Quality Inn & Suites in Rimbey. Photo Submitted

Quality Inn & Suites in Rimbey. Photo Submitted

Rimbey hotel gets new lease on life

The Quality Inn & Suites in Rimbey is now open and taking bookings

A new name and new owners has given a Rimbey hotel a new lease on life.

The Quality Inn & Suites in Rimbey, formerly Rimbey Ridge Hotel & Suites, is a 60-room, pet-friendly hotel located at 5501 50 Ave.

Elaa Aki, co-owner of Quality Inn & Suites in Rimbey, says the joined the “Quality brand” because it is well recognized and respected throughout Canada.

“We know our guests will benefit from the strong reservation system, as well as the award-winning loyalty program. We look forward to welcoming them this year and beyond,” Aki said.

The hotel has a variety of guest rooms, all fully accessible, with a number of amenities including free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, microwaves, flat-screen TVs and free breakfast.

The hotel features a large heated indoor pool with waterslide, hot tub and sauna.

The hotel recommends asking about available amenities as COVID-19 health safety measure may change availability at the time of booking.

“We are delighted to welcome another Quality hotel to Western Canada,” says Juan Duran, Franchise Development Director at Choice Hotels Canada. “Guests can be assured they will experience the very best the brand has to offer at our new Rimbey property.”

The Quality Inn & Suites in Rimbey is the 98th property under the Quality banner.

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