TAHOE CITY, Calif. - The Americas Best Value Inn, located at 455 North Lake Blvd. in Tahoe City, received a prestigious "500 Club" award at Vantage Hospitality Group's 13th annual International Educational Conference & Trade Show in Las Vegas. This is the fourth year in a row that the Tahoe City hotel has received this award.The "500 Club" award is presented each year to Americas Best Value Inn and Canadas Best Value Inn hotels that achieve a perfect score in their quality assurance inspection. This includes receiving excellent quality ratings in housekeeping, maintenance, appearance, life safety issues, lobby and marketing. Promoting and encompassing the brand's reputation of providing guests with friendly, personalized service and exceptional quality at an outstanding value is also taken into consideration."I would like to commend all of the hotels that received a '500 Club' award this year. It's a credit to every member on staff, from the general manager to the housekeepers, that their dedication, hard work and superior customer service resulted in a perfect rating," said Roger Bloss, president and CEO of Vantage Hospitality, which is the parent company of Americas Best Value Inn and Canadas Best Value Inn.A family of more than 1,000 inns, hotels, and suites located throughout North America, Americas Best Value Inn/Canadas Best Value Inn offers guests hometown comfort, quality and service at an exceptional value. Convenient locations and a variety of accommodations make ABVI and CBVI ideal for the leisure and business traveler. Guests enjoy free high-speed Internet, HBO and continental breakfast at most locations and are encouraged to join the free Value Club to receive instant savings and upgrades. Visit www.AmericasBestValueInn.com or call 888-315-2378 for reservations and locations.
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