Bali’s Best Eats. In addition, we hope that Bali’s Best Eats will trigger more local culinary talents to keep on progressing and innovating to achieve excellence in the Bali culinary industry”, said Flora Tobing, AQUA Reflections Brand Manager.

About FoodieS Magazine
FoodieS is the premier English-language magazine covering food and beverage in Jakarta, Bali, the rest of Indonesia and beyond, with each edition focused on the day-to-day search for delicious, interesting or new restaurants, showcasing appliances and equipment for the home cook, looking at spirits, and cocktails, profiling chefs and offering coverage of international foodie destinations, and sharing easy-to-do recipes for budding Bourdains. Offering a print readership of 30,000, FoodieS also racks up more than 60,000 digital impressions each month through its online channels.

About AQUA
AQUA, a pioneer of packaged drinking water, was established in 1973. As a manifestation of its vision and commitment to responsible management in social and environmental operations, AQUA is developing the AQUA Lestari initiative, comprising four pillars: water resource protection, CO2 reduction, packaging optimization and plastic waste collection as well as community development and improvement. AQUA is part of the DANONE, one of the world’s largest producers of food and beverage products. In Indonesia, DANONE’s business units cover three main categories: beverages (packaged drinking water, non-carbonated soft drinks and tea RTD), nutrition for early life (Nutricia and Sarihusada), as well as medical nutrition. Danone-AQUA is the first FMCG in Indonesia that is BCorp certified. BCorp is a highest standard on social and environment performance. Sustainability Report of the company can be accessed through . Please send feedback as well as customer comments to AQUA Menyapa 08001588888 (toll free) Facebook SehatAQUA and

About AQUA Reflections
AQUA presents all the benefits of natural goodness in AQUA Reflections, packed in premium glass bottles with exquisite design that reflects a drive for healthy lifestyles amid the dynamics of modern premium life. AQUA’s premium product is packaged in an elegant, 380ml & 750ml glass bottles created by the hands of talented Indonesian designers / artists, AQUA Reflections is a reflection of the modern, dynamic person who continually moves forward in a life balanced by a healthy body. AQUA Reflections comprises AQUA Reflections Still and AQUA Reflections Sparkling.

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Adventures in the Sky: an interactive entertainment, educational activities and tailored parties in the sky to create a young traveler’s dream voyage

  • Parties in the sky with world-renowned party planners
  • The first children-trained cabin crew in private aviation
  • Expert led approach based on data-driven insight and observations

Hong Kong, June 4, 2018 – VistaJet, the first and only global business aviation company, today announced the launch of Adventures in the Sky, the most extensive travelers’ program designed especially for children.

With one in four of VistaJet flights in 2017 having a child on-board*, offering activities dedicated to young travelers is proving increasingly important.

Created for passengers aged one to 16 years old, Adventures in the Sky** will turn VistaJet cabins into playrooms and party venues. Children will be actively engaged with storytelling illustration books, personalized explorer backpacks and family activity hampers, and serviced by children-trained hostesses, offering them special menus and a host of interactive adventures.

Parties in the Sky

At the forefront of Adventures in the Sky is a series of themed parties, created in collaboration with world-renowned event-planners Sharky and George. Each activity is hosted on-board by an expert team, to make young fliers’ time in the air truly memorable.

Alice in the Sky takes children down the rabbit hole and into a magical world where boys and girls can host their own Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, play flamingo croquet and the Contrariwise game.

The Secret Mission trains recruits as secret service agents to unravel an international criminal operation. Guided by an in-flight Spy Chief, new agents will receive Kingsman-inspired training in the art of writing and decrypting code, taking fingerprints, crime scene techniques and secret messaging.

For the young cinephile, Movies in the Sky will include a film crew equipped with camera, editing and green screen equipment to create their own movie from script writing and casting to make-up, acting, filming and special effects. Children can act out their favorite blockbuster or bring new ideas to life.

