This is that generic question that pops up again and again, and the answer is that there isn't one.
There is no "best web hosting", there is only the "best web hosting for what you need".
Do you need a specific server or database server, does the geographic location matter, are you more interested in performance or price, are you going to need support or happy to administer things yourself, do you care about the environmental sustainability of the datacentre, do you need small shared hosting or a dedicated server for huge traffic, what about data privacy?
Answer those questions and then look for a host that fits with what you need, and if you aren't sure if they do then reach out and ask them. Their replies will go a long way towards deciding if they are the "best" for you and your sites.
There is no "best hosting provider".
You can follow these points while you are choosing the best hosting company for YOUR NEEDS:
-Check the web host’s server uptime record
-Check if they offer multiple add-on domains
-Ask about the company’s refund policy.
-Find out what a basic contract offers.
-Check for specialty features.
-Always check the reviews
Looks for the features you need, such a cPanel, Litespeed, etc
Look at reviews, and ask questions if you can't find immediate answers on the website.
Do not buy on price alone, you are asking for trouble as the host may have to heavily oversell to keep prices very low.
Just can answer this question if you know what you need. Best/Good HP depends on which features you are expecting from the hosting provider. Look for stability, reliability by reviews, company refund guarantee policy, testing by using free trial offered to check the scalability, performance, usability whether meet your need, etc