24/7 Support number 1-602-870-6929

Please Wait While We Are Searching Best Rooms For You...

x

BEST WESTERN InnSuites Yuma Mall Hotel & Suites


BEST WESTERN InnSuites Yuma Hotel & Suites offers special group rates and discounts

To set up a rate agreement, please call our Sales Department at 928.783.8341.

We look forward to serving you.

BEST WESTERN InnSuites Yuma Hotel & Suites are proud supporters of Government and Military and offer special government rates and discounts.

When making your reservation or upon arrival, please ask for the State or Federal Per Diem rate and show your ID.

We look forward to serving you.

BEST WESTERN InnSuites Yuma Hotel & Suites offers special corporate rates and discounts.

For additional savings, please call our Sales Department at 928.783.8341 to set up a Locally Negotiated Contract (LNC) rate agreement.

We look forward to serving you.

Yuma is a leading destination for companies in the following industries:

Food Technology
Military and Defense Testing
Industrial Manufacturing
Logistics and Distribution
Renewable Energy
Twin Plant/Maquila Operations

Reasons Companies Love Yuma:
Located near the junction of California, Arizona, and Mexico, Yuma is a natural transportation hub with over 50 million consumers within a one day truck haul via Interstate 8 or US 95 both of which run directly through Yuma County. Some of the major advantages for business in Yuma:
• Low cost labor rates
• Quick Access to Key Markets
• Significantly lower utility rates than California or Nevada

companies_500_miles_radius

Military

BEST WESTERN InnSuites is proud to serve those that serve. Yuma County is home to two premier military installations, Marine Corps Air Station Yuma and U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground. The military is the second largest contributor to the local economy after agriculture.

MCAS:
The busiest air station in the Marine Corps, MCAS Yuma supports 80 percent of the Corps’ air-to-ground aviation training because of its access to 2.8 million acres of training ranges and superb flying weather. Each year, approximately 100 aviation units deploy here for training, bringing about 14,000 personnel and 600 aircraft to Yuma for periods lasting from a few days to seven weeks. The annual Yuma Air Show at the air station is one of the community’s most popular events. See www.yumaairshow.com for updated info on show date, features.

YPG:
Yuma County’s largest single civilian employer, Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) traces its history to World War II.
At 1,300 square miles, YPG today is one of the world’s largest military installations, hosting up to 100 tests simultaneously. Every year, YPG hosts more than 17,000 visitors, tens of thousands of artillery, mortar and missile rounds are fired, 36,000 parachute drops take place, over 130,000 test miles are driven, and nearly 4000 air sorties are flown.
YPG is also home to the Military Freefall School, a joint forces training school covering all aspects of military parachuting. Through a joint-use agreement with General Motors, a new hot-weather test track complex opened at YPG in 2009. The U.S. Air Force operates a helium-filled aerostat balloon in YPG airspace, part of a radar “fence” guarding against planes smuggling drugs across the border.

Armed Forces Park
281 S. Gila Street
Yuma, AZ
The Park, dedicated in December 2000, is sponsored by the Military Affairs Committee of the Yuma County Chamber of Commerce. The only park of its type in Arizona, it has been designed to honor all military veterans, living or deceased, from all branches of service.

Marine Corps Air Station Yuma
Avenue 3E south of 32nd St.
Yuma, AZ
(928) 269-2275 or (928) 269-5590
MCAS Yuma, which shares runways and other facilities with the Yuma International Airport, is the busiest air field in the Marine Corps and the third-busiest in the U.S. Navy. To sign up for a regular tour (second Tuesday of the month November, January and March), call the number above.

Yuma Proving Ground Heritage Center
Yuma Proving Ground
(928) 328-3394
The Army opened the Yuma Test Branch in 1943 because the Colorado River’s flow could be controlled, making this an ideal location to try out bridging equipment. This museum also has exhibits on General George S. Patton’s Desert Training Center and recently became the permanent home of an exhibit about the Holocaust. Open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., admission free. Entrance onto the base requires a picture ID, vehicle registration and proof of insurance. Take Highway 95 north to “big guns,” turn left to Main Post entrance on right.