Extended Stay Hotels are Providing More Comfort at Lower Prices for Travelers

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You may not need to throw the leftovers away or sit in the lobby to find a comfortable couch and internet service. Extended stay hotels are more common and more affordable for everyone these days.

Are you a modern day road warrior or just the occasional traveler who wants a few comforts of home? Perhaps you want to save some money and stock your own food and drinks while attending that conference. Maybe you are part of a family who needs to stretch the vacation budget without signing charge receipts or leaving tips for every hunger pain.

One option while traveling would be to look into the growing variations of extended stay hotels. Brands such as Extended Stay America, Homestead and many others are offering higher value for travelers. Facilities that once were only found in suites at high end hotels and resorts are now offered at a bargain price.

Extended stay lodging is now more accessible in all-suite hotels, corporate serviced apartments and limited service hotels. They have built-in kitchen facilities and a residential atmosphere. They often include groceries by providing a small convenience store on property like Summerfield Suites by Wyndham has in most of their hotels. Some others even have social hours and barbeques to make some new friends or do a little extra networking.

Instead of being confined to a month's lease or a weekly rental in a rundown motel, you can find these extended stay hotels across the country in mostly new and convenient locations. Marriott is a leader with Residence Inn, Towneplace Suites, SpringHill Suites and ExecuStay brands. They appeal to a variety of levels and price classes.

"We are seeing more and more business travelers use these types of lodging. We have built out a separate directory for extended stay hotels to make it easier to pick them out of the listings as well," says Adam Longfellow of AllStays.com. (http://www.allstays.com/Extended-Stays/extendedstays.htm) "They are great for smaller companies or business owners who are more concerned with their bottom line these days. Or anyone who just doesn't want to eat out repeatedly during a week. They can buy their own food and drinks at a grocery store or throw the restaurant leftovers in the fridge in the kitchen. Plus many of the extended stay hotels have free high speed internet with a workspace. All at a much lower price than a nice hotel."

The upper level extended stay hotels may even do the grocery shopping for you. Homewood Suites by Hilton offers this service. Other upper level extended stay hotels include Residence Inns and the Summerfield Suites by Wyndham. Midrange brands include Mainstay Suites, Candlewood, Sierra Suites, Staybridge Suites and TownePlace Suites. The economy tier and probably most widespread has Extended Stay America, Homestead Village and Suburban Lodge.

You can stay more comfortably for a longer time at almost any price range you'd like. Even Ritz-Carlton is adding more extended stay hotel suites. You don't have to be a business person or frequent traveler. You just may want to be more comfortable in a room while you are there.

AllStays.com, online since 2000 and based in Arizona (US), lists all kinds of lodging, from primitive campgrounds and RV Parks to luxury and haunted hotels and spa resorts. AllStays also links directly to official websites to make sure you have the real scoop on the latest and most accurate information.

Research, Browse, and book online to stay anywhere on Earth. http://www.allstays.com


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