October 18, 2012
Branson, Mo. - Myer Hotels, Branson’s Award-Winning Hotels Company, is pleased to announce that the Best Western Center Pointe Inn has completely reopened after the Feb. 29th 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 damage to two other buildings. The hotel was one of the first hotels to reopen that received damage during the storm with half of the hotel opening the first part of June. The second phase of the hotel, which included a comprehensive remodel of the interior corridor rooms commonly called Building C, recently reopened.
“We are excited about the enhancements of the hotel,” said Chris Myer, vice president of marketing for Myer Hotels. “We believe our new rooms are some of the most outstanding rooms in Branson. We were also able to upgrade most of public amenity areas of the hotel as well. It’s like a new hotel. The guests are going to love it.”
“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,” said Gail Myer, vice president of Operations. “We were able to keep our staff employed and they helped in the clean up and rebuilding process. We appreciate their hard work.”
The Best Western Center Pointe Inn has long been a favourite of Branson visitors due to its outstanding location right in the heart of Branson’s entertainment and excellent service. The hotel features a 164 rooms, indoor pool, outdoor pool, two hot tubs, and many other amenities. It is a Director’s Award-Winner from Best Western. You can visit Myer Hotels at www.myerhotels.com.
Chris Myer, CHA
VP of Marketing