Canyonlands Inn receives quality award
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The Best Western Canyonlands Inn in Moab has received the Best Western Chairman’s Award, the hotel chain’s highest honor for outstanding quality standards, a news release from the hotel chain announced last week.

The award is given to Best Western hotels that score in the top five percent among all 2,400 North American properties in terms of cleanliness and maintenance. Hotels must also meet Best Western’s requirements for design and customer service scores to qualify.

“Receiving the Chairman’s Award from Best Western is a tremendous honor,” said Zach Bynum, the Moab motel’s general manager. “This award demonstrates the Best Western Canyonlands Inn management’s commitment to providing quality accommodations for our guests. Our housekeeping and maintenance departments have worked hard to achieve this level of excellence.”

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