Standard FAQs (11)
The best way to schedule your stay is to call the location and talk to the manager. They know best what is available and will do everything possible to make sure you have a suite available when you arrive.
When a guest checks in, we do not ask for a lease or even an exact time when they are leaving. You are welcome to stay as long as you like. (We do require a three day notice before leaving, though.) Our managers are well trained and experienced at making sure you have an Affordable Corporate Suite ready when you need it.
Unfortunately we do NOT allow pets at our locations. In order to maintain an exceptionally clean and healthy environment in our rooms and on our properties, we have decided that is best not to allow pets.
No. Our entire company is a smoke-free facility. We do provide ample ashtrays outside.
We appreciate the need to stay in shape. However, a hallmark of our business is keeping our rates affordable, we do not offer luxuries such as a work-out room or a continental breakfast. Each manager, however, can direct you to local gyms and restaurants.
Plus, each suite has full sized appliances in the fully furnished kitchen. So you can make your own breakfast… or a Thanksgiving dinner!
Exactly that… we provide most of the things you will need while away from home. The living room has a large TV with a DVD player. The kitchen has pots and pans, silverware and cooking utensils, plates and glasses, a full-sized stove and refrigerator (not a little dorm-sized ‘fridge) and a microwave.
The bathroom has towels, washcloths and bath mats.
The bedroom has a separate TV, queen-sized bed with all linens and pillows, alarm clock, iron and ironing board.
So, bring your clothes and food and you are set!
All suites are equipped with one queen-sized bed. Two adults can stay in a suite. Several of our rooms do have a sleeper sofa; however, these rooms are still set up for just two adults.
Two adults. Each suite is equipped with one queen-sized bed that will accommodate up to one couple. There are no provisions for additional people per suite. (Health codes in most areas require a bed for all people who stay in a rental unit. Therefore, sleeping on a sofa, air mattress or floor is not allowed.)