Residence Inn Downtown Completes $2.5 Million Renovations
With a $2.5 million price tag, Residence Inn Long Beach Downtown completed renovations that transformed its suites to a higher level of comfort. New carpets, windows, and wall coverings were installed to enhance the suites with a fresh look that reflects the calm coastal setting that lies beyond the hotel walls.
To create a sense of home for their guests, old chairs were replaced with softer seating. Sofa beds were also replaced with newer versions that can be used for both downtime relaxation and to sleep a greater number of guests. The lighting was also modernized along with the kitchen tables. For a more seamless flow throughout the hotel, the hallway carpets, wall coverings, and lighting were also replaced.
All suites will continue to feature complimentary Wi-Fi to inspire travelers to have a successful short or long-term stay. Guests will find inspiration in connecting to the internet while keeping up with work in their ergonomic chair or full-size sofa. For the long-term guests, the accommodations also feature fully equipped kitchens with stovetops, full-size refrigerators, microwaves, dishwashers, pots, pans, and cutlery. Weary travelers can unwind atop thick mattresses with plush comforters and cotton-rich linens.
Whether traveling for business, leisure, or as a family, all can take advantage of additional on-site amenities including a complimentary breakfast buffet, serving hot and cold morning favorites as well as energizing coffee options. Open year-round, a sparkling outdoor pool provides for additional refreshments, complemented by a beautiful view of downtown Long Beach across the bay. A well-equipped fitness center, with cardio machines and free weights, is available for the active traveler.
Located on the water, the hotel’s updated suites offer an ideal home base for those exploring Long Beach. From dining at the historic Queen Mary to attending events at The Reef to visiting the Aquarium of the Pacific, fun is only a short walk away