Hotel Quality Inn Beckley Descripción

In the winter, visitors can ski the challenging mountain slopes of Winterplace ski area. In the summer, tourists enjoy white-water rafting on the New River. No trip is complete without viewing the breathtaking New River Gorge Bridge, the world's largest single-arch steel span bridge.Business travelers will appreciate conveniences like voice mail, multiple telephone lines, work desks and access to fax and copy services. The available meeting room accommodates up to 20 people. All spacious guest rooms feature coffee makers, irons, ironing boards, hair dryers and cable television. In addition to standard amenities, some rooms feature microwaves, refrigerators and whirlpool bathtubs. Smoking rooms are available.

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Servicios

Hotel

  • Acceso a Internet inalámbrico
  • Parking/garaje
  • Servicio despertador

Habitación

  • Aire acondicionado
  • Baño
  • Caja de seguridad
  • Escritorio
  • Fax
  • Nevera
  • Plancha
  • Radio
  • Secador
  • TV
  • TV satélite
  • Teléfono

Información útil

Información tasas

La tarifa no incluye tasas locales, suplementos ni otros cargos adicionales que el hotel te pueda cobrar; porque los deberás pagar directamente en el destino. A menos de que el hotel indique lo contrario.

Cómo llegar

19 kms to the airport (raleigh county memorial airport)

The Quality Inn hotel is conveniently located just one mile from Raleigh General Hospital. This Beckley, WV hotel is near popular points of interest, including Lake Stephens, New River Gorge National River and Crossroads Mall shopping center. The hotel is also close to the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center, a meeting, convention and event facility. The Beckley Raleigh County Memorial Airport is 12 miles away. Tamarack, less than five minutes from the hotel, is a one-stop-shop for West Virginia culture, heritage, handcrafts, fine art, regional cuisine and music. At the nearby Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine, visitors can travel underground to see a realistic look at coal mining as it was at the turn of the 19th century.

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