The new Residence Inn by Marriott Pensacola Airport/Medical Center, scheduled to open late summer 2018, will be Highpointe Hotel Corporation’s fourth entry into the airport area, and sixth hotel in the Pensacola marketplace. The Residence Inn will be a five story interior corridor hotel featuring 86 spacious suites and 400 square feet of meeting space. Amenities will include an outdoor pool along with a barbeque and fire pit, exercise facility, convenient 24-hour market, dry cleaning and on-site laundry, business center services, complimentary Paul Mitchell products and free grocery delivery. Complimentary hot breakfast is served daily, and guests will enjoy The Residence Inn Mix, an evening social providing an ideal setting for mingling with colleagues and other guests, including tasteful food and beverage options. The hotel will offer spacious studio, and one-bedroom suites, fully-equipped in-suite kitchens with full-sized refrigerator, stove, microwave and coffeemaker, and free Wi-Fi in all suites and lobby. Residence Inn is a pet-friendly hotel brand (additional fees may apply).
“The Residence Inn will provide another excellent lodging alternative in the airport corridor which will appeal to corporate and leisure travelers alike, with all the standards and service levels our customer base expects from Marriott”, says Christy Manderson, Regional Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
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