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Featured Dorset Best Western Hotels

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Best Western Weymouth Hotel Rembrandt

Best Western Weymouth Hotel Rembrandt

Dorchester Road, Weymouth
3.0 out of 5.0
3.9 out of 5 (253 reviews)
Simple and clean Stayed for one night for a friends event. Arrived later than expected but managed to order room ser … - 

£50

£50
Best Western Wessex Royale Hotel

Best Western Wessex Royale Hotel

32 High West Street, Dorchester
3.0 out of 5.0
4.2 out of 5 (143 reviews)
Friendly and comfortable hotel in city centre Friendly and easy check-in. Nice room and a good standard. Better than expected for a town-centre h … - 

£48

£48
Best Western Shaftesbury The Royal Chase Hotel

Best Western Shaftesbury The Royal Chase Hotel

Royal Chase Roundabout, Shaftesbury
3.0 out of 5.0
3.9 out of 5 (68 reviews)
We enjoyed our stay and will come again next year. - 

£60

£60
Best Western Dorset Oborne The Grange Hotel

Best Western Dorset Oborne The Grange Hotel

Oborne, Sherborne
3.0 out of 5.0
4.6 out of 5 (69 reviews)
Quiet.relaxing Splendid service.spotless.good food .very friendly. - 

£64

£64
Best Western Kings Arms Hotel

Best Western Kings Arms Hotel

30 High East Street, Dorchester
3.0 out of 5.0
4.1 out of 5 (11 reviews)
Only one night, but it was very pleasant. We spent one night at the King's. We arrived several hours before check-in and were told that the c … - 
Best Western Waterford Lodge

Best Western Waterford Lodge

87 BURE LANE,, CHRISTCHURCH
3.0 out of 5.0
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Pocket Guide: Best Western Hotels in Dorset

While Best Western might be one of the biggest hotel brands in the UK, it is entirely committed to preserving the personality of each and every hotel that represents it. Unlike other hotel brands, the company only lends its name to hotels that are independently run, offering hotels that are unique and an experience that is anything but run-of-the-mill. There is a growing number of Best Western hotels in Dorset, ranging from characterful country inns to sprawling lodges and manor houses.

Best Western Hotels in Dorset

Although each Best Western hotel might be different to the next, they are all united by the commitment to provide the best service and accommodation around. In addition, Best Western is a company committed to environmental responsibility; ideal for those who want to watch their carbon footprint, even on their downtime. Best Western members are encouraged to join the Green Tourism business scheme and uphold all the values that come with it. As part of this, you'll find that the majority of Best Western hotels in Dorset source the food for their restaurants from local suppliers or, in some cases, even grow their own!

The Best Western Ethos in Action

The Best Western Hotel Royale, in Bournemouth, is a great example of the company's ethos being put into practice. An eco-friendly hotel, it has 65 rooms, each decorated in crisp, contemporary colours. The hotel's restaurant, the Aqua Brasserie, sources only local produce with which to create delicious dishes to serve to hungry diners. The Best Western The Grange At Oborne is another excellent hotel, offering serene surroundings and 18 individually-decorated rooms. Set in a 200 year-old building, it practically crackles with character and is far from generic as you could wish for.

Decidedly Different Hotels

Hotels that fall under the Best Western umbrella tend to be favoured by those who want an assurance of standards and quality, whilst being able to enjoy accommodation that is decidedly different from other hotels. As they come in a variety of shapes and sizes, Best Western hotels are used by everyone from businessmen and families to couples looking to steal some romantic time together.

Dorset is a beautiful county and booking a room in a Best Western hotel means that you are staying in accommodation dedicated to ensuring that Dorset remains that way.