Achievers & Accolades

Spring Lake Sleep Inn & Suites recognized as “Best of the Inspected”

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago

AAA Travel has named Sleep Inn & Suites of Spring Lake, NC a recipient of their 2023,

“Best of the Inspected,” award.

Every AAA inspected hotel must meet the expected standard of cleanliness and condition, but to qualify for the “Best of the Inspected” the hotel must receive the highest cleanliness and condition scores. Sleep Inn & Suites exceeded expectations, as measured during a comprehensive onsite inspection.

“Cleanliness and physical condition are among the most important components for our guest’s

comfort,” said owner William S. Wellons, Jr. in a press release. “I’m proud that every team member is committed to clean rooms and excellent guest service.”

The Inspector’s “Best of the Inspected,” signifies that Sleep Inn & Suites ranks in the top 25 percent of all AAA inspected hotels in North America.

Sleep Inn & Suites is owned by Wellons Companies of Spring Lake, NC and is managed by PWP Hospitality Group of Myrtle Beach, SC.

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