A Comparison of Extended Stay Hotels in Fayetteville, NC
by Heather Wright | Published July 31, 2016
Fayetteville, NC lives and breathes history- evident in its period architecture, cobblestone streets and quiet civic pride that envelopes this city. The area is also home to Fort Bragg, a formative center in the American military- past present and future.
As anyone who’s been on the road for an extended period of time will tell you, there is nothing better than being able to eat a home-cooked meal. Kitchen facilities in extended stay hotels let you do just that. Often extended stay hotels are fashioned after a residence style, with separate living and working areas and include laundry facilities. As far as extended stay hotels go in Fayetteville, NC, TravelMag has put together a comparison for your reference.
Extended Stay America Fayetteville Cross Creek
From: $79/ night
While all long term travelers appreciate the comforts of home, business travelers will really like the host of business-friendly features at the affordable Extended Stay America Fayetteville Cross Creek. Not only do rooms come well equipped with full kitchens so that you can savour home cooking even though you’re not at home, there is Wi-Fi and onsite meeting rooms. There is even a complimentary wireless printer available for your use in the lobby. Some nice extra perks include a coin-operated laundry room, an outdoor pool (open seasonally) as well as a fitness center. Late for your meeting? Not to worry. This hotel supplies you with a grab and go breakfast to bring on your way out the door. This hotel is well situated near the All American Expressway, making for an easy commute. It’s also conveniently located to a wide variety of well-known suburban shops and chain restaurants.
When traveling on a budget, every dollar counts, so it is nice option to be able to prepare your own food to shave down food costs. That is one of the budget-friendly perks made available with the full kitchens in every room at the Extended Stay American Owen Dr. Rooms are spacious and well-maintained. Kitchens are stocked with everything you need to whip up your home-style favorites right there. There is also a coin-operated laundry (very handy, if you are away from home for a long period). The room rate includes a grab and go breakfast as well. This hotel is in suburban locale, within walking distance to Cape Fear Medical Center, so is a good choice for patient’s families or for business travelers with meetings at the medical campus. There is also a good selection of familiar restaurants and shops where you can grab your necessities within walking distance.
The Residence Inn Fayetteville Cross Creek is one of the closest extended stay hotels to the base at Fort Bragg and is a convenient stay option for anyone needing to be in close proximity. It’s also popular with business travelers, as it is nearby a host of offices, including DuPont, Eaton, General Dynamics, Goodyear, AT&T, and Cape Fear Valley Hospital. These rooms are spacious and have recently been renovated, and now feature thoughtful layouts (studio, one or two bedrooms) and contemporary décor. In addition to a fully stocked kitchen, travelers will appreciate a creature comfort of home: an HDTV in the living room. Guests get hot breakfast included with their room rate (which is at the higher end of the spectrum) and are also invited to a free evening cocktail hour. Other nice onsite extras include a BBQ area, pool, whirlpool and fitness center. This hotel is also within walking distance to Cross Creek Mall, with its wide variety of retailers.
The feeling of “home” is one of those intangible things, but doesn’t it have a lot to do with comfort? Rooms at the Candlewood Suites Fayetteville North include overstuffed recliners in which to get comfy at the end of the day. Rooms feature full kitchens, as well as separate work, sleep and eating areas. Business travelers will appreciate the extra space, as well as the executive desk with speaker phones and internet access. This hotel, though slightly more expensive, is still in the moderate price range. Some bonus features include the Candlewood Cupboard (where guests can help themselves to food necessities, on an honor basis) and the Lending Locker, where guests can borrow any items they need to make their stay complete. There is also a fitness center and a fancy gazebo grill where you can host your own cookout (even if it is for one). While getting around is undeniably easier with a car, there are loads of shopping, dining and entertainment options within walking distance.
They want you to feel at home at Home2Suites Fayetteville, which is why they set their rooms up for you to be able to configure them how you like- with moveable furniture. This hotel features sleek, contemporary design- from the finishes in the studio and one bedroom rooms to the restaurants and common areas. Less than ten miles to Fort Bragg, and well-located to a number of major corporate centers, this hotel is a popular home base with a variety of travelers. Onsite laundry, a gym, free breakfast, a saline outdoor pool and walking and jogging trails nearby provide variety and convenience for those on longer term trips. When you do wander offsite, there are a good selection of bars, shops and restaurants within walking distance. It’s also close to attractions like Airborne & Special Operations Museum and ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop. Guests can expect a moderate to slightly higher room rate at this hotel.
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