I suggest you look up the bigger server hosting companies. Loads of people recommend their own host as the best one, as they have never used anything else.
HC-Servers: Quick and nice support. Owner is friendly, responds within a few minutes during the day (6am - midnight EU time), servers run smoothly. I do recommend.
PlugPayPlay: Bad support, slow servers. Prices are incredibly low, which is a result of overcrowding servers (otherwise they’d end up making debts rather than profit). I do not recommend.
NitrousNetworks: Bad support, don’t know what they are doing. Had an FTP issue, took them a week to resolve the issue. No response in meanwhile or status updates. Guys don’t know what they are doing so they rely on answers they get on other forums to resolve their own problems.
NFOServers: Quick support, extremely powerful network. Prices are quite decent, they recently started hosting in Frankfurt, Germany rather than US only. I do recommend.
ElpisHost: Had a dedicated server here. I can’t remember why we moved out, but I believe the guy I worked with thought the owner was stealing stuff from other communities. I’d still recommend, I guess.
LimestoneNetworks: Quite powerful servers. Prices are decent. Their panel used to be really good, but they did not offer DDoS protection (read: mitigation). Also great support, pay $5 to get your issues resolved by professionals. I do recommend
Intreppid (formerly known as Staminus): Great servers, however, really pricy DDoS protection (where as NFO offers it for free). 20 Gbps / 8 mpps mitigation costs $317. Had no problems other than the price with this one.
NFOServers: Had one virtual dedicated server at some point. After that I moved on to ElpisHost. I had several performance issues, but as far as I know, there are no problems at all (could aswell have been my own set up that caused the bad performance).