Best Western Center Pointe Inn Reopens
Myer Hotels, Branson’s Award-Winning Hotel Company, is pleased to announce that the Best Western Center Pointe Inn has reopened better then ever since the February 29 tornado damage.
The Best Western Center Pointe Inn located on Highway 76 next to the Titanic Museum received moderate damage to one building and light impairment to two other buildings. This is one of the first hotels to reopen that was harmed during the storm. “We are excited about the enhancements of the hotel,” said Chris Myer, Vice President of Marketing for Myer Hotels. “ Nobody likes to go through a disaster but this has allowed us to do some things we wouldn’t have been able to do otherwise. The hotel will have a much more upscale and modern feel to it. Guests will immediately notice the new copper roofing.”
The cleanup process and assessment began immediately after the tornado. “Local contractor G. Oney and Associates has done an excellent job helping us open as soon as possible. We are also thankful for the Fireman Fund Insurance Company for their responsive and cooperative approach. Our staff also stepped up during this time, as we were able to keep them employed during the clean-up and rebuilding process,” said Gail Myer, Vice President of Operations.
Prior to reopening it was important from a service standpoint that hotel services be available for guests. All amenities are open and available including indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs. The property will continue a phased reopening of some rooms as they continue work on a portion of the rooms. “In many ways this will be like a brand new hotel when we are completely finished,” said Myer.
The Best Western Center Pointe Inn has long been a favorite of Branson visitors due to its outstanding location right in the heart of Branson’s entertainment and excellent service. You can visit Myer Hotels at www.myerhotels.com.