Residence Inn by Marriott

Brand Profile:   In 1975, Residence Inn introduced the term “extended-stay” when the first Residence Inn opened in Wichita, KS to serve the needs of business travelers seeking apartment-style accommodations for their longer stays. In 1987, Marriott International purchased the 96-property Residence Inn Corporation and developed Residence Inn by Marriott into the largest extended-stay hotel brand to date.

Residence Inn is designed with extended stay business traveler’s top of mind. The Residence Inn model helps these unique guests Thrive, so they can Live better on Long Stays.

Residence Inn helps guests maximize their time and keep all aspects of their life in balance through connectivity to home and office; health and fitness options and comfortable zones to work or relax. During their stay, guests also enjoy the comforts of the modern home, including upscale design and style as well as spacious suites that feature full kitchens and separate living and sleeping areas, so long trips don’t feel stressful. Residence Inn also accepts pets.

Locations:  There are currently more than 700 all-suite properties in the United States; Canada; Europe; the Middle East and Central America.

Price Tier Category:  Residence Inn is in the upper moderate extended stay price tie

Stretch Out and Unwind – Every Room is a Suite
Hotels offers spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites to suit every guest’s needs
Cozy lobbies provide optimal comfort outside of guest suites
Hit the treadmill, elliptical machines or weights in on-site fitness centers
Pool access and heated whirlpools provided at most locations
The Residence Inn Mix allows guests to unwind on Monday through Wednesday evenings. Guest can mingle with others over a premium brew and a taste of local flavors.
Flat screen television with cable

Work Smart
Free Wi-Fi throughout hotel
Business services such as copying, faxing and printing, available onsite
Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel

Sleep Tight
Enjoy the comfort of separate living, working, eating and sleeping areas in every suite
Sink into luxurious bedding, including plush mattresses, crisp linens, custom comforters and piles of pillows

Eat Right
Start every day off right with a complimentary hot breakfast filled with healthy and indulgent choices
Whip up your favorite meals in your own full-sized, fully-equipped kitchen including cooking utensils, flatware and china as well as a full-size refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave, dishwasher and cooktop (ovens also available in select locations)
Enjoy the convenience of free grocery delivery in your extended stay hotel
Get a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry

Hotel Features: Get Lower Rates for Long Stays

The longer you stay, the less you’ll pay per night at Residence Inn

Marriott Rewards®: Marriott Rewards is Marriott International’s award-winning loyalty program spanning 16 brands and over 4,000 properties worldwide. Marriott Rewards is free to join and has no blackout dates and members can earn and redeem points at Marriott International properties around the world and at Marriott Rewards exclusive luxury partner The Ritz-Carlton®.  Members can also redeem points for frequent flyer miles, cruises, car rentals, merchandise and more. By making rewards accessible with a modern, easy approach, Marriott Rewards continues to be a leader in the industry. Marriott Rewards has won the Freddie Award for “Best Hotel Rewards Program in the Americas” for the last eight years and is a two-time winner of the Frequent Travel Award for “Best Hotel Rewards Program.” In addition, the program has been named best hotel rewards program by the readers of U.S. News & World Report,, Business Traveler, Global Traveler, Executive Travel and BusinessWeek magazines. To enroll and for more information about Marriott Rewards, guests can visit

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Key Brand Executive: Diane Mayer, Vice President and Global Brand Manager, Residence Inn

Deanna J. Williams
Marriott International


Last updated: February 17, 2016