Adventure Packs

VistaJet has created a series of activity packs. Explorer Backpacks, personalized to the individual child’s age and their travel destination, are designed to be used both on-board and for days afterwards. For the whole family, personalized Activity Hampers will be prepared, full of activities to create together.

To entertain its younger passengers, VistaJet has also created a series of six hand-illustrated sticker-books where children can follow the adventures of protagonists Miloh and Scarlet.

Private Dining

VistaJet’s Private Dining chefs have created a new menu to appeal to children from anywhere in the world and all the dishes provide the healthy requirements their parents expect.

A Child Expert On-Board

With many families traveling with a nanny, VistaJet has taken the unprecedented step to train all its Cabin Hostesses with the prestigious early years education and childcare institute, Norland College. The dedicated training program covers child development and behaviors, understanding family dynamics and recognizing times of need for families when traveling.

VistaJet is the first private aviation company to take these steps to provide the best service for every passenger.

* Identified as children born after June 1, 2001.
** Additional children services are dedicated to VistaJet’s Program members. Prices on application. Services are available from multiple global locations, and in a large number of languages.

About VistaJet

VistaJet is the first and only global aviation company. On its fleet of over 70 silver and red business jets, VistaJet has flown corporations, governments and private clients to 187 countries, covering 96% of the world. Founded in 2004 by Thomas Flohr, the company pioneered an innovative business model where customers have access to an entire fleet whilst paying only for the hours they fly, free of the responsibilities and asset risks linked to aircraft ownership. VistaJet’s signature Program membership offers customers a bespoke subscription of flight hours on its fleet of mid and long-range jets, to fly them anytime, anywhere. Customers can also request Direct one-off flights through the industry’s first end-to-end booking app or a 24/7 global team.

More VistaJet information and news at

About Sharky and George

Sharky & George is a London based children’s events company that specializes in fun for all ages, through awesome games, creative activities and imaginative experiences. The team is made up of inspirational and energetic rock stars who really ‘get’ children and take huge pride in making others happy.

From regularly partying at No.10 Downing Street to entertaining 850 children in the garden of Buckingham Palace, Sharky & George has worked on a broad range of events. Creating private parties in Qatar, Switzerland, New York and throughout Europe, Sharky & George has worked with different cultures, and learned how to best to entertain children from around the globe.

About Norland College

Norland was founded in 1892 by Emily Ward who recognized the need for early years care and education to be formalized. Founded on the motto Love Never Faileth, the college has a child-centered approach to training both its full-time students and in consultancy. Graduates trained at Norland College are employed worldwide as Norland Nannies and Maternity Nurses through their in-house employment agency, Norland Agency.

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Best Western Hotels & Resorts, headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz., is a privately held hotel brand with a global network of 4,200† hotels in more than 100 countries and territories worldwide. Best Western offers seven types of hotels to suit the needs of our guests for any travel occasion: Best Western®, Best Western Plus®, Vīb®, Best Western Premier®, Glō® Executive Residency by Best Western® and BW Premier Collection®.

Best Western’s newest brands, Vīb & Glō provide unique options for today’s travelers. Best Western first announced Vīb (as in vibrant) a chic, hip, urban boutique hotel concept focused on style, technology and guest engagement at the brand’s annual convention in 2014. In 2015, developers broke ground on a Vīb in Chicago, infusing the Chicago neighborhood with energy and sparking economic growth. In addition to the Chicago Vīb, Best Western Hotels & Resorts has Vīb projects under development in Miami, Los Angeles, Staten Island, NY, Springfield, MO, Little Rock, AR, Seoul, South Korea, and Vientiane, Laos and is actively negotiating deals in key U.S. cities including Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, New Orleans, Scottsdale and San Diego.

