And when we asked why tour operators choose to do business with them, here’s what they said:
Hampton Inn Durango
"The Hampton Inn Durango “rocks” groups. We welcome you with a smile, expedited check-in, priority luggage handling and a list of amenities to make your stay feel just like home. And, don’t forget the freshly baked cookies at check in! One complimentary room for every 20 booked."
— Maria McGinley
Hampton Inn Durango | Durango, Colorado | hamptoninn.com
Hotel Zephyr at Fisherman's Wharf
"As the newest boutique hotel on Fisherman's Wharf, Hotel Zephyr is the ideal location for your San Francisco stopover. Opened in summer 2015, the 361 room waterfront property presents a playful, maritime twist on the energetic and upscale vibe that defines San Francisco."
— Tony Swiecichowski
Hotel Zephyr at Fisherman's Wharf | San Francisco, California | hotelzephyrsf.com
Lord Elgin Hotel
“The Lord Elgin is a well-oiled machine that has hosting motorcoach groups down to a science because we have been doing it for 76 years. We offer special menus, buffets or boxed breakfasts for early departures, as well as complimentary on-site parking for up to four motorcoaches.”
— Amber Van Der Hoeven
Lord Elgin Hotel | Ottawa, Ontario | lordelgin.ca
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
"With more than 150,000 square feet of gaming space, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino provides nonstop entertainment for more than 6 million guests annually. Add in luxury accommodations, free parking, award-winning dining, bars, and live music and it’s easy to see why Potawatomi is a top tour destination in the Midwest!"
— Lisa Pederson
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino | Milwaukee, Wisconsin | paysbig.com
"Tour operators stay at the Strater Hotel for a historic experience that can’t be found anywhere else. The Strater Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Durango and with 93 unique rooms and three dining options on site, everything they could want is at their fingertips."
— Tori Ossola
Strater Hotel | Durango, Colorado | strater.com
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