Glō is a broad-midscale new construction brand that offers a hip, boutique-style experience for savvy travelers who expect the best in value, design and comfort. As the name implies, the brand glows in many ways. GLō’s architecture and design have elements that speak to the name with the use of signature LED elements. LED lighting is articulated on the side of the building and in the glowing blue scarf, providing an unmistakable beacon at night, while the “Lite Brite” wall greets guests' outside and extends inside behind the glowing welcome desk. During the day, the alternating blue and gold window panes bring the building to life.

  • Best Western Hotels & Resorts Recognized for Excellence
  • Best Western Ranked Number One Midscale Hotel, 2014 Business Travel News® Chain Survey. 
  • Best Western Plus Ranked Number One Upper Midscale Hotel, 2014 & 2015 Business Travel News Chain Survey. 
  • Best Western Named AAA®/CAA® Partner of the Year since 2008. 
  • Named Best Hotel Website by Compuware 2011-2015. 
  • Best Western Named Genius In Digital Know - How by L2 Hotels Digital Index. 
  • Best Western Rewards® Voted Top Three Best Hotel Loyalty Program by U.S. News & World Report and J.D. Power & Associates. 

For the second year in a row, Best Western Hotels & Resorts’s guest loyalty program, Best Western Rewards, brought home top honors at Loyalty360’s annual Loyalty Expo in Orlando. Best Western Rewards earned the North American 360-Degree Platinum Award and an additional platinum award for Best Customer Insight in Loyalty Marketing. BWI also won gold awards in the categories of Best Creative Campaign and Best Use of Technology and Trends in Loyalty Marketing.

Best Western Rewards received American Express® Loyalty Award for Excellence in 2014.

More than 1,800 Best Western hotels globally received TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence awards in 2015.


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Now celebrating 70 years of hospitality, Best Western’s worldwide family of hotels offers accommodations for all types of travelers. Whether traveling for business, planning an affordable family vacation or looking for luxurious destinations, Best Western has a hotel for you.

Best Western Rewards, the brand’s award-winning loyalty program, boasts more than 25 million members. It is one of the few such programs in which members earn points that never expire and can be redeemed at any Best Western hotel worldwide. Best Western Rewards has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report and J.D. Power & Associates as one of the top three hotel loyalty programs. To sign up to be a Best Western Rewards member please visit Bestwestern.Com.

Best Western is committed to providing superior customer care at all Best Western hotels. Our hoteliers’ dedication to caring for their guests is reflected in the fact that globally Best Western set new records in 2015 for the number of hotels that received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. More than 1,800 Best Western hotels globally received TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence awards, a 13 percent increase over last year. In North America, 1,161 of Best Western properties received a Certificate of Excellence. This includes 1,051 Best Western hotels in the U.S. and 110 hotels in Canada. Overall, the number of the brand’s North American hotels receiving awards represents a 12 percent increase over last year’s total and a 32 percent increase over 2013.

Best Western partners with organizations that share our values and commitment to providing an excellent customer experience. The brand’s partnerships with AAA/CAA, Minor League Baseball, and Harley-Davidson® highlight just a few of the ways we provide travelers with exciting ways to interact with Best Western.

At Best Western, we are a leader in pet-friendly travel with more than 1,600 pet-friendly hotels across North America. Working with Cesar Milan, Best Western provides tips to make travel easier for you and your pet.


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Enhance your guests' experience with a phone systems perfectly suited to hotels

Smart Communications for SMBs
The UNIVERGE® SV9100 platform is a new system, with new handsets and new applications to empower your workforce. Built on the back of the award winning SV8100 technology, the SV9100 provides double the system capacity, yet remains cost effective from 10 to over 800 users.

Serving the Hospitality Industry with Advanced IP and Analog Telephony Solutions Worldwide
AEi brings cutting-edge telephony solutions to the most prestigious hotels and resorts worldwide. Our feature rich telephones exceed the expectations of the most demanding hoteliers with high quality, impeccable workmanship and stylish products. At AEi your satisfaction is our priority

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